Upon the successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Learn how to develop and employ circuit models for elementary electronic components, e.g., resistors, sources;
- Become adept at using various methods of circuit analysis, including simplified methods such as series-parallel reductions, voltage and current dividers, and the node method;
- Appreciate the consequences of linearity, in particular the principle of superposition and Thevenin-Norton equivalent circuits;
- Gain an intuitive understanding of the role of power flow and energy storage in electronic circuits;
- Acquire experience in building and troubleshooting simple electronic analog and digital circuits.