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ETEC 162 - AC and Linear Electronics



6.0 Credits
Basics of AC and linear circuits. Includes components covered in DC quarter, RC circuits, inductors, filters, diodes, power supplies, transistors and operational amplifiers. Testing and troubleshooting circuits where voltage changes over time. Practice using DMM and oscilloscope.
Prerequisite ETEC 161 or instructor permission.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Analyze, test, and troubleshoot an RC circuit.
  2. Construct, analyze, and test a variety of passive filter circuits.
  3. Analyze, test, and troubleshoot AC resistive circuits.
  4. Analyze, test, and troubleshoot transistor circuits with a split power supply.
  5. Explain the difference between direct current and alternating current.
  6. Describe the effect of frequency on an RC circuit.
  7. Use a function generator to create AC waveforms and an oscilloscope to display them.



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