Course contents:
This course offers lecture and experiment classes for circuit theory which is the mainly important and basis of the electrical engineering.
(Lecture class)
Introduction to basic circuit elements (e.g. voltage source, current source, resistor, inductor, capacitor) and lumped constant circuits
Kirchhoff’s laws
Analysis of linear circuit on the basis of linear section of OPAmp
The’venin and Norton Equivalent Circuits and Maximum Power Transfer
Study of transient response, energy storage and emission in time domain through the analysis of RL, RC and RLC circuits
(Experiment class)
Study of principals and handling methods of circuitry and measuring instruments (e.g. oscilloscope, power supply, digital multimeter, etc.)
Design, measurement and analysis of linear circuits related to lectures
Design and manufacture of practical circuit (term project in experiment class)
Objectives:
Establish the ability of designing system, components and fabrication of the electrical circuits by the requirements
Gain an apprehension of some applications of physical phenomena of basic circuitries and electric circuits, and obtain a creative capability for grasping and solving some engineering problems.
Understand the principle of components of electric circuits; develop an engineering skill practicable to a novel experiment and system design.
Strengthen the effective communication skills  i.e. logical expertise, oral presentation argumentation method, etc.
Teamwork training by the experiment class and term project
Expectations:
Basic knowledge establishment of lumped constant circuit
Understanding of basic circuit elements and linear circuit
Comprehension of linear circuits and circuit analyses
Understanding of principals and handling of practical circuit instruments
Understanding of fundamental practical circuits by experiment course  i.e. design, manufacture and measurement
Assessment:
Midterms and Finals, Lecture (75%) and Experiment class (25 %)
Course Failure (Absence without leave over 7 times)
Prerequisite:
Engineering Mathematics I(Understanding of differential equations)
