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Principles of Electric Circuits: Part 2

Introduction to the real-world application of electric circuits used in cutting-edge technologies. (In Mandarin with English subtitles).

Start Date: Feb 24, 2014 Topics: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, General Engineering

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Course videos are presented in Mandarin with English subtitles. The principles of electric circuits are critical for electrical engineering and computer science students. In this course, we will cover linear and nonlinear resistive circuits, and dynamic circuits in time and phasor domains. In addition to learning critical methods for analyzing circuits, the course will discuss modern circuit elements, such as MOSFETs and Op Amps, used in cutting-edge technologies. This course provides a solid introduction to the real-world application of electric circuits. You will gain a deeper understanding of the important role circuits play in our lives. For the part 2 of the course, dynamic circuits containing capacitors and/or inductors will be the main actors. Plenty of excellent examples will be discussed. 4 2

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  • Dates: Feb 24, 2014
  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: Massive Open Online Course
  • Instructors: Yu Shen, Guiping Zhu, Xiucheng Liu, Wei Zhao, Wenjuan Lu, Xinjie Yu
  • Institution: EdX
  • Topics: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, General Engineering

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