ECEN 2260 - Circuits as Systems
Kelvin Wagner, Fall 2015
Course Description and Requirements
- Class: MWF 9-9:50 am, ECEE 1B32
- Instructor: Professor Kelvin Wagner
- office: ECEN 232, inside OCS center
- phone: 303-492-4661
- Fax: 303-492-2758
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office Hours: TBD-
- Text: Roland E. Thomas, Albert J. Rosa and Gregory J.
Toussaint, The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits,
7th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2012, ISBN
- Prerequisites: ECEN 2250, Circuits/Electronics 1.
- Corequisites: APPM 2350, Calculus 3 for Engineers.
- Credit Hours: 3
- Homework (~20%): Weekly, usually due on Fridays at
the beginning of class. Only 1-2 problems, selected at
random, will be graded.
- Quizes (~10%): Approx. weekly (on reading
assignments, previous lectures, homeworks, etc). Closed
book, closed notes.
- Exam 1 (~15%): about Mon. Oct 5. covering Ch 9-10
- Exam 2 (~15%): Most likely between Oct 30-Nov 6. Covering Ch 11-12
- Final Exam (~25%), according to
Final Exam Schedule: Monday Dec 14 2015, 4:30 - 7:00PM
References and Info
Link to planned schedule sched.pdf
Fourier Transform Table and Properties pdf
Prior Exams from Circuits and Systems for Practice
Solutions to Exams
Graphical interpretation of the S-plane used in Laplace transforms .
From P. Kraniauskas, Transforms in Signals and Systems, Addison-Wesley, 1992
- If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability,
please submit to me a letter from Disability Services in a
timely manner so that your needs may be addressed. Disability
Services determines accommodations based on documented
disabilities. (303-492-8671, Willard 322)
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students who have serious religious observances that conflict
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Professional courtesy and sensitivity are especially important
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K. Wagner Last revised: 8-19-15