ECE 2040: Circuit Analysis

ECE 2040: Circuit Analysis

WELCOME to the ECE2040: Circuit Analysis website for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.

This site contains supplemental material for students currently enrolled in ECE2040. Additionally, the site is open to the community as a resource for learning about basic circuit elements and circuit analysis. The site includes video lectures, problem solving videos, solved problems, in-class and out-of-class laboratory modules, and other student/faculty resources.

Circuit Analysis is a core course for ECE students at Georgia Institute of Technology. The course is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to master the analysis of linear circuits. In the course students are taught various analytical methodologies for solving electric circuits. These methodologies are used to analyze DC circuits, switched circuits, and AC circuits containing resistors, operational amplifiers, capacitors, inductors, and coupled inductors (i.e., transformers). The course includes hands-on laboratory modules based on the NI MyDAQ platform. The laboratory modules have been designed to be 50 minutes in length for use as in-class laboratory modules or out-of-class laboratory modules.