EE 100: Electronic Techniques for Engineering
Electrical Engineering 100: Electronic Techniques for Engineering (Fall 2011, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Vivek Subramanian. This course serves as an introduction to the principles of electrical engineering,
starting from the basic concepts of voltage and current and circuit elements of resistors, capacitors, and inductors. Topics covered in this course include: the fundamental concepts of electrical engineering; circuit analysis
techniques  Kirchhoff's Current Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, and Thevenin and Norton equivalents; operational amplifiers; capacitors; inductors; phasor analysis; frequency response, filters, Bode plots; and the basic concepts of
digital circuits such as combinational logic, timing diagram, flip flops and finite state machines.
Lecture 07  NodeVoltage Method, MeshCurrent Method, Nodal Analysis by Inspection 

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Lecture 01  Fundamental Concepts: Cell Phone Architecture, Telegraphy, Radio, Semiconductors 
Lecture 02  Integrated Circuit, Computers, Units, Charge and Current 
Lecture 03  Voltage, Measuring Voltage & Current, Power, Circuit Elements: Sources 
Lecture 04  Resistive Circuits: Ohm's Law, Conductivity, Circuit Topology, Kirchhoff's Current Law 
Lecture 05  Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, Equivalent Circuits, Source Transformation, WyeDelta Transformation 
Lecture 06  Circuit Analysis Techniques: NodeVoltage Method, Supernodes 
Lecture 07  NodeVoltage Method, MeshCurrent Method, Supermesh, Nodal Analysis by Inspection 
Lecture 08  Nodal Analysis by Inspection, Mesh by Inspection, Superposition, Thevenin & Norton Equivalents 
Lecture 09  Thevenin & Norton Equivalents, Maximum Power Transfer, The Wheatstone Bridge, BJTs 
Lecture 10  Semiconductor Device Fabrication (Audio Only) 
Lecture 11  Ideal Voltage Amplifiers, Real Voltage Amplifier, Operational Amplifiers 
Lecture 12  Op Amps: Gain, Equivalent Circuit, Feedback, Circuit Analysis with Ideal Op Amps 
Lecture 13  Digital to Analog Converter, MOSFET, RL and RC Circuits: Transient Response 
Lecture 14  Capacitors, Capacitor Response, Capacitor IV Relationship 
Lecture 15  Inductors, Inductor Response, Linear Circuits at AC, Phasor, AC Phasor Analysis 
Lecture 16  AC Phasor Analysis, Impedance and Admittance, Power Supply Circuit 
Lecture 17  Smoothing RC Filter, Complete Power Supply 
Lecture 18  Frequency Response: Transfer Function, Filters, RC Filter, Resonance, RL Filter, Bode Plots 
Lecture 19  Bode Plots, Bode Factors, Frequency Selective Filters 
Lecture 20  Frequency Selective Filters, Active Filters, Audio Effects: Guitar Circuits 
Lecture 21  Digital Circuits: A Quick History, Digital Hardware, Combinational Logic 
Lecture 22  2Variable Logic Functions, Waveform View, Timing Diagram, Logic Gates, RS Latch 
Lecture 23  Clocks, D Flip Flop, Registers, Counters, Finite State Machines 
Lecture 24  Shift Register as FSMs, Vending Machine 