EE 100: Electronic Techniques for Engineering

Electrical Engineering 100: Electronic Techniques for Engineering (Fall 2012, 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 - KCL, KVL, and Thevenin and Norton equivalents; batteries; operational amplifiers; capacitors, general response of the RC circuit; inductors, general response of the RL circuit; phasor analysis; frequency response, filters, Bode plots; and guitar circuits.

Fundamental Concepts

Lecture 02 - Fundamental Concepts: Cell Phone Architecture, Telegraphy, Radio
Lecture 03 - AM Radio, A History of Semiconductors, Integrated Circuits, Computers
Lecture 04 - Units, Charge and Current
Lecture 05 - Motion of Charge, Time Dependence of Current, Voltage, Reference Nodes and Ground
Lecture 06 - Measuring Voltage & Current, Power, Circuit Elements: Independent Sources
Lecture 07 - Circuit Elements: Dependent Sources, Resistive Circuits: Ohm's Law, Conductivity
Lecture 08 - Circuit Topology, Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)
Lecture 09 - Equivalent Circuits, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL), Source Transformation
Lecture 10 - Wye-Delta Transformation
Lecture 11 - Circuit Analysis Techniques: Node-Voltage Method
Lecture 13 - Mesh-Current Method, Supermesh
Lecture 14 - Superposition Procedure
Lecture 15 - Thevenin and Norton Equivalents
Lecture 16 - Maximum Power Transfer, BJT Equivalent Circuit, Digital Inverter with BJTs
Lecture 17 - Batteries
Lecture 18 - Midterm Review
Lecture 20 - Ideal Amplifier, Real Voltage Amplifier, Operational Amplifiers: Equivalent Circuit
Lecture 21 - Op Amps: Feedback, Current Gain, Circuit Analysis, Non-inverting Amplifier
Lecture 22 - Ways to Deal with Op Amp Circuits, Inverting Amplifier
Lecture 23 - Capacitors, Energy Stored in a Capacitor, How does a Capacitor Behave?
Lecture 24 - Capacitors: Transient Response, General Response of the RC Circuit, RC Op-Amp Circuits
Lecture 25 - Capacitor Response, Analysis: Ideal Integrator, Capacitors in Series & Parallel
Lecture 26 - Inductors, Inductor Response, General Response of the RL Circuit
Lecture 27 - Why Phasors?, Phasor Domain, Phasor Relation for RLC, AC Phasor Analysis
Lecture 28 - Review Session
Lecture 29 - AC Phasor Analysis General Procedure and Examples
Lecture 30 - Frequency Response, Example: Low Pass Filter
Lecture 31 - Frequency Analysis Examples: Low Pass Filter, High Pass Filter, Bandpass RLC Filter
Lecture 32 - Frequency Analysis: An RLC Circuit, Transfer Function, Bode Plots
Lecture 33 - Bode Plots (cont.)
Lecture 34 - Bode Plots (cont.)
Lecture 35 - Generate Bode Plots (magnitude and phase), Filters
Lecture 36 - Active Filters
Lecture 38 - Guitar Circuits