Summer 2021 Courses

This page shows all courses which were offered during Summer Session 2021. We hope to have the Summer Session 2022 course list available soon.

2001. Electrical Circuits

4.00 credits

Prerequisites: MATH 2410Q or 2143Q and either PHYS 1402Q or 1502Q or 1602Q or 1230 or 1530, both of which may be taken concurrently. Not open for credit to students who have passed ECE 2000.

Grading Basis: Graded

Analysis of electrical networks incorporating passive and active elements. Basic laws and techniques of analysis. Transient and forced response of linear circuits. AC steady state power and three-phase circuits. Periodic excitation and frequency response. Computer analysis tools. Design projects are implemented and tested in the laboratory. Laboratory reports are required for each project.


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Session Campus Term Class Number Instruction Mode Instructor Section Schedule Location Enrollment Notes
AS1 Storrs Summer 2021 1039 Online Ayers, John 70 No Room Required - Online 31/28 Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook, a component kit, a protoyping board, a digital multimeter, and an Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000). All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. The Active Learning Module is specific to the online course and adds a cost of approximately $160. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in on-line exams (four preliminary exams and a final exam) which will be administered using the ProctorU online proctoring service. These exams will be given on Friday evenings starting at 6 pm with the exception of the first week of the term. The dates of the exams will be: June 11, June 18, June 25, July 1, and July 9. I will be available weekly on Collaborate Ultra for office hours and to answer questions about experimentation. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece2001. Textbook(s): J. W. Nilsson and S. A. Riedel, Electric Circuits, 11th Edition (New York: Pearson, 2019). To view the syllabus visit this url;
Syllabus
AS1 Storrs Summer 2021 1040 Online Ayers, John 70L No Room Required - Online 31/28 Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook, a component kit, a protoyping board, a digital multimeter, and an Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000). All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. The Active Learning Module is specific to the online course and adds a cost of approximately $160. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in on-line exams (four preliminary exams and a final exam) which will be administered using the ProctorU online proctoring service. These exams will be given on Friday evenings starting at 6 pm with the exception of the first week of the term. The dates of the exams will be: June 11, June 18, June 25, July 1, and July 9. I will be available weekly on Collaborate Ultra for office hours and to answer questions about experimentation. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece2001. Textbook(s): J. W. Nilsson and S. A. Riedel, Electric Circuits, 11th Edition (New York: Pearson, 2019). To view the syllabus visit this url;
Syllabus