Class Meeting Schedule
- Lecture: MWF, 2:30 - 3:20 pm
- Lectures meet in MK404
- Lab experiments occur in MK333
- Attendance is required in all lectures and scheduled lab times
- Professor Daniel Costinett
- Email: ude.ktu@ttenitsoC.leinaD
- Please use [ECE202] in the subject line for all course-related e-mails.
- Office: MK504
- Office Hours: T 2:30-4:00pm, W 3:30-5:00pm, or by appointment
- TAs: Jingjing Sun and Chris Briere
- Email: ude.ktu.slov@03nusj
- Email: ude.ktu.slov@ereirbc
- Lab: MK333
- Lab Hours: Lab Schedule
- No late work will be accepted except in cases of documented medical emergences.
- Collaboration is encouraged on all assignments except quizzes and exams.
- Assignments will be due in lecture on the day listed in the course schedule. The assignment is due prior to the start of the scheduled period.
- All written assignments will be submitted through Canvas
- Homework: 20%
- Quizzes: 10%
- Midterms: 30%
- Labs: 15%
- Final: 25%
- Grading Scale
|≥92.5%||92.5% to 90%||90% to 87.5%||87.5% to 82.5%||82.5% to 80%||80% to 77.5%|
|77.5% to 72.5%||72.5% to 70%||70% to 67.5%||67.5% to 62.5%||62.5% to 60%||<60%|
- The course will have approximately 13 homework assignments, 5 quizzes, 3 labs, 2 midterm exams, and one final exam.
- As of 3/16, the course has been moved to online delivery for the remainder of the semester. Updates to the assignment policy are shown in red text
- The one (1) lowest homework score will be dropped and will not count towards the final grade
- You are welcome to work collaboratively on homework assignments, but must submit your own work
- All homework assignments will be submitted prior to the start of lecture through Canvas as a pdf. A physical copy may be submitted prior to the start of lecture for a 5% grade penalty
- All quizzes are
in-class,open-book, open-note, and a calculator may be used. No collaboration is allowed.
- Quizzes will be assigned along with homework problems.
- All labs will count towards the final grade
Prelab assignments are due prior to the assigned lab time through Canvas as a pdf. A physical copy may be submitted at the start of the lab time for a 5% grade penalty Labwork will be completed in groups of 2-3. Every individual must turn in their own prelab and lab report. One report is turned in per group [Updated 2/12]
- Lab reports should be clear, concise, and complete. Lab reports are submitted through Canvas as a pdf
- Labs will not have a prelab. Labs will be completed individually, using LTSpice and MATLAB.
- All exams will count towards the final grade
- All exams are open-book, open-note, and a calculator may be used. No collaboration is allowed.
- Exams will be one-week long. You may not use any internet resources other than the course webpage and digital copy of the textbook. MATLAB and LTSpice may be used but credit will not be given for solely simulation-based answers unless otherwise indicated in the exam.
- Hayt, Kemmerly, Phillips, and Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis 9th Edition; ISBN : 0073545511
- Available at UT bookstore or through online retailers
Additional notices for all students
- If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit a letter from Disability Services in a timely manner so that your needs may be addressed. Disability Services determines accommodations based on documented disabilities. (865-974-6087, 2227 Dunford Hall).
- Every effort will be made to reasonably and fairly deal with students who have serious religious observances that conflict with scheduled exams, assignments, etc. Please notify the instructor well in advance, so that there is time to make adequate arrangements.
- All students of the University of Tennessee are responsible for knowing and adhering to the academic integrity policy of this institution. Violations of this policy may include: cheating, plagiarism, aid of academic dishonesty, fabrication, lying, bribery, and threatening behavior. All incidents of academic misconduct shall be reported. Students who are found to be in violation of the academic integrity policy will be subject to both academic sanctions from the faculty member and non-academic sanctions (including but not limited to university probation, suspension, or expulsion). For further information, please refer to the university Standards of Conduct and the academic policies and procedures, present in hilltopics
- Magnetically Coupled Circuits
- Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
- AC Circuit Power Analysis
- Circuit An Analysis in the s-Domain
- Frequency Response
- Two-Port Networks
- Fourier Circuit Analysis
- Polyphase Circuits