Welcome to EE 42
|Lecture:||Tu-Th 3:30-5:00 100 Lewis|
|Professor:||Richard M. White
|Office Hours:||Wednesday, 2-3PM in 491 Cory Hall|
|Text:||Hamblay, "Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications", 3rd Ed.|
EE 42 (and EE 43) serve as an introduction to the principles of Electrical Engineering, using electronic devices to communicate, solve problems, and manipulate our environment. EE 42 will start with basic concepts about charges and currents, develop devices such as circuits to translate design concepts into reality, and study some high level applications including logic circuits, amplifiers, power supplies, and communication links.
The grading for the course will be based on homework (8%), two midterms (21% each), a final exam (50%).
Homework must be done by each student individually, but collaboration is highly encouraged. In other words, work together to understand the material, ask questions, and teach each other, but do the actual work for each problem yourself. Do not allow others to copy your homework sets.