Having successfully completed this course, the student will be able to:

- Transform a circuit to frequency domain using phasor concepts and apply circuit analysis techniques (node-voltages method, mesh-currents method, source transformations, Thevenin and Norton conversions, and superposition) to determine the sinusoidal steady state response.
- Calculate instantaneous power, average power, reactive power, complex power and power factor in a circuit, and analyze the loading requirements for a circuit for maximum power transfer.
- Identify and analyze mutual inductance circuits, ideal and linear transformers together with power calculations.
- Identify and analyze balanced three-phase circuits together with power calculations.
- Transform a circuit to frequency domain using Laplace transform (LT) and apply LT techniques for circuit analysis to determine the transient and steady state responses; identify transfer functions, magnitude and frequency response of transfer functions.
- Identify ideal filters, cutoff frequency, gain, and transition width concepts of filters; obtain frequency response of passive filters; design and test passive filters.
- Obtain frequency response of opamp based active filters; design and test active filters.
- Calculate two-port parameters and analyze terminated two-port circuits.