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ETE 115 - Fundamentals of Alternating Current Electronics


(Formerly ELT 130B). This is a basic course to introduce students to the many uses of alternating current. Students will learn how to use transformers, function generators and the oscilloscope in testing A.C. circuits built in lab. Students will also learn A.C. concepts including reactance, resonance, tuning, AC to DC conversion, isolation and safety.
Prerequisite(s): None
Corequisite(s): ETE 110  
2 credits , plus 1 contact hour = 1.5 lecture , 1.5 laboratory
GA with ETE 110 and ETE 120



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