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F-2009 | Engr 240

Instructor:   Professor Arlen Planting
Office:   ET 227
Phone:   (208)426-4826
Office hours:   Mon/Wed/Fri, 10:00am – 11:00am or by appointment
Contact Info.: by email:


Course Syllabus: pdf

Credit Hours: 3 (Engr 240)

Time and Place: MWF 11:40 am to 12:30 pm, MEC114

Prerequisites: Engr 120 or CE 120, and PHYS 212. Coreq: MATH 333.

Description (from catalog):
A concise overview of the basic concepts, methods, and tools employed in the broad field of electrical and electronic engineering. Provides a foundation for use throughout a career in engineering or science to understand, analyze, and improve systems that incorporate electronic circuits or electrical machinery/equipment. Basic circuit theory, analog & digital electronic components/circuits, communication circuits, power distribution circuits, and AC/DC machines.

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