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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sine Wave, Short Circuit, Farad

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4 Apr 2017
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When we use dc, the flow of current is in only one direction. With ac, the direction changes from positive to negative in a sinusoidal fashion. Power g
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Frequency Response, Cutoff Frequency, Bode Plot

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11 Apr 2017
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A capacitor looks like a resistor to low frequencies, becoming infinite as the frequency tends to zero. To high frequencies, the capacitor looks like a
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Farad, Bode Plot, Electric Field

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6 Apr 2017
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Rlc Circuit, Electrical Network, Cutoff Frequency

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13 Apr 2017
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We"ll call this the area of interest or center frequency: band pass filters can be made by linking hp and lp filters in series. Inductors: we"ve alread
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture 5: Resonance

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14 Feb 2017
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Electrical Network, Electric Light, Inert Gas

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21 Mar 2017
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=(cid:1858: as you heat an object up, it emits light. The higher the temperature the brighter the light. The brighter the light, the higher the frequen
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Sine Wave, The Diodes, Covalent Bond

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27 Apr 2017
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Lecture 21: electric guitars: the potentiometer is a resistor with a user-adjustable amount of resistance, the minimum and maximum resistance values ar
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture 15: Electric Circuits Notes Continued

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30 Mar 2017
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The voltage drop between b and c is (greater than, equal to, or less than) the voltage drop between j and k. greater than. The voltage drop between b a
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Differential Signaling, A Reminder, Dielectric

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4 May 2017
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Lecture 23: diods and transistors: semiconductors are solids that form a crystal. Meaning that the atoms are in a periodic arrangement. Here we see a s
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Thermionic Emission, Vacuum Tube, Fullerton, California

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25 Apr 2017
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It simply states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. It also means that you can"t construct a device that will input a small amount of energy a
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture 13: Electric Circuits

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28 Mar 2017
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SBUESE 121Jan FolksonSpring

ESE 121 Lecture 9: Electricity

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28 Feb 2017
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