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  • MITx 6.002x: Circuits & Electronics
    s pilot course In this prototype version MITx will not require that you be tested in a testing center or otherwise have your identity certified in order to receive this certificate The course uses the textbook Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits by Anant Agarwal and Jeffrey H Lang Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Elsevier July 2005 While recommended the book is not required relevant sections will be provided electronically as part of the online course for personal use in connection with this course only The copyright for the book is owned by Elsevier The book can be purchased on Amazon Requirements In order to succeed in this course you must have taken an AP level physics course in electricity and magnetism You must know basic calculus and linear algebra and have some background in differential equations Since more advanced mathematics will not show up until the second half of the course the first half of the course will include an optional remedial differential equations component for those who need it The course web site was developed and tested primarily with Google Chrome We support current versions of Mozilla Firefox as well The video player is designed to work with Flash While we provide a partial non Flash fallback for the video as well as partial support for Internet Explorer other browsers and tablets portions of the functionality will be unavailable View 6 002x Circuits Electronics as a guest About the course staff Anant Agarwal Director of MIT s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory CSAIL and a professor of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department at MIT His research focus is in parallel computer architectures and cloud software systems and he is a founder of several successful startups including Tilera a company that produces scalable multicore processors Prof Agarwal

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  • Course Info - MITx 6.002x
    Small Signal Model Clean Annotated S11 Small Signal Circuit Models Clean Annotated S12 Capacitors and First Order Circuits Clean Annotated S13 Inductors and First Order Circuits Clean Annotated S14 Speed of Digital Circuits Clean Annotated S15 Ramps Steps and Impulses Clean Annotated S16 State and Memory Clean Annotated S17 Undamped Second Order Systems Clean Annotated S18 Damped Second Order Systems Clean Annotated S19 Sinusoidal Steady State Clean Annotated S20 The

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  • MITx: MIT's new online learning initiative
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  • MITx: MIT's new online learning initiative
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  • MITx: MIT's new online learning initiative
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  • MITx: MIT's new online learning initiative
    technology enables You are part of the community who will help MITx achieve this goal MITx depends upon your motivation to learn the material and to do so with honesty In order to participate in MITx you must agree to the Honor Code below and any additional terms specific to a class This Honor Code and any additional terms will be posted on each class website MITx Honor Code Pledge By enrolling in an MITx course I agree that I will Complete all mid terms and final exams with my own work and only my own work I will not submit the work of any other person Maintain only one user account and not let anyone else use my username and or password Not engage in any activity that would dishonestly improve my results or improve or hurt the results of others Not post answers to problems that are being used to assess student performance Unless otherwise indicated by the instructor of an MITx course learners on MITx are encouraged to Collaborate with others on the lecture videos exercises homework and labs Discuss with others general concepts and materials in each course Present ideas and written work to fellow MITx

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    technical questions please make sure you are using a current version of Firefox or Chrome and include browser and version in your e mail as well as screenshots or other pertinent details Content related questions content mitx mit edu Bug reports bugs mitx mit edu Suggestions suggestions mitx mit edu Please bear in mind that while we read them we do not expect to have time to respond to all

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  • Staff Listing - MITX 6.002x Wiki - Wiki – MITx 6.002x
    occasionally tutorials Piotr Mitros pm pmitros Tutorials Teaching Assistants Lyla Fischer Lyla Head TA Tiffany Lin tjlin Andrew Okoh okoh SHF Hyesung Park hspark Developers Piotr Mitros Dave Ormsbee dormsbee Chris Terman Ernie Park eipark Kyle Fiedler kylefiedler Reda Lemeden kaishin Calen Pennington cpennington Bridger Maxwell bridger Jean Michel Claus jmclaus Lab Assistants Nathaniel Salazar nsalazar1389 Tony Huang THuang Wegene Tadele wegene Copyright 2012 MIT Some rights reserved Linked In

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