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Lesson 1: Ohm's Law 
This lesson introduces the concept of Ohm's Law.   
By the end of this lesson you will be able to: 
      Calculate current and charge.
      Apply Ohm's Law.
Lesson 2: Power & Energy
This lesson introduces the concepts of Power and Energy and includes a review of Ohm's Law. By the end of this lesson you will be able to calculate power and energy and to utilize Ohm's Law.
Lesson 3: Kirchoff’s Laws
This lesson introduces the concepts of Kirchoff's Laws.By the end of this lesson you will be able to solve simple circuit problems using Kirchoff's Laws.
Lesson 4: Resistors in Series 
This lesson introduces some handy short-cuts when dealing with resistors in series. The Voltage Divider Rule is also explained.By the end of this lesson you will be able to calculate the equivalent resistance for several resistors in series and to utilize the Voltage Divider Rule.
Lesson 5: Resistors in Parallel 
This lesson introduces some handy short-cuts when dealing with resistors in parallel. The Current Divider Rule is also explained.By the end of this lesson you will be able to calculate the equivalent resistance for several resistors in parallel and to utilize the Current Divider Rule.
Lesson 6: Node Analysis
This lesson introduces Node Analysisa very powerful method for circuit analysis.  By the end of this lesson you will be able to analyze circuits using the Node method.
Lesson 7: Mesh Analysis
This lesson introduces Mesh Analysisanother powerful method for circuit analysis.  By the end of this lesson you will be able to analyze circuits using the Mesh method.
Lesson 8: Superposition
This lesson introduces Superpositiona novel method for analyzing circuits with multiple sources.  By the end of this lesson you will be able to analyze circuits using the Superposition method.
Lesson 9: Thevenin & Norton
This lesson introduces Thevenin & Norton Circuits still another method for circuit analysis using equivalent circuits.   By the end of this lesson you will be able to find Thevenin & Norton equivalent Circuits and use these equivalent circuits to simplify circuit analysis.
Lesson 10: Diodes
This lesson introduces Semiconductors: an overview of diodes from a circuit designer's viewpoint.  By the end of this lesson you will be able to analyze circuits containing several types of diodes.
Lesson 11: Transistors
This lesson introduces Semiconductors: an overview of transistors from a circuit designer's viewpoint.
By the end of this lesson you will be able to analyze circuits containing diodes and transistors. The climax of this lesson set is the analysis of a transistor amplifier circuit.
Lesson 12: Capacitors coming soon
Lesson 13: Inductors coming soon

 

 
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