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Course Edit

This page is for the course ELEC1111 - Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering. The course is typically taken during session 2 by first years as an introduction to circuits and analysis.

Overview Edit

An introduction to the art and science of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, and the systems approach to engineering design. Examples of electrical and electronic devices, circuits and analogue and digital systems. Analogue circuit analysis. Digital electronics and combinatorial logic. Transformers, power sources and electrical energy systems including DC and AC motors. Feedback control. Telecommunications systems, including frequency, spectra, modulation and Internet systems. Safety standards.
-- UNSW Handbook 2009

Prerequisites Edit

Students undertaking this course are not subject to pre-requisites but it is expected that the course be taken in conjunction with standard first year engineering courses.

Resources Edit

Everything an electrical engineer needs to know about electricity


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