6.002 | Spring 2007 | Undergraduate

Circuits and Electronics

Lecture Notes

This section contains lecture notes from the Fall 2000 version of the course. These notes can also be found in the Video Lectures section, under the Related Resources tab for each video. Demonstration handouts can be found there as well.

Notes for Lecture 24 are not available.

1 Introduction and lumped abstraction (PDF)
2 Basic circuit analysis method (PDF)
3 Superposition, Thévenin and Norton (PDF)
4 The digital abstraction (PDF)
5 Inside the digital gate (PDF)
6 Nonlinear analysis (PDF)
7 Incremental analysis (PDF)
8 Dependent sources and amplifiers (PDF)
9 MOSFET amplifier large signal analysis


10 Amplifiers - small signal model (PDF)
11 Small signal circuits (PDF)
12 Capacitors and first-order systems (PDF)
13 Digital circuit speed (PDF)
14 State and memory (PDF)
15 Second-order systems



16 Sinusoidal steady state (PDF)
17 The impedance model (PDF)
18 Filters (PDF)
19 The operational amplifier abstraction (PDF)
20 Operational amplifier circuits (PDF)
21 Op-amps positive feedback (PDF)
22 Energy and power (PDF)
23 Energy, CMOS (PDF)
24 Power conversion circuits and diodes  
25 Violating the abstraction barrier (PDF)

Course Info

As Taught In
Spring 2007
Learning Resource Types
Lecture Videos
Problem Sets