This course is meant to reinforce a good understanding of the fundamentals of electrical engineering through practical applications. Starting from Ohm’s law, and the Kirchhoff’s laws, basic analysis techniques are taught. Important laws of circuit analysis are explained using passive circuit elements.


CLO: 1. Illustrate knowledge of primary electronic lab instruments including DMM, Function Generator, Oscilloscope and electronic trainer (Level: P2)
CLO: 2. Show knowledge of constructing electronic circuits and simulating their results using PSPICE (Level: C3)
CLO: 3. Design a basic electronic circuit and investigate effect of different changes on the final outcome (Level: C6)


  1. Introduction and Overview of lab Instrument and Equipment
  2. Designing of Series and parallel circuits
  3. Verification of Ohm’s Law
  4. Verification of Kirchhoff’s voltage and current law
  5. Application of Superposition theorem to resistive circuits
  6. Application of Thevenin Theorem to resistive circuits
  7. Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
  8. Visualization of AC signal and its measurements
  9. Introduction to PSPICE
  10. Transient Analysis using PSPICE
  11. AC analysis using PSpice
  12. RC Circuit and Filter