Downloads for Circuit Analysis & Design I




circuit analysis and design

Course Description:  The video course introduces the analysis and design of linear circuits.  The course covers the relationship of voltage, current, resistance and power such as Ohm's Laws.  Analytical techniques and constraints include:  Kirchoff's Voltage Law (KVL),  Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL), Node Voltage, Mesh Currents, Superposition, Thevenin and Norton Equivalent.  After learning the analytical techniques, the student will apply them to real-world devices such as transistors and operational amplifiers. 

Reviewing the videos will  supplement the course material  taught in your classroom. 

  • You'll Gain Confidence in analyzing, designing and solving circuit problems
  • Lessons arranged sequentially for logical development
  • Lessons provide an opportunity to make sense on difficult topics and eliminate the source of frustration
  • Build a foundation to prepare for future courses in electronic circuits
    • Future online course in Circuit Analysis & Design II will include how to solve complex circuits with resistors, capacitors and inductors.
  • Apply what you learn to analyze and investigate how transistors and operational amplifiers work.


Introduction to Circuit Analysis

Video Module 1 - Introduction.  The module covers and reviews symbols, units and variables.

Sample Video 1 - Introduction (from Module 1) 

Module 1 | Module 2 | Module 3 | Module 4



Video Module 2 - Basic Circuit Analysis.  The module starts off with a discussion of element constraints and then connection constraints.  These constraints are then combined to analyze circuits.  Equivalent circuits, voltage and current division are then discussed as well as circuit reduction.

Sample Video 2 - Basic Circuit Analysis (from Module 2)

Module 1 | Module 2 | Module 3 | Module 4



Video Module 3 - Circuit Analysis Techniques. This important module will advance you to generic methods when analyzing linear circuits.  The analytical concepts will give you new insight the behavior of circuits.  You will also begin with an introduction to interface circuits.    The advance concepts include:  node-voltage analysis, mesh-current analysis, linearity properties, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, maximum signal transfer and interface circuit design.

Sample Video 3 - Circuit Nodal Analysis - Introduction - Part 1 (found in Learning Module 3)

Module 1 | Module 2 | Module 3 | Module 4

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If  this is a new topic for you, the series of videos found in Modules 1 and 2 should be viewed & understood to fully understand the sample video Module 3.  Module 1 is an introduction to the circuit variables and Module 2 covers Basic Circuit Analysis.



Video Module 4 - Active Circuits.  The module is not only important to electrical engineering but to other engineering disciplines as well.  An introduction to modern electronic devices and how they are modeled is given.  This discussion will be useful when you start designing OP AMP circuits that conditions the signals (e.g. amplification and level shifting) for instrumentation systems.  You will have a chance to evaluate alternative design using criteria such as the minimum parts count

Sample Video 4- Operational Amplifier Tutorial - Basic Op Amp - Part 1 (found in Learning Module 4)

Module 1 | Module 2 | Module 3 | Module 4

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If the op amp video sample is a new topic for you, the series of videos found in Module 3 should be viewed and understood to fully understand this sample video of Module 4.  Module 3 covers circuit analysis techniques

The content based on the above videos are difficult topics for most beginning students.  So...

  • Stop staring at the static textbook and interact with multimedia's the next best thing to being there when you can't attend a class for any reason
  • Clear the technical mystery covered in class and review videos to reduce or eliminate anxiety and frustration before an exam 
  • Not all the videos are posted on YouTube in a single channel or at other video websites.
    • Student-Friendly Service and Navigation found in Freedom University (TM) provide a convenient and logical sequence to the video content for the student...saving time and frustration in looking for specific videos. 
  • Includes selected lesson notes used in the videos when you want to focus on traditionally difficult topics what is being presented and review videos often.


 What Does The Course Layout Look Like?

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Below is a more detailed layout of the course content The links shown below are password protected:

 Module 1 - Introduction

Module 2 - Basic Circuit Analysis

Module 3 – Circuit Analysis Techniques

Module 4 – Active Circuits


  • Fully-packed content is equivalent to a $1700 college course
  • Great value when compared to a personal tutor earning  $50/hour
  • Over 10 hours of total instruction broken into 2 to 10 minute, bite-sized video clips
  • Save valuable time in searching for the logical sequence of videos
  • That's about $2 to $5 per hour depending on which option you choose and  your time-sensitive needs
  • Step-by-Step Videos  to accelerate your learning process

Once you decide to purchase the files of Circuit Analysis and Design I,  each module you will download will require password codes.  To get your codes, you will need to  contact Professor Santiago at  with your Paypal receipt attached to your email once you complete step 2 beow.

Professor Santiago will email your codes within 24 to 48 hours if not sooner.

 As shown below, since this is over ten hours of instruction, the download files are large and will take some time to download depending on your connection.

Video Module 1 (78 Megabytes)

Video Module 2 (212 Megabytes)

Video Module 3 (301 Megabytes)

Video Module 4 (345 Megabytes)



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circuit analysis and design

Contact  Dr J at if you prefer to have custom-made DVDs.

Circuit Analysis and Design plus Differential Equations

For example, the above photo shows a custom-made DVD product consisting of 20 hours of videos on Circuit Design and Analysis plus Differential Equations.  The content consists of a total of 10 software-video ebooks. 

You can also purchase separate modules individually for each course: 

1.  Circuit Analysis and Design I consist of four video learning modules

2.  Differential Equations I  consists of six video learning modules