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2 Detailed Design As the function and principles of operation of the system or subsystems are known from the top-level design, the detailed circuitry or software can be designed. The detailed design will produce the final circuits at the level of components and devices and their connections. The designer must consider all aspects affecting the system such as speed of operation, power dissipation, time taken to complete the design and realization, and testability. The designer must be aware of all the significant factors affecting the performance of the design and needs to have a good knowledge of the variation of parameters of fabricated devices.

1 Circuit The path required to allow electrons to move to fulfill condition 1. This path will generate what is known as the electric circuit. 2 Electromotive Force The driven stimulus required to fulfill condition 2 is known as the electromotive force (emf). Each time a charge passes through the source energy provided by the emf the continuous current flow is maintained. 3 Source An element that provides electrical energy supplied to a circuit is termed a source. The emf in a circuit is provided by source energy such as a battery or a generator and is measured in volts.

5 PASSIVE COMPONENTS: RESISTANCE, INDUCTANCE, AND CAPACITANCE Passive components in an electric circuit are components that do not add energy to the circuit. They usually dissipate or transform energy. There are different types of passive components according to their relationship between their voltages and currents. The potential difference (V) across the terminals of circuit component is proportional to the current (I) flowing between them. V proportional to I This proportionality varies for different components.

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