Electronic Principles

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Glencoe, 1993 - Electronics - 959 pages
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Designed for use in courses such as electronic devices or electronic circuits, this edition features a new chapter on communication circuits, as well as performance objectives for each chapter. New material provides a stronger theoretical understanding of electronics. In addition, special sections called T-shooters, designed to strengthen students' trouble-shooting skills, are included throughout the text. The content of the work has also been updated to keep coverage in step with the fast-changing world of electronics.

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This is not the usual boring/complicated book of "how-I-wont-understand-semiconductors-ever". The book gives you an excellent understanding about the principles of electronics. Each chapter explains certain theories very clearly. There are several examples embedded to the lecture, and each solution is explained to the details.
The book requires only a very basic understanding of the circuits (what is current, voltage, resistor etc)
Overall this is a fantastic book if you want to understand semiconductors or even if you just want to refresh your knowledge.
 

Contents

DIODE THEORY 46
3
BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS
141
TRANSISTOR FUNDAMENTALS
178
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