Mastering Solid-State Amplifiers

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TAB Books, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 286 pages
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This text aims to provide the necessary theory and the practical hands-on experiments and projects that allow the reader to understand the subject of solid state amplifiers. Actual real-world components which are easily available are used, and the book is aimed at the broadest segment of the electronics book-buying market - the intermediate-level hobbyist and student. The book also contains important information on electrical safety.

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Contents

Electronic workbench skills
5
Electrical conductors insulators and semiconductors
21
pn junction diodes
55
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About the author (1992)

Joseph J. Carr is a leading electronics author who has written scores of well-reviewed books and technical articles. An electrical engineer and experienced electronics bench technician with CET and CCE certifications, Carr is a former winner of ISCET's Technician of the Year award. Also a columnist for several prestigious publications, including Nuts 'n' Volts, Carr's other best-selling books include DC Power Supplies: A Technician's Guide; Practical Antenna Handbook, Second Edition; Mastering IC Electronics; and Old Time Radios!

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