Electronics Technology Fundamentals: Conventional Flow Version
Pearson Prentice Hall, Sep 1, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 1021 pages
Electronic Technology Fundamentals, Conventional Flow 3e was written to fulfill the need to address the constant development of new applications and technologies within a single text that presents the fundamentals of electronics (dc circuits, ac circuits, and devices). This unique text provides complete and concise coverage of the fundamentals of electronics without redundant examples and the equation derivations that take up so much space in traditional books. With an emphasis on component and circuit operation, analysis, applications, and testing, this text thoroughly explores the foundation of dc circuits, ac circuits, discrete electronic devices and op-amps in a narrative that students can understand. Many of today's basic electronics textbooks provide in-depth coverage of dc and ac circuits, but little more than introductory-level coverage of electronic devices and circuits. Unlike these books, Electronics Technology Fundamentals, Conventional Flow, 3e covers electronic devices and circuits as thoroughly as it does dc and ac circuits, making it the most comprehensive electronics fundamentals textbook on the market.
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Basic DC Principles and Circuits
Components and Circuit Measurements
Ohms Law and Power
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amplifier applied bias biased Calculate the value capacitance capacitor Chapter characteristics circuit current circuit in Figure circuit shown connected curve cutoff frequency decrease Describe Determine the value device diode electrons emitter equal equation equivalent circuit feedback flux following values high-pass filter illustrated in Figure increase inductance inductor input voltage JFET junction load resistance load voltage low-pass filter magnetic magnitude maximum measured MOSFET negative Note OBJECTIVE Ohm's law op-amp operating frequency oscillator output voltage parallel circuit peak phase angle polarity positive potentiometer power supply Practice Problem ratio RC circuit reactance rectifier resistor reverse Section Review series circuit series RC circuit series RL shown in Figure sine wave Solution source voltage switch transistor trigger voltage divider voltage gain voltage source waveform waveform shown zener zener diode