An introduction to modern electronics
Offers a complete grounding in the principles and techniques of modern electronics. Designed to provide even beginning students with the knowledge and skills necessary for building useful and interesting circuits either in a laboratory situation or on their own. Concentrates on techniques and devices currently used in modern equipment and special attention is paid to the basic ideas and techniques used with important types of circuits. A substantial portion of the book is devoted to explaining the vocabulary and information presented in data sheets for these circuits. By instructing students in these techniques and familiarizing them with the ins-and-outs of electronic literature, it provides a sound introduction to the field and a means of keeping up with its extremely rapid changes.
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ammeter analog basic binary bits Bode plot capacitor Chapter circuit analysis circuit in Figure circuit shown clock pulse CMOS common complex counter cuit current flowing current sources data sheets device differential diode discussed electronics emitter equations equivalent example F F F F T F feedback FlGURE flip-flop frequency galvanometer gate given graph High inductor input impedance input offset input voltage integrated circuit J-K flip-flop linear lines load logic families loop gain measured memory meter n-type n-type semiconductor NAND negative noninverting Norton's theorem op-amp op-amp circuits operational amplifier oscillator oscilloscope output voltage parameters plot power supply problem resistance resistor resonant result schematic symbol scope semiconductor shown in Figure signal simple specifications switch theorem Thevenin's Thevenin's theorem tion transistor trigger truth table typical voltage divider voltage drop voltage source voltage-current voltages and currents voltmeter wire zero