Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Bipolar transistors - 950 pages
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A standard text for nearly a quarter-century (first edition, 1972), divided generally into two main components: the dc analysis and the ac or frequency response. This revised edition (5th, 1992) continues to be driven by the growing use of computer software, packaged IC units, and the expanded range

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The inspiration for this one-of-a-kind text grew from Bob Boylestad's desire to provide students with a comprehensive learning tool that hones in on the most important circuit analysis concepts in an exciting and fresh manner. This same vision has resulted in a completely new publishing endeavor by the author and Prentice Hall--a text that delivers all of the essential knowledge a student should carry away from an introductory DC/AC circuits course in one concise, practical, engaging volume. Ancillaries written for this text include:

  • "Experiments in Circuit Analysis," a lab manual
  • Lab Solutions Manual
  • Text Solutions Manual
  • Prentice Hall TestGen, a computerized test bank
  • PowerPoint(R) Transparencies
  • "Companion Website," http: //www.prenhall.com/boylestad
  • "Electronics Supersite," http: //www.prenhall.com/electronics

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