## Electronics technology fundamentals: electron flow versionElectronics Technology Fundamentals is a complete introduction to the increasingly complex study of electronics. This text presents do circuits, ac circuits, and devices in one condensed, easy-to-read volume, allowing these fundamentals to be covered in less time than required by "traditional" texts. Hailed by instructors as "an excellent, innovative approach" to teaching the fundamentals, the text presents all of the same vital information offered in traditional books while implementing the engaging, clear writing style and superb learning tools developed by seasoned authors Robert T. Paynter and B.J. Toby Boydell. The following features are NEW to this Second Edition: bull; bull;Full 4-color format improving clarity and visual appeal bull;Chapter opening vignettes helping the reader to connect the chapter material to "real-world" circuits and applications bull;New sections introducing the reader to component testing and fault symptoms bull;Many newer components and component packages appearing throughout bull;New margin notes introducing applications of principles and circuits bull;New margin notes demonstrating calculator key sequences for many of the problem-solving examples |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Part | 3 |

Basic DC Principles and Circuits | 24 |

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battery branch currents Calculate the total Calculate the value capacitance capacitor Chapter characteristics circuit current circuit impedance circuit in Figure circuit shown coil component voltages connected current source curve demonstrated in Example Describe Determine the value diode electrons engineering notation equal equation equivalent circuit filter flux density following values illustrated in Figure inductance inductor input Kirchhoff's voltage law load resistance load voltage magnetic field negative OBJECTIVE Ohm's law operating frequency parallel circuit parallel RL circuit phase angle phase relationship phasor potentiometer Practice Problem reactance resistor RL circuit scientific notation Section Review series circuit series RC circuit series-parallel circuit shown in Figure sine wave Solution source voltage switch theorem Thevenin equivalent Thevenin's theorem total circuit transformer values of VL voltage and current voltage divider voltage source waveform waveform shown Wheatstone bridge wire