Foundations of Electronic Devices
New Age International, Jan 1, 1990 - Electronic apparatus and appliances - 581 pages
This Book Provides A Unified Approach To Conceive, Understand And Develop Various Types Of Electron Devices Which Can Perform Different Functions Like Dissipation Of Energy, Storage Of Energy, Rectification, Amplification, Oscillation, Switching And Wave Modification. These Devices Encompass Vacuum Based Devices, Gas Discharge Devices, Liquid State Devices And Solid State Devices.The Various Chapters In This Book Are Organised Based On The Functions, Rather Than On The Conventional Approach Like Vacuum Based Devices, Solid State Devices And So On. This Type Of Presentation Enables The Students To Acquire The Basic Knowledge Of The Various Types Of Devices And At The Same Time Enables Them To Comprehend Any New Developments. Through This Approach It Has Been Possible To Maintain The Continuity Of Thought And Bring Out The Concepts Behind The Devices In A Unified Way. Each Chapter Contains Worked Out Examples And Provides Exercises.
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