Foundations of Electronics: Circuits and Devices. Conventional flow version

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Thomson/Delmar Learning, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 1152 pages
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This comprehensive, superbly illustrated text teaches electronics fundamentals for both DC and AC circuits, from Ohms Law to series and parallel resonant circuits and continues through to explore basic semiconductor devices. A conventional flow approach to circuit analysis that is supported by extensive and diverse troubleshooting coverage, as well as practical application of concepts, provides a depth of knowledge that is fitting for technician-level training. Essential concepts are strategically presented in a user-friendly fashion that balances basic theory with hands-on circuit analysis. Readers will easily move from the known to the unknown as they gain a foundation in modern electronics fundamentals that is sufficient to launch a career or pursue more advanced study.

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Russell L. Meade obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Mercer University in Georgia. He possesses more than 11 years of teaching experience in electronics and more than 10 years of business experience in such high-tech industries as Scientific-Atlanta, Electromagnetic Sciences, Inc., and Training Technology, Inc. Russell also has more than 16 years of State Agency Technical Education experience in the field of electronics, and has authored numerous books for electronics education and training.

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