Companion in Electronics
For undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Electronics programs.These "companion" guides are designed to help students bridge the gap between theoretical principles of alternating current and their practical application in the full range of typical alternating current exam problems. Assuming only a basic background in the subject, they provide brief technical/theoretical notes, outline the essential tools, methods, and procedures used to solve problems, and present carefully detailed solutions to selected problems-highlighting alternative methods, where applicable.
- Paperback | 357 pages
- 209.04 x 273.56 x 19.56mm | 739.35g
- 02 Jul 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Circuit Theorems and Network Analysis. 2. Semiconductor and Rectifier Circuits. 3. Zener Diode Regulator and Voltage Multipliers. 4. Transistor h-Parameter Equivalent Circuits of Small- Signal Amplifiers. 5. Small-Signal Amplifiers and Stabilization. 6. Power Amplifiers. 7. Negative Feedback. 8. Oscillators, Transients, and Synchronizing. 9. The Thyristor (Silicon-Controlled Rectifier - SCR). 10. Logic Elements and Networks. 11. Tuned Circuits; Resonance; and the Q-Factor. 12. Memory Circuits. Appendix: Trigonometrical Identities.