Electronics Technology Fundamentals
For courses in DC Circuits, AC Circuits, and Electronic Devices.Developed to address the need for a text that allows the fundamentals to be covered in reduced time, this unique text provides complete and concise coverage of the fundamentals of electronics without redundant examples and the equation derivations that take up so much space in traditional books. Incorporating the most useful learning aids from Paynter's Introductory Electric Circuits and Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits, this reference prepares students to work on various electronic systems by explaining the components and principles that are common to all of them. Encouraging active participation, the text provides extensive study and learning aids to provide students with a clear guide to learning.
- Hardback | 988 pages
- 203.2 x 276.86 x 45.72mm | 2,245.27g
- 02 Jul 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Principles of Electricity. 2. Components and Circuit Measurements. 3. Ohm's Law and Power. 4. Series Circuits. 5. Parallel Circuits. 6. Series-Parallel Circuits. 7. Circuit Analysis Techniques. 8. Magnetism. 9. Alternating Current and AC Measurements. 10. Inductors. 11. Resistive-Inductive (RL) Circuits. 12. Capacitors. 13. RC Circuits. 14. RLC Circuits. 15. Frequency Response and Passive Filters. 16. RL and RC Circuit Pulse Response. 17. Introduction to Solid-State Components: Diodes. 18. Basic Diode Circuits. 19. Bipolar Junction Transistor Operation and Biasing. 20. BJT Amplifiers. 21. Field-Effect Transistors and Circuits. 22. Operational Amplifiers. 23. Active Filters and Oscillators. 24. Switching Circuits. 25. Discrete and Integrated Voltage Regulators. 26. Thyristors and Other Devices. Appendix A: Conversions and Units. Appendix B: Component Standard Values & Color Codes. Appendix C: Specification Sheets. Appendix D: Selected Equation Derivations. Appendix E: H-Parameters. Appendix F: Polar and Rectangular Notations. Appendix G: Glossary. Appendix H: Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems. Index.