Semiconductor Devices Using Electronics Workbench

Semiconductor Devices Using Electronics Workbench

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For 2 year college, 4 year college and technical schools as a supplementary simulation manual for semiconductor circuits courses.Using Electronics Workbench software as a powerful learning tool to teach circuit simulation and electronic devices, this text delivers practical, straight forward experimental instruction. This text is presented in an easy-to-understand, interactive format that promotes dynamic and exciting learning.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 209.8 x 276.1 x 13mm | 572.3g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0130260835
  • 9780130260833

Table of contents

(NOTE: Material begins with Electronic Workbench Helpful Hints, and Electronic Workbench Fundamentals.) 1. Review of AC Circuits. 2. Diode Characteristics. 3. Zener Curve & Characteristics. 4. Half-Wave Rectifier Circuits, Part 1. 5. Half-Wave Rectifier Circuits, Part 2. 6. Full-Wave Bridge Rectifiers. 7. Center-Tapped Transformer Rectifiers. 8. Full-Wave-Zener Rectifiers. 9. Transistor Biasing, Part 1. 10. Transistor Biasing, Part 2. 11. Transistor Biasing, Part 3. 12. Common Emitter Amplifier, Part 1. 13. Common Emitter Amplifier, Part 2. 14. Common Emitter Amplifier, Part 3. 15. Common Base Amplifier. 16. Common Collector Amplifier, Part 1. 17. Common Collector Amplifier, Part 2. 18. Common Collector Amplifier, Part 3. 19. Junction Field-Effect Transition Bias. 20. Troubleshooting Full Wave Bridges. 21. Troubleshooting Zener Regulated Power Supply. 22. Troubleshooting Common Emitter Amplifiers, Part 1. 23. Troubleshooting Common Emitter Amplifiers, Part 2. 24. Troubleshooting Common Collector Amplifiers. 25. Troubleshooting Multistage Amplifiers. 26. Troubleshooting JFET Amplifiers. Appendix: Circuit Equivalents with DC & AC Formulas.show more