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Electronic Devices (Conventional Current Version)

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Edition:
8th
ISBN13:

9780131140806

ISBN10:
0131140809
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2008
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

This popular, up-to-date devices book takes a strong systems approach that identifies the circuits and components within a system, and helps readers see how the circuit relates to the overall system function. Floyd is well known for straightforward, understandable explanations of complex concepts, as well as for non-technical, on-target treatment of mathematics. The extensive use of examples, Multisim simulations, and graphical illustrations makes even complex concepts understandable.From discrete components, to linear integrated circuits, to programmable analog devices, this books' coverage is well balanced between discrete and integrated circuits. Also includes focus on power amplifiers; BJT and FET amplifiers; advanced integrated circuitsinstrumentation and isolation amplifiers; OTAs; log/antilog amplifiers; and converters. Thorough coverage of optical topicshigh intensity LEDs and fiber optics. Devices sections on differential amplifiers and the IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor) are now included.For electronics technicians.

Table of Contents

Semiconductor Basics
2(46)
Atomic Structure
4(3)
Semiconductors, Conductors, and Insulators
7(3)
Covalent Bonds
10(2)
Conduction in Semiconductors
12(3)
N-Type and P-Type Semiconductors
15(2)
The Diode
17(3)
Biasing a Diode
20(4)
Voltage-Current Characteristic of a Diode
24(4)
Diode Models
28(6)
Testing a Diode
34(14)
Diode Applications
48(60)
Half-Wave Rectifiers
50(5)
Full-Wave Rectifiers
55(8)
Power Supply Filters and Regulators
63(6)
Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuits
69(7)
Voltage Multipliers
76(3)
The Diode Data Sheet
79(4)
Troubleshooting
83(25)
System Application
90(18)
Special-Purpose Diodes
108(56)
Zener Diodes
110(7)
Zener Diode Applications
117(8)
Varactor Diodes
125(5)
Optical Diodes
130(9)
Other Types of Diodes
139(5)
Troubleshooting
144(20)
System Application
147(17)
Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
164(52)
Transistor Structure
166(1)
Basic Transistor Operation
167(2)
Transistor Characteristics and Parameters
169(11)
The Transistor as an Amplifier
180(4)
The Transistor as a Switch
184(3)
Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification
187(3)
Troubleshooting
190(26)
System Application
197(19)
Transistor Bias Circuits
216(44)
The DC Operating Point
218(6)
Voltage-Divider Bias
224(9)
Other Bias Methods
233(6)
Troubleshooting
239(21)
System Application
243(17)
BJT Amplifiers
260(68)
Amplifier Operation
262(2)
Transistor AC Equivalent Circuits
264(4)
The Common-Emitter Amplifier
268(13)
The Common-Collector Amplifier
281(7)
The Common-Base Amplifier
288(3)
Multistage Amplifiers
291(3)
The Differential Amplifier
294(7)
Troubleshooting
301(27)
System Application
305(23)
Field-Effect Transistors (FETs)
328(58)
The JFET
330(2)
JFET Characteristics and Parameters
332(10)
JFET Biasing
342(10)
The MOSFET
352(5)
MOSFET Characteristics and Parameters
357(4)
MOSFET Biasing
361(3)
Troubleshooting
364(22)
System Application
366(20)
FET Amplifiers
386(40)
FET Amplification
388(3)
Common-Source Amplifiers
391(11)
Common-Drain Amplifiers
402(2)
Common-Gate Amplifiers
404(3)
Troubleshooting
407(19)
System Application
410(16)
Power Amplifiers
426(48)
Class A Power Amplifiers
428(6)
Class B and Class AB Push-Pull Amplifiers
434(13)
Class C Amplifiers
447(7)
Troubleshooting
454(20)
System Application
457(17)
Amplifier Frequency Response
474(56)
Basic Concepts
476(3)
The Decibel
479(4)
Low-Frequency Amplifier Response
483(16)
High-Frequency Amplifier Response
499(10)
Total Amplifier Frequency Response
509(3)
Frequency Response of Multistage Amplifiers
512(2)
Frequency Response Measurement
514(16)
System Application
517(13)
Thyristors and Other Devices
530(52)
The Basic 4-Layer Device
532(3)
The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier (SCR)
535(5)
SCR Applications
540(4)
The Diac and Triac
544(5)
The Silicon-Controlled Switch (SCS)
549(2)
The Unijunction Transistor (UJT)
551(4)
The Programmable Unijunction Transistor (PUT)
555(2)
The IGBT
557(2)
The Phototransistor
559(3)
The Light-Activated SCR (LASCR)
562(1)
Optical Couplers
563(2)
Fiber Optics
565(17)
System Application
568(14)
The Operational Amplifier
582(62)
Introduction to Operational Amplifiers
584(3)
Op-Amp Input Modes and Parameters
587(7)
Negative Feedback
594(1)
Op-Amps with Negative Feedback
595(6)
Effects of Negative Feedback on Op-Amp Impedances
601(5)
Bias Current and Offset Voltage Compensation
606(3)
Open-Loop Response
609(7)
Closed-Loop Response
616(3)
Troubleshooting
619(25)
System Application
621(23)
Basic Op-Amp Circuits
644(50)
Comparators
646(11)
Summing Amplifiers
657(8)
Integrators and Differentiators
665(6)
Troubleshooting
671(23)
System Application
676(18)
Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits
694(40)
Instrumentation Amplifiers
696(5)
Isolation Amplifiers
701(4)
Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs)
705(7)
Log and Antilog Amplifiers
712(6)
Converters and Other Op-Amp Circuits
718(16)
System Application
721(13)
Active Filters
734(38)
Basic Filter Responses
736(5)
Filter Response Characteristics
741(3)
Active Low-Pass Filters
744(4)
Active High-Pass Filters
748(3)
Active Band-Pass Filters
751(6)
Active Band-Stop Filters
757(2)
Filter Response Measurements
759(13)
System Application
761(11)
Oscillators
772(44)
The Oscillator
774(1)
Feedback Oscillator Principles
775(2)
Oscillators with RC Feedback Circuits
777(7)
Oscillators with LC Feedback Circuits
784(8)
Relaxation Oscillators
792(5)
The 555 Timer as an Oscillator
797(19)
System Application
803(13)
Communications Circuits
816(52)
Basic Receivers
818(4)
The Linear Multiplier
822(6)
Amplitude Modulation
828(6)
The Mixer
834(3)
AM Demodulation
837(1)
IF and Audio Amplifiers
838(3)
Frequency Modulation
841(2)
The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL)
843(25)
System Application
852(16)
Voltage Regulators
868(40)
Voltage Regulation
870(3)
Basic Series Regulators
873(5)
Basic Shunt Regulators
878(3)
Basic Switching Regulators
881(5)
Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators
886(5)
Applications of IC Voltage Regulators
891(17)
System Application
897(11)
Programmable Analog Arrays
908(38)
The Field-Programmable Analog Array (FPAA)
910(1)
Switched-Capacitor Circuits
911(5)
A Specific FPAA
916(3)
FPAA Programming
919(15)
System Application
927(7)
APPENDICES
A Table of Standard Resistor Values
934(1)
B Derivations of Selected Equations
935(11)
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems 946(15)
Glossary 961(6)
Index 967


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