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Electronics: Principles and Applications w/Multi Sim CD,9780073316512
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Electronics: Principles and Applications w/Multi Sim CD

by
Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780073316512

ISBN10:
0073316512
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/23/2007
Publisher(s):
Career Education
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Summary

Electronics: Principles and Applicationsprovides a concise, practical introduction to analog devices, circuits and systems. Like earlier editions, the Seventh Edition combines theory with real-world applications in a well-paced sequence, introducing students to such topics as semiconductors, op amps, linear integrated circuits, switching power supplies, electronic communications devices and DSP. The text prepares students to effectively diagnose, repair, verify, and install electronic circuits and systems, without overwhelming them with excessive theory. MultiSim examples are included for optional simulation activities, with MultiSim circuit files included on a bound-in CD ROM. Prerequisites are a command of algebra and an understanding of fundamental electrical concepts.

Table of Contents

Electronics: Principles and Applications 7th edition
Introduction
A Brief History
Digital or Analog
Analog Functions
Trends in Electronics
Semiconductors
Conductors & Insulators
Semiconductors
N-Type Semiconductors
P-Type Semiconductors
Diodes
The PN Junction
Characteristic Curves of Diodes
Diode Lead Identification
Diode Types and Applications
Power Supplies
The Power-Supply System
Rectification
Full-Wave Rectification
Conversion of RMS Values to Average Values
Filters
Voltage Multipliers
Ripple and Regulation
Zener Regulators
More Karnaugh Maps
Transistors
Amplification
Transistors
Characteristic Curves
Transistor Data
Transistor Testing
Other Transistor Types
Transistors as Switches
Introduction to Small-Signal Amplifiers
Measuring Gain
Common-Emitter Amplifier
Stabilizing the Amplifier
Other Configurations
Simulation and Models
More About Small-Signal Amplifiers
Amplifier Coupling
Voltage Gains in Coupled Stages
Field-Effect Transistor (FET) Amplifiers
Negative Feedback
Frequency Response
Triggering Flip-Flops
Schmitt Triggered Devices
IEEE Logic Symbols
Large-Signal Amplifiers
Amplifier Class
Class A Power Amplifiers
Class B Power Amplifiers
Class AB Power Amplifiers
Class C Power Amplifiers
Switch-Mode Amplifiers
Operational Amplifiers
The Differential Amplifier
Differential Amplifier Analysis
Operational Amplifiers
Setting Op-Amp Gain
Frequency Effects in Op Amps
Op-Amp Applications
Comparators
Troubleshooting
Preliminary Checks
No Output
Reduced Output
Distortion and Noise
Intermittents
Operational Amplifiers
Oscillators
Oscillator Characteristics
RC Circuits
LC Circuits
Crystal Circuits
Relaxation Oscillators
Undesired Oscillations
Oscillator Troubleshooting
Direct Digital Synthesis
Communications
Modulation and Demodulation
Simple Receivers
Superheterodyne Receivers
Frequency Modulation and Single Sideband
Wireless Networks
Troubleshooting
Integrated Circuits
Introduction
Fabrication
The 555 Timer
Analog ICs
Mixed IC Signals
Troubleshooting
Electronic Control Devices and Circuits
Introduction
The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
Full-Wave Devices
Feedback in Control Circuitry
Troubleshooting Electronic Control Circuits
Regulated Power Supplies
Open-Loop Voltage Regulation
Closed-Loop Voltage Regulation
Current and Voltage Limiting
Switch-Mode Regulators
Troubleshooting Regulated Power Supplies
Digital Signal Processing
Overview of DSP Systems
Moving-Average Filters
Fourier Theory
Digital Filter Theory
Other DSP Applications
Limitations of DSP
DSP Troubleshooting
Soldering
Thermionic Devices
Glossary
Index
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