Preface | |

Introduction | |

Overview | |

Basic Concepts | |

Circuits | |

DC Circuits | |

Ohm's Law | |

Kirchhoff's Law | |

Single-Loop Circuits | |

Single-Node-Pair Circuits | |

Resistor Combinations | |

Nodal Analysis | |

Loop and Mesh Analysis | |

Superposition | |

Source Exchange | |

Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems | |

Measurements and the Wheatstone Bridge | |

Transient Analysis | |

Capacitors and Inductors | |

First Order Circuits | |

Second-Order Circuits | |

AC Steady State Analysis | |

Sinusoidal Functions | |

The Sinusoidal Function/Complex Number Connection | |

Phasor Relationships for Circuit Elements | |

Impedance and Admittance | |

Y & Delta; Transformations | |

Basic Analysis Using Kirchhoff's Laws | |

Nodal Analysis | |

Mesh and Loop Analysis | |

Superposition | |

Source Transformation | |

Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems | |

Nonsinusoidal Steady State Response | |

Steady State Power Analysis | |

Instantaneous Power | |

Average Power | |

Effective or RMS Values | |

The Power Factor | |

Complex Power | |

Power Factor Correction | |

Typical Residential AC Power Circuits | |

Three-Phase Circuits | |

Magnetically Coupled Circuits and Transformers | |

Magnetic Circuits | |

Mutual Inductance | |

The Linear Transformer | |

The Ideal Transformer | |

Transformer Applications | |

Network Frequency Characteristics | |

Sinusoidal Frequency Analysis | |

Passive Filter Networks | |

Resonant Circuits | |

Electronics | |

Introduction to Electronics | |

Energy and Power | |

Analog and Digital Systems; Signals and Pulses | |

Analog Systems; Amplifiers and Gain | |

Modulation and Demodulation; Encoding and Decoding | |

Digital Systems; Information, Sampling and Logic Gates | |

Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Systems | |

Operational Amplifiers (OpAmps) | |

The Ideal Op Amp | |

The Noninverting Amplifier | |

The Unity-Gain Buffer | |

The Inverting Amplifier | |

The Principle of Negative Feedback | |

The Differential Amplifier | |

The Summing Circuit | |

The Integrator | |

The Active Filter | |

The Current-to-Voltage Convertor | |

The Nonideal Op-Amp | |

Semiconductors, Diodes, and Power Supplies | |

P- and N- Type Semiconductors | |

Current Conduction in Semiconductors | |

The p-n Junction Diode | |

Diode Circuit Models | |

Power Supply Circuits | |

Wave Shaping: Clippers and Clampers | |

The Zener or Avalanche Diode | |

Load Lines and Graphical Solutions | |

Photodiodes and Light Emitting Diodes | |

Transistor Fundamentals: Switches, Large-Signal Amplifiers and Power Electronics | |

MOSFET Fundamentals | |

MOSFET Output Curves and Regions of Operation | |

The NOT Gate: MOSFET Implementation | |

Other FET Types | |

Large Signal Amplifiers: Using the MOSFET | |

BJT Fundamentals | |

BJT Output Curves | |

The NOT Gate: BJT Implemenatation | |

Large-Signal Amplifiers: Using the BJT | |

Power and Voltage Limits of MOSFETs and BJTs | |

Thyristors, Silicon-Controlled Rectifiers (SCRs) and Motor Control | |

Small Signal Transistor Amplifiers | |

General Linear Two-Port Models | |

The MOSFET Small-Signal Model | |

MOSFET Amplifier Circuits: Small-Signal Analysis | |

Voltage Gain Loss at the Input | |

The BJT Small-Signal Model | |

BJT Amplifier Circuits: Small Signal Analysis | |

Multi-Stage Amplifiers | |

Digital Logic Circuits | |

Number Systems | |

Boolean Algebra | |

Truth Tables | |

Switching Networks | |

Canonical Forms | |

Function Minimization | |

Combinatorial Logic Design | |

Sequential Logic Circuits | |

Digital Electronic Logic Gates | |

Review of Ideal Logic Gates | |

Real Logic Gates: Speed | |

Basic Logic Gates Using Relays | |

Basic Logic Gates Using MOSFETs | |

Basic Logic Gates Using BJTs | |

Electromechanical Systems | |

DC Machines | |

Fundamental Concepts | |

A Simple Rotating Machine | |

The Basic DC Machine | |

Equivalent Circuits and Analysis | |

AC Polyphase Machines | |

The Revolving Magnetic Field | |

The Polyphase Induction Machine: Balanced Operation | |

The Polyphase Synchronous Machine: Balanced Operation | |

AC Machine Applications | |

Complex Numbers | |

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