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Electronic Devices And Circuit Theory

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Edition:
10th
ISBN13:

9780131189058

ISBN10:
0131189050
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2009
Publisher(s):
Pearson College Div
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Summary

Highly accurate and thoroughly updated, this book has set the standard in electronic devices and circuit theory for over 25 years. Boylestad and Nashelsky offer readers a complete and comprehensive survey of electronics and circuits, focusing on all the essentials they will need to succeed on the job.This very readable book is supported by strong, helpful learning cues and content that is ideal for new workers in this rapidly changing field. Its colorful layout boasts a large number of stunning photographs. Topics covered include: semiconductor diodes, BJT devices, DC biasing, FET devices, Op-Amp applications, power amplifiers, linear-digital ICs, power supplies and voltage regulators, and other two-terminal devices.An excellent reference work for anyone involved with electronic devices and other circuitry applications, such as electrical and technical engineers.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Semiconductor Diodes
1(58)
Introduction
1(1)
Semiconductor Materials: Ge, Si, and GaAs
2(1)
Covalent Bonding and Intrinsic Materials
3(2)
Energy Levels
5(2)
Extrinsic Materials: n-Type and p-Type
7(3)
Semiconductor Diode
10(9)
Ideal Versus Practical
19(2)
Resistance Levels
21(6)
Diode Equivalent Circuits
27(3)
Transition and Diffusion Capacitance
30(1)
Reverse Recovery Time
31(1)
Diode Specification Sheets
32(3)
Semiconductor Diode Notation
35(1)
Diode Testing
36(2)
Zener Diodes
38(3)
Light-Emitting Diodes
41(7)
Summary
48(1)
Computer Analysis
49(10)
Diode Applications
59(72)
Introduction
59(1)
Load-Line Analysis
60(5)
Series Diode Configurations
65(6)
Parallel and Series--Parallel Configurations
71(3)
And/Or Gates
74(2)
Sinusoidal Inputs; Half-Wave Rectification
76(3)
Full-Wave Rectification
79(3)
Clippers
82(7)
Clampers
89(3)
Zener Diodes
92(8)
Voltage-Multiplier Circuits
100(3)
Practical Applications
103(10)
Summary
113(1)
Computer Analysis
114(17)
Bipolar Junction Transistors
131(30)
Introduction
131(1)
Transistor Construction
132(1)
Transistor Operation
132(2)
Common-Base Configuration
134(4)
Transistor Amplifying Action
138(1)
Common-Emitter Configuration
139(6)
Common-Collector Configuration
145(1)
Limits of Operation
146(1)
Transistor Specification Sheet
147(4)
Transistor Testing
151(2)
Transistor Casing and Terminal Identification
153(1)
Summary
154(2)
Computer Analysis
156(5)
DC Biasing--BJTs
161(75)
Introduction
161(1)
Operating Point
162(2)
Fixed-Bias Circuit
164(7)
Emitter Bias
171(4)
Voltage-Divider Bias
175(7)
DC Bias with Voltage Feedback
182(3)
Miscellaneous Bias Configurations
185(5)
Design Operations
190(6)
Transistor Switching Networks
196(3)
Troubleshooting Techniques
199(3)
pnp Transistors
202(1)
Bias Stabilization
203(9)
Practical Applications
212(7)
Summary
219(2)
Computer Analysis
221(15)
BJT AC Analysis
236(124)
Introduction
237(1)
Application in the AC Domain
237(1)
BJT Transistor Modeling
238(2)
The re Transistor Model
240(7)
The Hybrid Equivalent Model
247(5)
Hybrid π Model
252(1)
Variations of Transistor Parameters
253(2)
Common-Emitter Fixed-Bias Configuration
255(3)
Voltage-Divider Bias
258(3)
CE Emitter-Bias Configuration
261(7)
Emitter-Follower Configuration
268(4)
Common-Base Configuration
272(2)
Collector Feedback Configuration
274(4)
Collector DC Feedback Configuration
278(3)
Determining the Current Gain
281(1)
Effect of RL and Rs
282(5)
Two-Port Systems Approach
287(5)
Summary Tables
292(3)
Cascaded Systems
295(4)
Darlington Connection
299(5)
Feedback Pair
304(3)
Current Mirror Circuits
307(2)
Current Source Circuits
309(2)
Approximate Hybrid Equivalent Circuit
311(6)
Complete Hybrid Equivalent Model
317(7)
Troubleshooting
324(1)
Practical Applications
325(7)
Summary
332(2)
Computer Analysis
334(26)
Field-Effect Transistors
360(44)
Introduction
360(2)
Construction and Characteristics of JFETs
362(6)
Transfer Characteristics
368(6)
Specification Sheets (JFETs)
374(2)
Instrumentation
376(1)
Important Relationships
377(1)
Depletion-Type MOSFET
378(6)
Enhancement-Type MOSFET
384(7)
MOSFET Handling
391(1)
VMOS
392(1)
CMOS
393(1)
MESFETs
394(3)
Summary Table
397(1)
Summary
397(1)
Computer Analysis
398(6)
FET Biasing
404(60)
Introduction
404(1)
Fixed-Bias Configuration
405(4)
Self-Bias Configuration
409(6)
Voltage-Divider Biasing
415(5)
Depletion-Type MOSFETs
420(5)
Enhancement-Type MOSFETs
425(5)
Summary Table
430(1)
Combination Networks
430(4)
Design
434(2)
Troubleshooting
436(1)
p-Channel FETs
437(2)
Universal JFET Bias Curve
439(3)
Practical Applications
442(11)
Summary
453(1)
Computer Analysis
454(10)
FET Amplifiers
464(66)
Introduction
464(1)
FET Small-Signal Model
465(7)
JFET Fixed-Bias Configuration
472(3)
JFET Self-Bias Configuration
475(6)
JFET Voltage-Divider Configuration
481(1)
JFET Source-Follower (Common-Drain) Configuration
482(3)
JFET Common-Gate Configuration
485(4)
Depletion-Type MOSFETs
489(1)
Enhancement-Type MOSFETs
490(1)
E-MOSFET Drain-Feedback Configuration
491(3)
E-MOSFET Voltage-Divider Configuration
494(1)
Designing FET Amplifier Networks
495(2)
Summary Table
497(3)
Effect of RL and Rsig
500(3)
Cascade Configuration
503(2)
Troubleshooting
505(1)
Practical Applications
506(9)
Summary
515(1)
Computer Analysis
515(15)
BJT and JFET Frequency Response
530(54)
Introduction
530(1)
Logarithms
530(4)
Decibels
534(3)
General Frequency Considerations
537(3)
Low-Frequency Analysis--Bode Plot
540(6)
Low-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier
546(9)
Low-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier
555(5)
Miller Effect Capacitance
560(2)
High-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier
562(7)
High-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier
569(3)
Multistage Frequency Effects
572(1)
Square-Wave Testing
573(4)
Summary
577(1)
Computer Analysis
578(6)
Operational Amplifiers
584(47)
Introduction
584(3)
Differential Amplifier Circuit
587(7)
BiFET, BiMOS, and CMOS Differential Amplifier Circuits
594(3)
Op-Amp Basics
597(3)
Practical Op-Amp Circuits
600(5)
Op-Amp Specifications--DC Offset Parameters
605(3)
Op-Amp Specifications--Frequency Parameters
608(3)
Op-Amp Unit Specifications
611(5)
Differential and Common-Mode Operation
616(4)
Summary
620(1)
Computer Analysis
621(10)
Op-Amp Applications
631(30)
Constant-Gain Multiplier
631(4)
Voltage Summing
635(3)
Voltage Buffer
638(1)
Controlled Sources
639(2)
Instrumentation Circuits
641(4)
Active Filters
645(3)
Summary
648(1)
Computer Analysis
649(12)
Power Amplifiers
661(40)
Introduction--Definitions and Amplifier Types
661(2)
Series-Fed Class A Amplifier
663(4)
Transformer-Coupled Class A Amplifier
667(7)
Class B Amplifier Operation
674(3)
Class B Amplifier Circuits
677(6)
Amplifier Distortion
683(4)
Power Transistor Heat Sinking
687(3)
Class C and Class D Amplifiers
690(2)
Summary
692(1)
Computer Analysis
693(8)
Linear-Digital ICs
701(29)
Introduction
701(1)
Comparator Unit Operation
702(6)
Digital-Analog Converters
708(3)
Timer IC Unit Operation
711(4)
Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
715(2)
Phase-Locked Loop
717(4)
Interfacing Circuitry
721(3)
Summary
724(1)
Computer Analysis
724(6)
Feedback and Oscillator Circuits
730(33)
Feedback Concepts
730(1)
Feedback Connection Types
731(6)
Practical Feedback Circuits
737(5)
Feedback Amplifier--Phase and Frequency Considerations
742(3)
Oscillator Operation
745(1)
Phase-Shift Oscillator
746(3)
Wien Bridge Oscillator
749(1)
Tuned Oscillator Circuit
750(3)
Crystal Oscillator
753(3)
Unijunction Oscillator
756(1)
Summary
757(1)
Computer Analysis
758(5)
Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators)
763(28)
Introduction
763(1)
General Filter Considerations
764(2)
Capacitor Filter
766(3)
RC Filter
769(2)
Discrete Transistor Voltage Regulation
771(7)
IC Voltage Regulators
778(5)
Practical Applications
783(3)
Summary
786(1)
Computer Analysis
786(5)
Other Two-Terminal Devices
791(30)
Introduction
791(1)
Schottky Barrier (Hot-Carrier) Diodes
791(4)
Varactor (Varicap) Diodes
795(4)
Power Diodes
799(1)
Tunnel Diodes
799(4)
Photodiodes
803(4)
Photoconductive Cells
807(1)
IR Emitters
808(1)
Liquid-Crystal Displays
809(3)
Solar Cells
812(3)
Thermistors
815(2)
Summary
817(4)
pnpn and Other Devices
821(39)
Introduction
821(1)
Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
822(1)
Basic Silicon-Controlled Rectifier Operation
822(1)
SCR Characteristics and Ratings
823(2)
SCR Construction and Terminal Identification
825(1)
SCR Applications
825(4)
Silicon-Controlled Switch
829(2)
Gate Turn-Off Switch
831(1)
Light-Activated SCR
832(3)
Shockley Diode
835(1)
Diac
835(3)
Triac
Unijunction Transistor
838(8)
Phototransistors
846(2)
Opto-Isolators
848(2)
Programmable Unijunction Transistor
850(5)
Summary
855(5)
Appendix A: Making the Chips That Run the World
860(12)
Appendix B: Hybrid Parameters--Graphical Determinations and Conversion Equations (Exact and Approximate)
872(6)
Graphical Determination of the h-Parameters
872(4)
Exact Conversion Equations
876(1)
Approximate Conversion Equations
876(2)
Appendix C: Ripple Factor and Voltage Calculations
878(6)
Ripple Factor of Rectifier
878(1)
Ripple Voltage of Capacitor Filter
879(1)
Relation of Vdc and Vm to Ripple r
880(1)
Relation of Vr (RMS) and Vm to Ripple r
881(1)
Relation Connecting Conduction Angle, Percentage Ripple, and Ipeak/Idc for Rectifier-Capacitor Filter Circuits
882(2)
Appendix D: Charts and Tables
884(2)
Appendix E: Solutions to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems
886(7)
Index 893


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