Sunday, January 13, 2019

Schaum's Outline of Electronic Devices and Circuits, (2nd Edition)

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The subject matter of electronics may be divided into two broad categories: the application of physical properties of materials in the development of electronic control devices and the utilization of electronic control devices in circuit applications. The emphasis in this book is on the latter category, beginning with the terminal characteristics of electronic control devices. Other topics are dealt with only as necessary to an understanding of these terminal characteristics.

This book is designed to supplement the text for a first course in electronic circuits for engineers. It
will also serve as a refresher for those who have previously taken a course in electronic circuits. Engineering students enrolled in a nonmajors’ survey course on electronic circuits will find that portions of Chapters 1 to 7 offer a valuable supplement to their study. Each chapter contains a brief review of pertinent topics along with governing equations and laws, with examples inserted to immediately clarify and emphasize principles as introduced. As in other Schaum’s Outlines, primary emphasis is on the solution of problems; to this end, over 350 solved problems are presented.

Three principal changes are introduced in the second edition. SPICE method solutions are presented
for numerous problems to better correlate the material with current college class methods. The firstedition Chapter 13 entitled ‘‘Vacuum Tubes’’ has been eliminated. However, the material from that chapter relating to triode vacuum tubes has been dispersed into Chapters 4 and 7. A new Chapter 10 entitled ‘‘Switched Mode Power Supplies’’ has been added to give the reader exposure to this important technology.

CHAPTER 1: Circuit Analysis: Port Point of View
CHAPTER 2: Semiconductor Diodes
CHAPTER 3: Characteristics of Bipolar Junction Transistors
CHAPTER 4: Characteristics of Field-Effect Transistors and Triodes
CHAPTER 5: Transistor Bias Considerations
CHAPTER 6: Small-Signal Midfrequency BJT Amplifiers
CHAPTER 7: Small-Signal Midfrequency FET and Triode Amplifiers
CHAPTER 8: Frequency Effects in Amplifiers
CHAPTER 9: Operational Amplifiers
CHAPTER 10: Switched Mode Power Supplies

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Professor of Electrical Engineering
University of Kentucky 

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