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Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 11th Edition




CONTENTS:


CHAPTER 1: Semiconductor Diodes

  • Introduction
  • Semiconductor Materials: Ge, Si, and GaAs  
  • Covalent Bonding and Intrinsic Materials
  • Energy Levels
  • n-Type and p-Type Materials
  • Semiconductor Diode
  • Ideal Versus Practical
  • LS Resistance Levels
  • Diode Equivalent Circuits
  • Transition and Diffusion Capacitance  
  • Reverse Recovery Time
  • Diode Specification Sheets
  • Semiconductor Diode Notation
  • Diode Testing Zener Diodes  
  • Light-Emitting Diodes Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 2: Diode Applications


  • Introduction
  • Load-Line Analysis
  • Series Diode Configurations
  • Parallel and Series-Parallel Configurations
  • AND/OR Gates
  • Sinusoidal Inputs; Half-Wave Rectification  
  • Full-Wave Rectification
  • Clippers
  • dampers es  
  • Networks with a dc and ac Source
  • Zener Diodes
  • Voltage-Multiplier Circuits
  • Practical Applications
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 3: Bipolar Junction Transistors





  • introduction
  • Transistor Construction
  • Transistor Operation Common-Base Configuration
  • Common-Emitter Configuration Common-Collector Configuration
  • Limits of Operation
  • Transistor Specification Sheet  
  • Transistor Testing  
  • Transistor Casing and Terminal Identification
  • Transistor Development
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 4: DC Biasing


  • Introduction
  • sa Operating Point  Fixed-Bias Configuration
  • Emitter-Bias Configuration
  • Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration
  • Collector Feedback Configuration Emitter-Follower Configuration
  • Common-Base Configuration Miscellaneous Bias Configurations
  • Summary Table
  • Design Operations  
  • Multiple BIT Networks  
  • Current Mirrors Current Source Circuits
  • pnp Transistors
  • Transistor Switching Networks
  • Troubleshooting Techniques
  • Bias Stabilization
  • Practical Applications
  • Summary Computer Analysis  

CHAPTER 5: BJT AC Analysis

  • Amplification in the AC Domain
  • BiT Transistor Modeling
  • The r. Transistor Model Common-Emitter Fixed-Bias Configuration
  • Voltage-Divider Bias  CE Emitter-Bias Configuration
  • Emitter-Follower Configuration Common-Base Configuration
  • Collector Feedback Configuration
  • Collector DC Feedback Configuration
  • Effect of Rs and R
  • Determining the Current Gain
  • Summary Tables
  • Two-Port Systems Approach
  • Cascaded Systems
  • Darlington ConnectionFeedback Pair
  • The Hybrid Equivalent Model Approximate Hybrid Equivalent Circuit
  • Complete Hybrid Equivalent ModelHybrid r Model  
  • ariations of Transistor ParametersTroubleshooting
  • Practical Applications
  •  Computer Analysis  

CHAPTER 6: Field-Effect Transistors

  • Introduction
  • Construction and Characteristic of 1FEIS
  • Transfer Characteristics
  • Specification Sheets (JFETs
  • instrumentation
  • Important Relationships
  •  Depletion-Type MOSFET
  • Enhancement-Type MOSFET
  • MOSFET Handling
  • VMOS and UMOS Power and MOSFET5
  • CMOS
  • MESFET5
  • Summary Table 414
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  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 7: FET Biasing

  • Introduction
  • Fixed-Bias Configuration
  • Self-Bias Configuration
  •  Voltage-Divider Biasing
  • Common-Gate Configuration
  • Special Case V070 = OV
  • Depletion-Type MOSFETs
  • Enhancement-Type MOSFETs  
  • Summary Table
  • Combination Networks
  • Design
  • Troubleshooting
  • p-Channel FETs
  • UniversallFET Bias Cum  
  • Practical Applications
  • Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 8: FET Amplifiers

  • Introduction
  • IFET Small-Signal Model
  • Fixed-Bias Configuration
  • Self-Bias Configuration
  • Voltage-Divider Configuration
  • Common-Gate Configuration
  • Source-Follower (Common-Drain) Configuration
  • Depletion-Type MOSFETs
  • Enhancement-Type MOSFETs
  • E-MOSFET Drain-Feedback Configuration
  • E-MOSFET Voltage-Divider Configuration
  • Designing FET Amplifier Networks
  • Summary Table
  • Effect of ft, and Rya
  • Cascade Configuration  
  • Troubleshooting
  • Practical Applications
  • Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 9: BiT and 1FET Frequency Response

  • Introduction
  • Logarithms
  • Decibels 5541
  • General Frequency Considerations
  • Normalization Process
  • Low-Frequency Analysis-Bode Plot
  • Low-Frequency Response-BIT Amplifier with Rs
  • Impact of Rs on the BIT Low-Frequency Response
  • Low-Frequency Response-FS Amplifier
  • Miller Effect Capacitance High-Frequency Response-BIT Amplifier
  • High-Frequency Response-FET Amplifier
  • Multistage Frequency Effects Square-Wave Testing
  • Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 10: Operational Amplifiers

  • IntroductionDifferential Amplifier Circuit
  • BiFEL BiMOS, and CMOS Differential Amplifier Circuits
  • Op-Amp Basics
  • Practical Op-Amp Circuits Op-Amp Specifications-DC Offset Parameters
  • Op-Amp Specifications-Frequency Parameters
  • Op-Amp Unit SpecificationsDifferential and Common-Mode Operation
  • SummaryComputer Analysis

CHAPTER 11: Op-Amp Applications

  • Constant-Gain Multiplier
  • Voltage Summing
  • Voltage Buffer
  • Controlled Sources
  • Instrumentation GrindsActive filters
  • SummaryComputer Analysis


CHAPTER 12: Power Amplifiers


  • Introduction-Definitions and Amplifier Types
  • Series-Fed Class A Amplifier
  •  Transformer-Coupled Class A Amplifier
  • Class B Amplifier Operation
  • Class B Amplifier Circuits
  • Amplifier Distortion
  • Power Transistor Heat Sinking
  • Class C and Class D Amplifiers 
  •  Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 13: Linear-Digital ICs


  • Introduction
  • Comparator Unit Operation 
  • Digital-Analog Converters 
  • Timer IC Unit Operation 
  • Voltage-Controlled Oscillator 
  • Phase-Locked Loop 
  •  Interfacing Circuitry
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  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 14: Feedback and Oscillator Circuits

  • Feedback Concepts
  • Feedback Connection Types
  • Practical Feedback Circuits Feedback Amplifier-Phase and Frequency Considerations
  • Oscillator Operation
  • Phase-Shift Oscillator
  • Wien Bridge Oscillato Tuned Oscillator Circuit
  • Crystal OscillatorUnijunction Oscillator
  • Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 15: Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators)

  • IntroductionGeneral Filter Considerations
  • Capacitor Filter
  • RC Filter
  • Discrete Transistor Voltage Regulation
  • IC Voltage Regulators
  • Practical Applications
  • Summary
  • Computer Analysis

CHAPTER 16: Other Two-Terminal Devices

  • IntroductionSchottky Barrier (Hot-Carrier) Diodes
  • Varactor (Varicap) DiodesSolar Cells
  • Photodiodes
  • Photoconductive Cells IR Emitters
  • Liquid-Crystal Displays
  • Thennistors
  • Tunnel Diodes  
  • Summary

CHAPTER 17: pnpn and Other Devices


  • Introduction
  • Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
  • Basic Silicon-Controlled Rectifier Operation  
  • SCR Characteristics and Ratings  
  • SCR Applications  Silicon-Controlled Switch
  • Cate Turn-Off Switch
  • Light-Activated SCR
  • Shockley Diode
  • Diac and Triac
  • Unijunction Transistor
  • Phototransistors
  • Programmable Unijunctkin Transistor
  • Summary














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