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Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory

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ISBN-10: 013769282X

ISBN-13: 9780137692828

Edition: 7th 1999

Authors: Robert L. Boylestad

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This book offers students a comprehensive study of the electronic devices and circuits they need to understand for success on the job. Most configurations and applications of the devices examined are covered.
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Book details

List price: $115.00
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/14/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 926
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 4.686
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Semiconductor Diodes
Introduction
Ideal Diode
Semiconductor Materials
Energy Levels
Extrinsic Materials--n- and p-Type
Semiconductor Diode
Mathcad
Resistance Levels
Diode Equivalent Circuits
Diode Specification Sheets
Transition and Diffusion Capacitance
Reverse Recovery Time
Semiconductor Diode Notation
Diode Testing
Zener Diodes
Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
Diode Arrays--Integrated Circuits
Summary
Computer Analysis
Diode Applications
Introduction
Load-Line Analysis
Diode Approximations
Series Diode Configurations with DC Inputs
Parallel and Series--Parallel Configurations
AND/OR Gates
Sinusoidal Inputs; Half-Wave Rectification
Full-Wave Rectification
Clippers
Clampers
Zener Diodes
Voltage-Multiplier Circuits
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
Bipolar Junction Transistors
Introduction
Transistor Construction
Transistor Operation
Common-Base Configuration
Transistor Amplifying Action
Common-Emitter Configuration
Common-Collector Configuration
Limits of Operation
Transistor Specification Sheet
Transistor Testing
Transistor Casing and Terminal Identification
Summary
Computer Analysis
DC Biasing--BJTs
Introduction
Operating Point
Fixed-Bias Circuit
Emitter-Stabilized Bias Circuit
Voltage-Divider Bias
DC Bias with Voltage Feedback
Miscellaneous Bias Configurations
Design Operations
Transistor Switching Networks
Troubleshooting Techniques
PNP Transistors
Bias Stabilization
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
Field-Effect Transistors
Introduction
Construction and Characteristics of JFETs
Transfer Characteristics
Specification Sheets (JFETs)
Instrumentation
Important Relationships
Depletion-Type MOSFET
Enhancement-Type MOSFET
MOSFET Handling
VMOS
CMOS
Summary Table
Summary
Computer Analysis
Fet Biasing
Introduction
Fixed-Bias Configuration
Self-Bias Configuration
Voltage-Divider Biasing
Depletion-Type MOSFETs
Enhancement-Type MOSFETs
Summary Table
Combination Networks
Design
Troubleshooting
P-Channel FETs
Universal JFET Bias Curve
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
BJT Transistor Modeling
Introduction
Amplification in the AC Domain
BJT Transistor Modeling
The Important Parameters: Z[subscript i], Z[subscript o], A[subscript v], A[subscript i]
The r[subscript e] Transistor Model
The Hybrid Equivalent Model
Graphical Determination of the h-Parameters
Variations of Transistor Parameters
BJT Small-Signal Analysis
Introduction
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
Approximate Hybrid Equivalent Circuit
Complete Hybrid Equivalent Model
Summary Table
Troubleshooting
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
FET Small-Signal Analysis
Introduction
FET Small-Signal Model
JFET Fixed-Bias Configuration
JFET Self-Bias Configuration
JFET Voltage-Divider Configuration
JFET Source-Follower (Common-Drain) Configuration
JFET Common-Gate Configuration
Depletion-Type MOSFETs
Enhancement-Type MOSFETs
E-MOSFET Drain-Feedback Configuration
E-MOSFET Voltage-Divider Configuration
Designing FET Amplifier Networks
Summary Table
Troubleshooting
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
Systems Approach--Effects of R[subscript S] and R[subscript L]
Introduction
Two-Port Systems
Effect of a Load Impedance (R[subscript L])
Effect of a Source Impedance (R[subscript S])
Combined Effect of R[subscript S] and R[subscript L]
BJT CE Networks
BJT Emitter-Follower Networks
BJT CB Networks
FET Networks
Summary Table
Cascaded Systems
Summary
Computer Analysis
BJT and Jfet Frequency Response
Introduction
Logarithms
Decibels
General Frequency Considerations
Low-Frequency Analysis--Bode Plot
Low-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier
Low-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier
Miller Effect Capacitance
High-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier
High-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier
Multistage Frequency Effects
Square-Wave Testing
Summary
Computer Analysis
Compound Configurations
Introduction
Cascade Connection
Cascode Connection
Darlington Connection
Feedback Pair
CMOS Circuit
Current Source Circuits
Current Mirror Circuits
Differential Amplifier Circuit
BIFET, BIMOS, and CMOS Differential Amplifier Circuits
Summary
Computer Analysis
Operational Amplifiers
Introduction
Differential and Common-Mode Operation
Op-Amp Basics
Practical Op-Amp Circuits
Op-Amp Specifications--DC Offset Parameters
Op-Amp Specifications--Frequency Parameters
Op-Amp Unit Specifications
Summary
Computer Analysis
Op-Amp Applications
Constant-Gain Multiplier
Voltage Summing
Voltage Buffer
Controller Sources
Instrumentation Circuits
Active Filters
Summary
Computer Analysis
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
Linear-Digital ICs
Introduction
Comparator Unit Operation
Digital-Analog Converters
Timer IC Unit Operation
Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
Phase-Locked Loop
Interfacing Circuitry
Summary
Computer Analysis
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 Oscillator
Tuned Oscillator Circuit
Crystal Oscillator
Unijunction Oscillator
Summary
Computer Analysis
Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators)
Introduction
General Filter Considerations
Capacitor Filter
RC Filter
Discrete Transistor Voltage Regulation
IC Voltage Regulators
Practical Applications
Summary
Computer Analysis
Other Two-Terminal Devices
Introduction
Schottky Barrier (Hot-Carrier) Diodes
Varactor (Varicap) Diodes
Power Diodes
Tunnel Diodes
Photodiodes
Photoconductive Cells
IR Emitters
Liquid-Crystal Displays
Solar Cells
Thermistors
Summary
pnpn and Other Devices
Introduction
Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
Basic Silicon-Controlled Rectifier Operation
SCR Characteristics and Ratings
SCR Construction and Terminal Identification
SCR Applications
Silicon-Controlled Switch
Gate Turn-Off Switch
Light-Activated SCR
Shockley Diode
DIAC
TRIAC
Unijunction Transistor
Phototransistors
Opto-Isolators
Programmable Unijunction Transistor
Summary
Oscilloscope and Other Measuring Instruments
Introduction
Cathode Ray Tube--Theory and Construction
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope Operation
Voltage Sweep Operation
Synchronization and Triggering
Multitrace Operation
Measurement Using Calibrated CRO Scales
Special CRO Features
Signal Generators
Computer Analysis
Appendices
Making the Chips That Run the World
Hybrid Parameters--Conversion Equations (Exact and Approximate)
Ripple Factor and Voltage Calculations
Charts and Tables
Solutions to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems
Index