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Basic Electronics for Scientists and Engineers

ISBN-10: 0521154308

ISBN-13: 9780521154307

Edition: 2011

Authors: Dennis L. Eggleston

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List price: $72.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 4/28/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 261
Size: 7.48" wide x 9.65" long x 0.59" tall
Weight: 0.990

Dennis L. Eggleston is Professor of Physics at Occidental College, Los Angeles, where he teaches undergraduate courses and labs at all levels (including the course on which this textbook is based). He has also established an active research program in plasma physics and, together with his undergraduate assistants, he has designed and constructed three plasma devices which form the basis for an active research program in plasma physics.

Preface
Basic concepts and resistor circuits
Basics
Resistors
AC signals
Exercises
Further reading
AC circuits
Introduction
Capacitors
Inductors
RC circuits
Response to a sine wave
Using complex numbers in electronics
Using the complex exponential method for a switching problem
Fourier analysis
Transformers
Exercises
Further reading
Band theory and diode circuits
The band theory of solids
Diode circuits
Exercises
Further reading
Bipolar junction transistors
Introduction
Bipolar transistor fundamentals
DC and switching applications
Amplifiers
Exercises
Further reading
Field-effect transistors
Introduction
Field-effect transistor fundamentals
DC and switching applications
Amplifiers
Exercises
Further reading
Operational amplifiers
Introduction
Non-linear applications I
Linear applications
Practical considerations for real op-amps
Non-linear applications II
Exercises
Further reading
Oscillators
Introduction
Relaxation oscillators
Sinusoidal oscillators
Oscillator application: EM communications
Exercises
Further reading
Digital circuits and devices
Introduction
Binary numbers
Representing binary numbers in a circuit
Logic gates
Implementing logical functions
Boolean algebra
Making logic gates
Adders
Information registers
Counters
Displays and decoders
Shift registers
Digital to analog converters
Analog to digital converters
Multiplexers and demultiplexers
Memory chips
Exercises
Further Reading
Selected answers to exercises
Solving a set of linear algebraic equations
Inductively coupled circuits
References
Index