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ОбложкаEggleston D.L. Basic electronics for scientists and engineers. - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. - xiii, 251 p.: ill. - Ref.: p.245-246. - Ind.: p.247-251. - ISBN 978-0-521-15430-7
Шифр: (И/З.8-Е29) 02
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
 
Preface ........................................................ xi

1  Basic concepts and resistor circuits ......................... 1
   1.1  Basics .................................................. 1
   1.2  Resistors ............................................... 4
   1.3  AC signals ............................................. 19
   Exercises ................................................... 23
   Further reading ............................................. 26
2  AC circuits ................................................. 27
   2.1  Introduction ........................................... 27
   2.2  Capacitors ............................................. 27
   2.3  Inductors .............................................. 29
   2.4  RC circuits ............................................ 30
   2.5  Response to a sine wave ................................ 37
   2.6  Using complex numbers in electronics ................... 43
   2.7  Using the complex exponential method for a switching
        problem ................................................ 54
   2.8  Fourier analysis ....................................... 58
   2.9  Transformers ........................................... 61
   Exercises ................................................... 65
   Further reading ............................................. 67
3  Band theory and diode circuits .............................. 68
   3.1  The band theory of solids .............................. 68
   3.2  Diode circuits ......................................... 80
   Exercises .................................................. 101
   Further reading ............................................ 103
4  Bipolar junction transistors ............................... 104
   4.1  Introduction .......................................... 104
   4.2  Bipolar transistor fundamentals ....................... 104
   4.3  DC and switching applications ......................... 108
   4.4  Amplifiers ............................................ 110
   Exercises .................................................. 131
   Further reading ............................................ 132
5  Field-effect transistors ................................... 133
   5.1  Introduction .......................................... 133
   5.2  Field-effect transistor fundamentals .................. 134
   5.3  DC and switching applications ......................... 140
   5.4  Amplifiers ............................................ 141
   Exercises .................................................. 150
   Further reading ............................................ 151
6  Operational amplifiers ..................................... 152
   6.1  Introduction .......................................... 152
   6.2  Non-linear applications I ............................. 153
   6.3  Linear applications ................................... 154
   6.4  Practical considerations for real op-amps ............. 159
   6.5  Non-linear applications II ............................ 165
   Exercises .................................................. 168
   Further reading ............................................ 170
7  Oscillators ................................................ 171
   7.1  Introduction .......................................... 171
   7.2  Relaxation oscillators ................................ 171
   7.3  Sinusoidal oscillators ................................ 185
   7.4  Oscillator application: EM communications ............. 193
   Exercises .................................................. 198
   Further reading ............................................ 199
8  Digital circuits and devices ............................... 200
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 200
   8.2  Binary numbers ........................................ 200
   8.3  Representing binary numbers in a circuit .............. 202
   8.4  Logic gates ........................................... 204
   8.5  Implementing logical functions ........................ 206
   8.6  Boolean algebra ....................................... 208
   8.7  Making logic gates .................................... 211
   8.8  Adders ................................................ 213
   8.9  Information registers ................................. 216
   8.10 Counters .............................................. 220
   8.11 Displays and decoders ................................. 223
   8.12 Shift registers ....................................... 224
   8.13 Digital to analog converters .......................... 227
   8.14 Analog to digital converters .......................... 228
   8.15 Multiplexers and demultiplexers ....................... 229
   8.16 Memory chips .......................................... 232
   Exercises .................................................. 234
   Further reading ............................................ 235
   
Appendix A: Selected answers to exercises ..................... 236
Appendix B: Solving a set of linear algebraic equations ....... 238
Appendix C: Inductively coupled circuits ...................... 241
References .................................................... 245
Index ......................................................... 247
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