Electronics : circuits, amplifiers and gates
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 D.V. Bugg.
 Edition
 2nd ed.
 Imprint
 New York : Taylor & Francis, 2006.
 Physical description
 352 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Course
 PHYSICS10401  Electronics and Introduction to Experimental Methods
 Instructor(s)
 John Fox
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Creators/Contributors
 Author/Creator
 Bugg, D. V. (David Vernon)
Contents/Summary
 Contents

 VOLTAGE, CURRENT AND RESISTANCE Basic Notions Waveforms Ohm's Law Diodes Kirchhoff's Laws Node Voltages EARTHS Superposition Summary THEVENIN AND NORTON Thevenin's Theorem How to Measure VEQ and REQ Current Sources Norton's Theorem General Remarks on Thevenin's Theorem and Norton's Matching Amplifiers Systems Summary CAPACITANCE Charge and Capacitance Energy Stored in a Capacitor The Effect of a Dielectric Capacitors in Parallel Capacitors in Series The CR Transient AC Coupling and Baseline Shift Stray Capacitance Integration and Differentiation Thevenin's Theorem Again Summary ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC): BANDWIDTH Introduction Power in a Resistor: RMS Quantities Phase Relations Response of a Capacitor to AC Simple Filter Circuits Power Factor Amplifiers Bandwidth Noise and Bandwidth Summary INDUCTANCE Faraday's Law Selfinductance LR Transient Energy Stored in an Inductor Stray Inductance Response of an Inductor to Alternating Current Phasors Summary COMPLEX NUMBERS: IMPEDANCE Complex Numbers AC Voltages and Currents Inductance Summary on Impedance Impedances in Series Impedances in Parallel Power Bridges OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK Introduction Series Voltage Feedback Approximations in Voltage Feedback Shunt Feedback The Analogue Adder The Differential Amplifier GainBandwidth Product Offset Voltage and Bias Current Complex Feedback Loops Impedance Transformation Input and Output Impedances with Feedback Stabilised Current Supplies Input Impedance with Shunt Feedback Oscillation INTEGRATION AND DIFFERENTIATION Integration The Miller Effect Compensation Differentiation The Charge Sensitive Amplifier THE DIODE AND THE BIPOLAR TRANSISTOR Conductors Semiconductors and Doping The pn Junction Diode The Diode as a Switch The npn Bipolar Transistor Simple Transistor Circuits Voltage Amplification Biasing THE FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (FET) Gate Action Simple FET Amplifiers MOSFETs Fabrication of Transistors and Integrated Circuits CMOS EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS FOR DIODES AND TRANSISTORS Introduction: The Diode An Equivalent Circuit for the Bipolar Transistor The Hybridp Equivalent Circuit The FET The Common Emitter Amplifier Performance of the Common Emitter Amplifier Emitter Follower FETs GATES Introduction Logic Combinations of A and B Boolean Algebra De Morgan's Theorems The Full Adder The Karnaugh Map Don't Care or Can't Happen Conditions Products of Karnaugh Maps Products of Sums Use of NOR and NAND Gates Decoders and Encoders Multiplexing SEQUENTIAL LOGIC The RS FlipFlop Clocks The JK FlipFlop A Scaleof4 Counter State Diagrams Trapping Sequences: Pattern Recognition The Monostable The Pulse Generator RESONANCE AND RINGING Introduction Resonance in a Series LCR Circuit Transient in a CL Circuit Transient in the Series LCR Circuit Parallel LCR Poles and Zeros FOURIER'S THEOREM Introduction A Square Wave Applied to a CR Filter How to Find Fourier Coefficients The Heterodyne Principle Broadcasting Frequency Modulation (FM) Frequency Multiplexing Time Division Multiplexing Fourier Series Using Complex Exponentials Fourier Transforms Response to an impulse Fourier Analysis of a Damped Oscillator The Perfect Filter TRANSFORMERS AND 3PHASE SUPPLIES Introduction Energy Stored in a Transformer Circuit Equations and Equivalent Circuits Three Phase Systems Balanced Loads APPENDIX A: THEVENIN'S THEOREM APPENDIX B: EXPONENTIALS INDEX.
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 Publisher's summary

Introduced more than a decade ago, the first edition of D.V. Bugg's "Electronics: Circuits, Amplifiers and Gates" became widely popular for its comprehensive yet concise coverage of all the major introductory topics in electronics. Today, semiconductor chips and integrated circuits are used universally. This second edition was revised and streamlined to focus on the basic principles required to apply this extensive technology. "Electronics: Circuits, Amplifiers and Gates, Second Edition" offers a complete introduction to the fundamentals of AC and DC circuits along with complex numbers, bandwidth, and operational amplifiers. It includes a description of the working principles of transistors, outlining doping and the operation of the diode, bipolar transistor, and field effect transistor. The book also features a section on digital logic and concludes with more advanced chapters describing resonance and transients and their relation through Fourier analysis.Updated to reflect advances in the field over the past decade, this book is fully illustrated throughout with numerous worked examples and sample problems.
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Subjects
 Subjects
 Electronics > Textbooks.
Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 2006
 Note
 Includes index.
 ISBN
 0750310375 (alk. paper)
 9780750310376 (alk. paper)