Electronics - From Theory Into Practice deals with design procedures in electronics and bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and practice. It provides design examples and discusses the use of the Laplace Transform for solving engineering problems. The book introduces bipolar and field effect transistor, the unijunction transistor and the silicon-controlled rectifier, and shows how data sheets are used in design calculations. It then examines the development of integrated circuits and their characteristics. Following this discussion are chapters that contain a brief treatment of theory limited to the extraction of necessary design relationships. The book concludes by considering the general aspects of electronic engineering practice. This book will be of use to practising engineers, particularly those trained in other disciplines, who are taking on a certain amount of electronic design.For instance, the input signals for an audio amplifier are obtained from a microphone, the pick-up of a record player, or the ... By comparison, amplifiers for use in servo systems and analogue computers are required to amplify down to zeroanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronics – From Theory Into Practice|
|Author||:||J. E. Fisher, H. B. Gatland|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|