Foundations of Wireless and Electronics, 10th Edition covers the cathode-ray and microwave tubes; modern pulse methods; f.m. detectors; basic processes of transmission; and reception, computers, and non-sinusoidal signal amplification. The book starts by giving a general overview of a complete electronic system, electricity and circuits, capacitance, and inductance. The text also discusses alternating currents (a.c.), including the frequency and phase of a.c.; the capacitance and inductance in a.c. circuits; and the capacitance and inductance in a series. Diodes, triode, transistor equivalent circuits, and a suitable working point are also considered. The book describes oscillation, transmission lines, radiation and antennas, and audio-frequency amplification. The super heterodyne principle, radio- and intermediate-frequency amplification, electronic waveform generators, and switches are also encompassed. The text will be useful to electronics engineers, electricians, and computer engineers.By connecting a second type e circuit in parallel with the transformer, to give an equal voltage output of opposite ... For purposes where it is important that the voltage should remain steady in spite of a fluctuating load currentafor example, high-power Class B amplifiersawhat is called a choke-input filter is used. In the circuit diagram this looks the same as, say, Fig. ... The output voltage falls very rapidly up to, say, one tenth full load current (below which the current is not allowed to fall)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of Wireless and Electronics|
|Author||:||M. G. Scroggie, S. W. Amos|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|