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Author Boylestad, Robert L.

Title Electronic devices and circuit theory / Robert L. Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky.

Published Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [2002]
©2002

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 UniM Store Engin f  621.3815 BOYL    AVAILABLE
Edition 8th ed.
Physical description xviii, 1020 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Notes Includes index.
Contents 1 Semiconductor Diodes 1 -- 1.2 Ideal Diode 1 -- 1.3 Semiconductor Materials 3 -- 1.4 Energy Levels 6 -- 1.5 Extrinsic Materials--n- and p-Type 7 -- 1.6 Semiconductor Diode 10 -- 1.7 Mathcad 17 -- 1.8 Resistance Levels 20 -- 1.9 Diode Equivalent Circuits 26 -- 1.10 Diode Specification Sheets 29 -- 1.11 Transition and Diffusion Capacitance 33 -- 1.12 Reverse Recovery Time 34 -- 1.13 Semiconductor Diode Notation 34 -- 1.14 Diode Testing 35 -- 1.15 Zener Diodes 37 -- 1.16 Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) 40 -- 1.17 Diode Arrays--Integrated Circuits 45 -- 1.19 Computer Analysis 47 -- 2 Diode Applications 55 -- 2.2 Load-Line Analysis 56 -- 2.3 Diode Approximations 62 -- 2.4 Series Diode Configurations with DC Inputs 64 -- 2.5 Parallel and Series--Parallel Configurations 69 -- 2.6 AND/OR Gates 72 -- 2.7 Sinusoidal Inputs; Half-Wave Rectification 74 -- 2.8 Full-Wave Rectification 77 -- 2.9 Clippers 81 -- 2.10 Clampers 88 -- 2.11 Zener Diodes 92 -- 2.12 Voltage-Multiplier Circuits 98 -- 2.13 Practical Applications 100 -- 2.15 Computer Analysis 113 -- 3 Bipolar Junction Transistors 131 -- 3.2 Transistor Construction 132 -- 3.3 Transistor Operation 132 -- 3.4 Common-Base Configuration 134 -- 3.5 Transistor Amplifying Action 138 -- 3.6 Common-Emitter Configuration 139 -- 3.7 Common-Collector Configuration 146 -- 3.8 Limits of Operation 147 -- 3.9 Transistor Specification Sheet 149 -- 3.10 Transistor Testing 153 -- 3.11 Transistor Casing and Terminal Identification 155 -- 3.13 Computer Analysis 158 -- 4 DC Biasing--BJTs 163 -- 4.2 Operating Point 164 -- 4.3 Fixed-Bias Circuit 166 -- 4.4 Emitter-Stabilized Bias Circuit 173 -- 4.5 Voltage-Divider Bias 177 -- 4.6 DC Bias with Voltage Feedback 186 -- 4.7 Miscellaneous Bias Configurations 189 -- 4.8 Design Operations 195 -- 4.9 Transistor Switching Networks 201 -- 4.10 Troubleshooting Techniques 206 -- 4.11 PNP Transistors 209 -- 4.12 Bias Stabilization 210 -- 4.13 Practical Applications 220 -- 4.15 Computer Analysis 231 -- 5 Field-Effect Transistors 245 -- 5.2 Construction and Characteristics of JFETs 246 -- 5.3 Transfer Characteristics 253 -- 5.4 Specification Sheets (JFETs) 259 -- 5.5 Instrumentation 260 -- 5.6 Important Relationships 262 -- 5.7 Depletion-Type MOSFET 265 -- 5.8 Enhancement-Type MOSFET 268 -- 5.9 MOSFET Handling 276 -- 5.10 VMOS 277 -- 5.11 CMOS 278 -- 5.14 Computer Analysis 282 -- 6 Fet Biasing 289 -- 6.2 Fixed-Bias Configuration 290 -- 6.3 Self-Bias Configuration 294 -- 6.4 Voltage-Divider Biasing 301 -- 6.5 Depletion-Type MOSFETs 307 -- 6.6 Enhancement-Type MOSFETs 311 -- 6.8 Combination Networks 319 -- 6.9 Design 322 -- 6.10 Troubleshooting 324 -- 6.11 P-Channel FETs 325 -- 6.12 Universal JFET Bias Curve 328 -- 6.13 Practical Applications 331 -- 6.15 Computer Analysis 344 -- 7 BJT Transistor Modeling 355 -- 7.2 Amplification in the AC Domain 355 -- 7.3 BJT Transistor Modeling 356 -- 7.4 Important Parameters: Z[subscript i], Z[subscript o], A[subscript v], A[subscript i] 358 -- 7.5 R[subscript e] Transistor Model 364 -- 7.6 Hybrid Equivalent Model 371 -- 7.7 Graphical Determination of the h-Parameters 377 -- 7.8 Variations of Transistor Parameters 381 -- 8 BJT Small-Signal Analysis 389 -- 8.2 Common-Emitter Fixed-Bias Configuration 389 -- 8.3 Voltage-Divider Bias 393 -- 8.4 CE Emitter-Bias Configuration 396 -- 8.5 Emitter-Follower Configuration 404 -- 8.6 Common-Base Configuration 409 -- 8.7 Collector Feedback Configuration 411 -- 8.8 Collector DC Feedback Configuration 417 -- 8.9 Approximate Hybrid Equivalent Circuit 420 -- 8.10 Complete Hybrid Equivalent Model 426 -- 8.12 Troubleshooting 433 -- 8.13 Practical Applications 436 -- 8.15 Computer Analysis 446 -- 9 FET Small-Signal Analysis 461 -- 9.2 FET Small-Signal Model 462 -- 9.3 JFET Fixed-Bias Configuration 469 -- 9.4 JFET Self-Bias Configuration 472 -- 9.5 JFET Voltage-Divider Configuration 479 -- 9.6 JFET Source-Follower (Common-Drain) Configuration 480 -- 9.7 JFET Common-Gate Configuration 483 -- 9.8 Depletion-Type MOSFETs 487 -- 9.9 Enhancement-Type MOSFETs 489 -- 9.10 E-MOSFET Drain-Feedback Configuration 490 -- 9.11 E-MOSFET Voltage-Divider Configuration 493 -- 9.12 Designing FET Amplifier Networks 494 -- 9.14 Troubleshooting 500 -- 9.15 Practical Applications 500 -- 9.17 Computer Analysis 512 -- 10 Systems Approach--Effects of R[subscript S] and R[subscript L] 525 -- 10.2 Two-Port Systems 525 -- 10.3 Effect of a Load Impedance (R[subscript L]) 527 -- 10.4 Effect of a Source Impedance (R[subscript S]) 532 -- 10.5 Combined Effect of R[subscript S] and R[subscript L] 534 -- 10.6 BJT CE Networks 536 -- 10.7 BJT Emitter-Follower Networks 542 -- 10.8 BJT CB Networks 545 -- 10.9 FET Networks 547 -- 10.11 Cascaded Systems 554 -- 10.13 Computer Analysis 557 -- 11 BJT and Jfet Frequency Response 569 -- 11.2 Logarithms 569 -- 11.3 Decibels 575 -- 11.4 General Frequency Considerations 576 -- 11.5 Low-Frequency Analysis--Bode Plot 579 -- 11.6 Low-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier 586 -- 11.7 Low-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier 594 -- 11.8 Miller Effect Capacitance 600 -- 11.9 High-Frequency Response--BJT Amplifier 602 -- 11.10 High-Frequency Response--FET Amplifier 609 -- 11.11 Multistage Frequency Effects 613 -- 11.12 Square-Wave Testing 615 -- 11.14 Computer Analysis 620 -- 12 Compound Configurations 627 -- 12.2 Cascade Connection 627 -- 12.3 Cascode Connection 632 -- 12.4 Darlington Connection 633 -- 12.5 Feedback Pair 638 -- 12.6 CMOS Circuit 642 -- 12.7 Current Source Circuits 644 -- 12.8 Current Mirror Circuits 646 -- 12.9 Differential Amplifier Circuit 651 -- 12.10 BIFET, BIMOS, and CMOS Differential Amplifier Circuits 657 -- 12.12 Computer Analysis 660 -- 13 Operational Amplifiers 675 -- 13.2 Differential and Common-Mode Operation 677 -- 13.3 Op-Amp Basics 681 -- 13.4 Practical Op-Amp Circuits 685 -- 13.5 Op-Amp Specifications--DC Offset Parameters 691 -- 13.6 Op-Amp Specifications--Frequency Parameters 694 -- 13.7 Op-Amp Unit Specifications 698 -- 13.9 Computer Analysis 705 -- 14 Op-Amp Applications 715 -- 14.1 Constant-Gain Multiplier 715 -- 14.2 Voltage Summing 719 -- 14.3 Voltage Buffer 722 -- 14.4 Controller Sources 723 -- 14.5 Instrumentation Circuits 725 -- 14.6 Active Filters 729 -- 14.8 Computer Analysis 733 -- 15 Power Amplifiers 747 -- 15.1 Introduction--Definitions and Amplifier Types 747 -- 15.2 Series-Fed Class A Amplifier 749 -- 15.3 Transformer-Coupled Class A Amplifier 754 -- 15.4 Class B Amplifier Operation 761 -- 15.5 Class B Amplifier Circuits 765 -- 15.6 Amplifier Distortion 772 -- 15.7 Power Transistor Heat Sinking 776 -- 15.8 Class C and Class D Amplifiers 780 -- 15.10 Computer Analysis 784 -- 16 Linear-Digital ICs 791 -- 16.2 Comparator Unit Operation 791 -- 16.3 Digital-Analog Converters 798 -- 16.4 Timer IC Unit Operation 802 -- 16.5 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator 805 -- 16.6 Phase-Locked Loop 808 -- 16.7 Interfacing Circuitry 812 -- 16.9 Computer Analysis 815 -- 17 Feedback and Oscillator Circuits 821 -- 17.1 Feedback Concepts 821 -- 17.2 Feedback Connection Types 822 -- 17.3 Practical Feedback Circuits 828 -- 17.4 Feedback Amplifier--Phase and Frequency Considerations 835 -- 17.5 Oscillator Operation 837 -- 17.6 Phase-Shift Oscillator 839 -- 17.7 Wien Bridge Oscillator 842 -- 17.8 Tuned Oscillator Circuit 843 -- 17.9 Crystal Oscillator 846 -- 17.10 Unijunction Oscillator 850 -- 17.12 Computer Analysis 853 -- 18 Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators) 859 -- 18.2 General Filter Considerations 859 -- 18.3 Capacitor Filter 862 -- 18.4 RC Filter 865 -- 18.5 Discrete Transistor Voltage Regulation 868 -- 18.6 IC Voltage Regulators 875 -- 18.7 Practical Applications 880 -- 18.9 Computer Analysis 884 -- 19 Other Two-Terminal Devices 889 -- 19.2 Schottky Barrier (Hot-Carrier) Diodes 889 -- 19.3 Varactor (Varicap) Diodes 892 -- 19.4 Power Diodes 897 -- 19.5 Tunnel Diodes 898
-- 19.6 Photodiodes 902 -- 19.7 Photoconductive Cells 906 -- 19.8 IR Emitters 908 -- 19.9 Liquid-Crystal Displays 909 -- 19.10 Solar Cells 912 -- 19.11 Thermistors 916 -- 20 pnpn and Other Devices 923 -- 20.2 Silicon-Controlled Rectifier 923 -- 20.3 Basic Silicon-Controlled Rectifier Operation 923 -- 20.4 SCR Characteristics and Ratings 925 -- 20.5 SCR Construction and Terminal Identification 927 -- 20.6 SCR Applications 928 -- 20.7 Silicon-Controlled Switch 932 --
20.8 Gate Turn-Off Switch 934 -- 20.9 Light-Activated SCR 935 -- 20.10 Shockley Diode 937 -- 20.11 DIAC 938 -- 20.12 TRIAC 940 -- 20.13 Unijunction Transistor 941 -- 20.14 Phototransistors 950 -- 20.15 Opto-Isolators 952 -- 20.16 Programmable Unijunction Transistor 955 -- 21 Oscilloscope and Other Measuring Instruments 965 -- 21.2 Cathode Ray Tube--Theory and Construction 965 -- 21.3 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope Operation 966 -- 21.4 Voltage Sweep Operation 967 -- 21.5 Synchronization and Triggering 970 -- 21.6 Multitrace Operation 974 -- 21.7 Measurement Using Calibrated CRO Scales 974 -- 21.8 Special CRO Features 979 -- 21.9 Signal Generators 980 -- 21.10 Computer Analysis 982 -- A Making the Chips That Run the World 983 -- B Hybrid Parameters--Conversion Equations (Exact and Approximate) 996 -- C Ripple Factor and Voltage Calculations 998.
System notes System requirements for accompanying computer disc: Windows 95 or higher.
Other author Nashelsky, Louis.
Subject Electronic circuits.
Electronic apparatus and appliances.
ISBN 0130284831 (alk. paper)
0130925446 (CD-ROM)