Fundamentals of Linear Electronics

Fundamentals of Linear Electronics

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Keeping pace with the electronics industry, this edition of our popular Fundamentals of Linear Electronics combination book/lab manual now features reduced coverage of discrete circuitry to allow readers more time to focus on integrated circuits. The first section of book introduces the building blocks - that is, the components used to build electronics circuits - such as the op-amp that provides the foundation for much of today's modern circuitry. The second section progresses logically into an exploration of the circuitry used to construct electronics systems, including: active filters, oscillators, differential amplifiers, voltage regulators, analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, power amplifiers, and phase-control circuits using SCRs and Triacs. Pre-labs at the end of each chapter simulate the hardware lab experiments while requiring use of a calculator and, if possible, verification of results using MultiSIM or other electronic analysis software.OPERATION OF THE SCR IN FORWARD BIAS Figure 17-4 shows the anode of the SCR equivalent circuit connected to a positive supply ... With the base current in both transistors equal to zero, both transistors are cut off, and no current flows through the load. ... Let us assume values in the circuit to make this point clear.

Title:Fundamentals of Linear Electronics
Author:James F. Cox
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2002


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