Electronic Devices (Conventional Flow Version) / Edition 6by Thomas L. Floyd
Pub. Date: 06/13/2001
Publisher: Pearson Education
This popular, up-to-date devices book takes a strong systems approach that identifies the circuits and components within a system, and helps readers see how the circuit relates to the overall system function. Floyd is well known for straightforward, understandable explanations of complex concepts, as well as for non-technical, on-target treatment of mathematics. The… See more details below
This popular, up-to-date devices book takes a strong systems approach that identifies the circuits and components within a system, and helps readers see how the circuit relates to the overall system function. Floyd is well known for straightforward, understandable explanations of complex concepts, as well as for non-technical, on-target treatment of mathematics. The extensive use of examples, Multisim simulations, and graphical illustrations makes even complex concepts understandable. From discrete components, to linear integrated circuits, to programmable analog devices, this book's coverage is well balanced between discrete and integrated circuits. Also includes focus on power amplifiers; BJT and FET amplifiers; advanced integrated circuitsinstrumentation and isolation amplifiers; OTAs; log/antilog amplifiers; and converters. Thorough coverage of optical topicshigh intensity LEDs and fiber optics. Devices sections on differential amplifiers and the IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor) are now included. For electronics technicians.
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- 6TH BK&CDR
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- 8.66(w) x 11.22(h) x 1.42(d)
Table of Contents(NOTE: Most chapters conclude with a System Applications section.)
1. Semiconductor Basics.
Atomic Structures. Semiconductors, Conductors, and Insulators. Covalent Bonds. Conduction in Semiconductors. N-Type and P-Type Semiconductors. The Diode. Biasing the Diode. Voltage-Current Characteristic of a Diode. Diode Models. Testing a Diode.
2. Diode Applications.
Half-Wave Rectifiers. Full-Wave Rectifiers. Power Supply Filters and Regulators. Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuits. Voltage Multipliers. The Diode Data Sheet. Troubleshooting.
3. Special-Purpose Diodes.
Zener Diodes. Zener Diode Applications. Varactor Diodes. Optical Diodes. Other Types of Diodes. Troubleshooting.
4. Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs).
Transistor Structure. Basic Transistor Operation. Transistor Characteristics and Parameters. The Transistor as an Amplifier. The Transistor as a Switch. Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification. Troubleshooting.
5. Transistor Bias Circuits.
The DC Operating Point. Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification. Troubleshooting.
6. BJT Amplifiers.
Amplifier Operation. Transistor AC Equivalent Circuits. The Common-Emitter Amplifier. The Common-Collector Amplifier. The Common-Base Amplifiers. Multistage Amplifiers. The Differential Amplifier. Troubleshooting.
7. Field-Effect Transistors (FETs).
The JFET. JFET Characteristics and Parameters. JFET Biasing. The MOSFET. MOSFET Characteristics and Parameters. MOSFET Biasing. Troubleshooting.
8. FET Amplifiers.
FET Amplification. Common-Source Amplifiers. Common-Drain Amplifiers. Common-Gate Amplifiers.Troubleshooting.
9. Power Amplifiers.
Class A Power Amplifiers. Class B and Class AB Push-Pull Amplifiers. Class C Amplifiers. Troubleshooting.
10. Amplifier Frequency Response.
Basic Concepts. The Decibel. Low-Frequency Amplifier Response. High-Frequency Amplifier Response. Total Amplifier Frequency Response. Frequency Response of Multistage Amplifiers. Frequency Response Measurement.
11. Thyristors and Other Devices.
The Basic 4-Layer Device. The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier (SCR). SCR Applications. The Diac and Triac. The Silicon-Controlled Switch (SCS). The Unijunction Transistor (UJT). The Programmable Unijunction Transistor (PUT). The IGBT. The Phototransistor. The Light-Activated SCR (LASCR). Optical Couplers. Fiber Optics.
12. The Operational Amplifier.
Introduction to Operational Amplifiers. Op-Amp Input Modes and Parameters. Negative Feedback. Op-Amps with Negative Feedback. Effects of Negative Feedback on Op-Amp Impedances. Bias Current and Offset Voltage Compensation. Open-Loop Response. Closed-Loop Response. Troubleshooting.
13. Basic Op-Amp Circuits.
Comparators. Summing Amplifiers. Integrators and Differentiators. Troubleshooting.
14. Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits.
Instrumentation Amplifiers. Isolation Amplifiers. Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs). Log and Antilog Amplifiers. Converters and Other Op-Amp Circuits.
15. Active Filters.
Basic Filter Reponses. Filter Response Characteristics. Active Low-Pass Filters. Active High-Pass Filters. Active Band-Pass Filters. Active Band-Stop Filters. Filter Response Measurements.
The Oscillator. Feedback Oscillator Principles. Oscillators with RC Feedback Circuits. Oscillators with LC Feedback Circuits. Relaxation Oscillators. The 555 Timer as an Oscillator.
17. Communications Circuits.
Basic Receivers. The Linear Multiplier. Amplitude Modulation. The Mixer. AM Demodulation. IF and Audio Amplifiers. Frequency Modulation. The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL).
18. Voltage Regulators.
Voltage Regulation. Basic Series Regulators. Basic Shunt Regulators. Basic Switching Regulators. Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators. Applications of IC Voltage Regulators.
19. Programmable Analog Arrays.
The Field-Programmable Analog Array (FPAA). Switched-Capacitor Circuits. A Specific FPAA. FPAA Programming.
Appendix A: Table of Standard Resistor Values.
Appendix B: Derivations of Selected Equations.
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.
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