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Electronics Theory and Practice introduces the key areas of analog electronics through practicals, worked examples and concise explanations. The author is a senior lecturer at De Montfort University and his approach is a proven way of teaching the essentials of electronics to groups with a variety of academic backgrounds.
This is an ideal text for first year modules and HNC/D units - comprehensive, concise and affordable.
Audience: Students on higher technician and first degree courses in electronics.
CONTENTS INCLUDE: Fundamental theorems; Biasing; Load lines - AC DC - Q point; Transistor modelling; Current gain; Voltage gain; Cascaded systems; Bode plots; Effects of capacitors; High frequency; Op-Amps general; Op-Amps applications; Op-Amps Oscillators; Bandwidth gain considerations; Index