Electronics: Principles and Applications introduces principles and applications of analog devices, circuits and systems. Like earlier editions, the Sixth Edition combines theory with real world applications in a well-paced sequence that introduces students to such topics as semiconductors,op amps, linear integrated circuits, and switching power supplies. Its purpose is to prepare students to effectively diagnose, repair, verify, and install electronic circuits and systems. Prerequisites are a command of algebra and an understanding of fundamental electrical concepts.
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New information about transistors as switches, switch-mode amplifiers, direct digital synthesis, and digital signal processing.
Plentiful, worked-out examples, tests, performance objectives, and critical thinking questions reinforce and enhance key concepts.
Key terms highlighted as margin features enhance student comprehension. Other margin features extend learning and provide practical tips for job seekers.
Experiments Manual contains nearly 40 experiments and correlates with the text. It helps students gain practical, hands-on experiences to reinforce subject matter and develop troubleshooting skills.
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Book Description Career Education, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0078309778