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Transistor Circuit Techniques: Discrete and Integrated (Tutorial Guides in Electronic Engineering)
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Thoroughly revised and updated, this highly successful textbook guides students through the analysis and design of transistor circuits. It covers a wide range of circuitry, both linear and switching.
Transistor Circuit Techniques: Discrete and Integrated provides students with an overview of fundamental qualitative circuit operation, followed by an examination of analysis and design procedure. It incorporates worked problems and design examples to illustrate the concepts. This third edition includes two additional chapters on power amplifiers and power supplies, which further develop many of the circuit design techniques introduced in earlier chapters.
Part of the Tutorial Guides in Electronic Engineering series, this book is intended for first and second year undergraduate courses. A complete text on its own, it offers the added advantage of being cross-referenced to other titles in the series. It is an ideal textbook for both students and instructors.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #767629 in Books
- Brand: Brand: CRC Press
- Published on: 2003-05-14
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 10.00" h x .51" w x 7.01" l, 1.08 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 240 pages
- Used Book in Good Condition
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Great Electronics Book
This is one of the best electronics books I've read. It thoroughly explains concepts without cramming too many design examples, quizzes, and other side notes into the text. If you have been looking for a book that directly explains basic electronics concepts and gives excellent design examples, and practice problems, this is your book.
P.S. I own The Art of Electronics, the so-called "bible" of electronics, and it is for sure, but this book explains the basic and even intermediate/advanced concepts much better. The Art of Electronics is almost like an encyclopedia of electronics. That is, it's much more a reference book for practicing engineers and researchers in a university or company. In that book, the reader is assumed to have a fairly good working knowledge of electronics.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Pretty helpful book.
By A. Gossage
I purchased this book to help me understand transistors better. It's a much smaller book than the popular Sedra&Smith book. So it's easy to carry on the subway and read. The circuits in the book have detailed explanations attached to them, there are questions at the end of each chapter, and the answers to chapter problems are in the back of the book. So, it's like a small paperback text book. The later chapters get into using OP amps along with transistors to create various types of power supplies. There is a very small amount of time spent on the physics of transistors devices. I've found this book to be pretty helpful.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
By LB Electronics
Great treatise on how circuits go together ! Good reference for anyne working with discrete transistors