- Book Name: Complete Electronics Self Teaching Guide with Projects By Earl Boysen and Harry Kybett
- Author: Earl Boysen and Harry Kybett
- Pages: 578
- Size: 9 MB
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The rapid growth of modern electronics is truly a phenomenon. Electronic devices (including cell phones, personal computers, portable MP3 players, and digital cameras) are a big part of many of our daily lives. Many industries have been founded, and older industries have been revamped, because of the availability and application of modern electronics in manufacturing processes, as well as in electronic products. Electronic products are constantly evolving, and their impact on our lives, and even the way we socialize, is substantial.
WHAT THIS BOOK TEACHES
Complete Electronics Self-Teaching Guide with Projects is for anyone who has a basic understanding of electronics concepts and wants to understand the operation of components found in the most common discrete circuits. The chapters focus on circuits that are the building blocks for many common electronic devices, and on the very few (but important) principles you need to know to work with electronics.
The arrangement and approach is completely different from any other book on electronics in that it uses a question-and-answer approach to help you understand how electronic circuits work. This book steps you through calculations for every example in an easy-to-understand fashion, and you do not need to have a mathematical background beyond first-year algebra to follow along.
For many of you, the best way to understand new concepts is by doing, rather than reading or listening. This book reinforces your understanding of electronic concepts by leading you through the calculations and concepts for key circuits, as well as the construction of circuits. Projects interspersed throughout the material enable you to get hands-on practice. You build many of the circuits and observe or measure how they work.
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Helpful sidebars are interspersed throughout the book to provide more information about how components work, and how to choose the right component. Other sidebars provide discussions of techniques for building and testing circuits. If you want this additional information, be sure to read these.
Understanding the circuits composed of discrete components and the applicable calculations discussed is useful not only in building and designing circuits, but it also helps you to work with integrated circuits (ICs). That’s because ICs use miniaturized components (such as transistors, diodes, capacitors, and resistors) that function based on the same rules as discrete components (along with some specific rules necessitated by the extremely small size of IC components).
HOW THIS BOOK IS ORGANIZED
This book is organized with sets of problems that challenge you to think through a concept or procedure, and then provides answers so that you can constantly check your progress and understanding. Specifically, the chapters in this book are organized as follows:
CHAPTER 1 DC Review and Pre-Test—This chapter provides a review and pre-test on the basic concepts, components, and calculations that are useful when working with direct current (DC) circuits.
CHAPTER 2 The Diode—This chapter teaches you about the diode, including how you use diodes in DC circuits, the main characteristics of diodes, and calculations you can use to determine current, voltage, and power.
CHAPTER 3 Introduction to the Transistor—This chapter explores the transistor and how it’s used in circuits. You also discover how bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) and junction field effect transistors (JFETs) control the flow of electric current.
CHAPTER 4 The Transistor Switch—This chapter examines the simplest and most widespread application of the transistor: switching. In addition to learning how to design a transistor circuit to drive a particular load, you also compare the switching action of a JFET and a BJT.
CHAPTER 5 AC Pre-Test and Review—This chapter examines the basic concepts and equations for alternating current (AC) circuits. You discover how to use resistors and capacitors in AC circuits, and learn related calculations
CHAPTER 6 Filters—This chapter looks at how resistors, capacitors, and inductors are used in high-pass filters and low-pass filters to pass or block AC signals above or below a certain frequency.
CHAPTER 7 Resonant Circuits—This chapter examines the use of capacitors, inductors, and resistors in bandpass filters and band-reject filters to pass or block AC signals in a band of frequencies. You also learn how to calculate the resonance frequency and bandwidth of these circuits. This chapter also introduces the use of resonant circuits in oscillators.
CHAPTER 8 Transistor Amplifiers—This chapter explores the use of transistor amplifiers to amplify electrical signals. In addition to examining the fundamental steps used to design BJT-based amplifiers, you learn how to use JFETs and operational amplifiers (opamps) in amplifier circuits.
CHAPTER 9 Oscillators —This chapter introduces you to the oscillator, a circuit that produces a continuous AC output signal. You learn how an oscillator works and step through the procedure to design and build an oscillator.
CHAPTER 10 The Transformer—This chapter discusses how a transformer converts AC voltage to a higher or lower voltage. You learn how a transformer makes this conversion and how to calculate the resulting output voltage.
CHAPTER 11 Power Supply Circuits—This chapter examines how power supplies convert AC to DC with a circuit made up of transformers, diodes, capacitors, and resistors. You also learn how to calculate the values of components that produce a specified DC output voltage for a power supply circuit.
CHAPTER 12 Conclusion and Final Self-Test—This chapter enables you to check your overall knowledge of electronics concepts presented in this book through the use of a final self-test.
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