Introduction to electronics [electronic resource] / Theodore Korneff.

Author
Korneff, Theodore [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Academic Press international ed.
Published/​Created
New York : Academic Press, 1966.
Description
1 online resource (558 p.)

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Subject(s)
Summary note
Introduction to Electronics
Notes
Includes index.
Language note
English
Contents
  • Front Cover; Introduction to Electronics; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. DC Circuits; 1.1 Resistance; 1.2 Some Useful Relations; 1.3 Galvanometer; 1.4 Voltmeter; 1.5 Loading; 1.6 Ammeter; 1.7 Internal Resistance; 1.8 Ohmmeter; 1.9 Multirange Ohmmeter; 1.10 Low-Resistance Ohmmeter; 1.11 Positive and Negative Current; 1.12 Branch-Current Method; 1.13 Loop-Current Method; 1.14 Thévenin's Theorem; 1.15 Power; 1.16 The Principle of Superposition; Problems; Chapter 2. AC Circuits; 2.1 Sinusoidal Voltage and Current; 2.2 Wave Form; 2.3 Resistive Load; 2.4 Instantaneous Power
  • 2.5 Average Power2.6 Differential Properties of R, L, and C; 2.7 Phasor Concept; 2.8 Average Power when Phase Angle is Not Zero; 2.9 The Complex Plane; 2.10 Z as a Complex Quantity; 2.11 Numerical Examples; 2.12 Parallel Circuits; Problems; Chapter 3. Filters and Tuned Circuits; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Frequency Response; 3.3 Low-Pass Filters; 3.4 High-Pass Filters; 3.5 Tuned Circuits; 3.6 Band Width; 3.7 Parallel Tuned Circuits; 3.8 Bandpass Circuits; 3.9 Band Rejection Filters or Wave Traps; Problems; Chapter 4. Diodes; 4.1 Vacuum Diodes; 4.2 Carrier Production; 4.3 Thermionic Emission
  • 4.4 Field Emission4.5 Photoelectric Emission; 4.6 Secondary Emission; 4.7 DC Characteristics of the Thermionic Vacuum Diode; 4.8 Dynamic Transfer Curve; 4.9 Conduction in Solids-Energy-Band Picture; 4.10 Doping of Semiconductors; 4.11 Junction Diodes; 4.12 The Gas Diode; 4.13 The Thyratron; Problems; Chapter 5. Power Supplies; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Rectification; 5.3 Transients in RC Circuits; 5.4 Simple RC filter; 5.5 Choke Input Filter; 5.6 Capacitor Input Filter; 5.7 Voltage Dividers; 5.8 VR Tube Regulator Circuit; 5.9 Bridge Circuit; 5.10 Voltage Doublers; Problems
  • Chapter 6. Vacuum Tubes-Graphical (Triodes and Pentodes)6.1 Triodes; 6.2 Triode Action; 6.3 DC Characteristics of a Triode; 6.4 AC Characteristics of a Triode; 6.5 Graphical Determination of AC Characteristics; 6.6 Amplifier with Resistive Load; 6.7 Transfer Curve; 6.8 Effect of RL on Av; 6.9 RC Coupling; 6.10 Biasing Methods; 6.11 Class of Amplification; 6.12 Pentodes; Problems; Chapter 7. Voltage Amplifiers-Analytic; 7.1 AC Voltage-Equivalent Circuit; 7.2 Voltage Gain as a Function of RL; 7.3 Interelectrode Capacitance; 7.4 Miller Capacitance
  • 7.5 AC Equivalent Circuit as a Function of Frequency7.6 Low-Frequency Range; 7.7 Intermediate Frequency Range; 7.8 High-Frequency Range; 7.9 Band Width of RC-Coupled Voltage Amplifier; 7.10 Input and Output Impedance; 7.11 Cathode Follower; Problems; Chapter 8. Power Amplifiers; 8.1 Need for Power Amplifiers; 8.2 Output Transformer; 8.3 Power Amplifier Tubes and Circuits; 8.4 Nonlinear Operation; 8.5 Graphical Solution; 8.6 Analytical Approach; 8.7 Push-Pull Operation; 8.8 Phase Splitters; 8.9 A Brief Study of Four Audio Amplifiers; Problems; Chapter 9. Oscillators; 9.1 Oscillators
  • 9.2 Phase-Shift Oscillator
ISBN
  • 1-299-47343-1
  • 0-323-14614-7
OCLC
841914806
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