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About this title This comprehensive book meets the content requirements of most technical schools without hampering the reader with excessive detail. A strong emphasis on troubleshooting will help prepare the reader for work in the industry. For technician-level courses in analog circuits and those who are pursuing a career in electrical technology. From the Back Cover: Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, Second Edition, presents an introduction to discrete linear devices and circuits, followed by comprehensive coverage of operational amplifiers and other linear integrated circuits.

This new edition has been expanded and improved to include up-to-date coverage of these topics in a format containing a wealth of features to enhance the learning process.

The text opens with five chapters providing a fundamental discussion of basic concepts, diodes, transistors, and amplifiers. The following ten chapters focus on integrated circuit op-amps, active filters, oscillators, power supplies, special amplifiers, communications circuits, data conversion circuits, and measurement and control circuits. Extensive troubleshooting material and exercises appear throughout these chapters, and further practice and understanding can be achieved with the use of the CD-ROM described below.

In addition, the following innovative features assist in making Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, Second Edition, the leading text in its area: Current in a circuit is indicated by a polarized meter symbol that allows the user to apply the direction of preference. Current meters show relative current magnitude in a circuit. Emphasis is on analog integrated circuits, but good coverage of discrete circuits is also included.

Topics that are generally not found in other textbooks, such as RF amplifiers and transducers, are included. System applications with Troubleshooting exercises incorporate realistic printed circuit boards, and a related full-color insert section is included. All rights reserved. Also, this textbook provides extensive troubleshooting and applications coverage.

Applications are shown with a realistic printed circuit board format in the last section of each chapter. This second edition updates and improves coverage of the various operational amplifiers and other analog circuits introduced in the first edition. In some cases, the explanation was streamlined or improved. For example, a brief discussion of triggering SCRs and triacs by microcontrollers was added in Chapter Key terms are presented in the chapter opener and highlighted in color in the text with a margin icon.

It uses a graphical interface to place components on a "workbench" and simulated instruments to view the results. Current in Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, Second Edition, is indicated by a meter notation rather than by directional arrows. This unique approach accomplishes two things. First, it eliminates the need to distinguish between conventional flow and electron flow because it indicates current direction by polarity signs, just as an actual ammeter does.

Users can interpret current direction based on the meter polarity in accordance with their particular preference. Second, in addition to current direction, the meter notation provides relative magnitudes of the currents in a given circuit by observing the number of bars. Overview The first five chapters provide a fundamental coverage of basic concepts, diodes, transistors, and amplifiers.

The last ten chapters focus on integrated circuit op-amps, active filters, oscillators, power supplies, special amplifiers, communications circuits, data conversion circuits, and measurement and control circuits. Discrete Devices and Circuits. The first part of the text consists of five chapters as follows: Chapter 1 presents an introduction to analog electronics, analog signals, amplifiers, and troubleshooting.

Chapter 2 covers diodes, rectifiers, and regulators. Chapter 3 introduces bipolar junction transistors and BJT amplifiers. Chapter 4 gives a basic treatment of field-effect transistors and FET amplifiers. Chapter 5 deals with multistage amplifiers, radio-frequency RF amplifiers, and power amplifiers.

Analog Integrated Circuits. The second part of the text consists of ten chapters that cover analog integrated circuits as follows: Chapter 6 provides an introduction to operational amplifiers. Op-amp frequency response is covered in Chapter 7, and basic op-amp circuits comparators, summing amplifiers, integrators, and differentiators is the: topic of Chapter 8.

Active op-amp filters are covered in Chapter 9, and oscillators ands timers are introduced in Chapter Power supplies are covered in Chapter Communication circuits AM and FM receivers, , linear multipliers, mixers, and phase-locked loops are studied in Chapter Data conversion circuits such as analog switches, sample-and-hold circuits, digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converters, and voltage-to-frequency and frequency-to-voltage converters are among the topics in Chapter Finally, Chapter 15 covers various types of transducers and associated measurement circuits.

Features Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, Second Edition, is innovative in four areas: Current in a circuit is indicated by a polarized meter symbol that allows the user to apply the direction of preference. Also, current meters show relative current magnitude ins a circuit. Emphasis is on analog integrated circuits, but also there is a good coverage of discrete circuits. Topics that are generally not found in competing textbooks, such as RF amplifiers and transducers, are covered.

Chapter Pedagogy Chapter Opener. Each chapter begins with a two-page spread. Section Opener and Section Review Questions. Each section within a chapter begins with an opening introduction and list of section objectives.

Each section ends with a set of review questions that focus on key concepts. Answers to review questions are given at the end of the chapter. Key Terms. Certain terms are in color and are identified by a margin icon.

These key terms, as well other bold terms, are defined in the end-of-chapter glossary and in the end-of-book glossary. Examples and Practice Exercises. Worked-out examples are used to illustrate and clarify topics covered in the text.

At the end of every example and within the example box is a practice exercise that either reinforces the example or focuses on a related topic. Answers to the practice exercises are given at the end of the chapter.

System Application. The last section of each chapter except Chapter 1 is a system application of devices and circuits related to the chapter coverage. These activities include relating a schematic to a realistic printed circuit board, making measurements, troubleshooting, and writing reports.

Three selected system applications are related to the full-color insert as indicated by a special logo. The system application is an optional feature which if omitted will not affect the coverage of any other topics. The variety of "systems" is intended to give students an appreciation for the wide range of applications for electronic devices and to provide motivation to learn the basic concepts of each chapter. The system application sections can be used as: A part of each chapter for the purpose of relating devices to a realistic application and for establishing a useful purpose for devices covered.

All or selected activities can be assigned and discussed in class or turned in for a grade. A separate out-of-class assignment to be turned in for extra credit. An in-class activity to promote and stimulate discussion and interaction among students and between students and instructor. An illustration to help answer the question that many students have: "Why do I need to know this?

To the Student Any career training requires hard work, and electronics is no exception. The best way to learn new material is by reading, thinking, and doing. This text is designed to help you along the way by providing an overview and objectives for each section, numerous worked-out examples, practice exercises, and review questions with answers.

Read each section of the text carefully and think about what you have read. Work through the example problems step-by-step before trying the practice exercise that goes with the example.

Sometimes more than one reading of a section will be necessary. After each section, check your understanding by answering the section review questions. Review the chapter summary, glossary, and formula list. Take the multiple-choice self-test. Finally, work the problems at the end of the chapter. Check your answers to the self-test and the odd-numbered problems against those provided. Working problems is the most important way to check your comprehension and solidify concepts. One of the best ways to reinforce text material is through the actual construction of circuits in the laboratory.

You will become a better troubleshooter as well if you "learn by doing:" Circuit construction reinforces troubleshooting skills because you will find that many times a simple wiring error or other fault is accidentally introduced in your experiment. Making a circuit work correctly involves analysis of the circuit as well as logical thinking. The names of many of the early pioneers in electricity and electromagnetics still live on in terms of familiar units and quantities.

More widely known names such as Franklin and Edison are also significant in the history of electricity and electronics because of their tremendous contributions. The Beginning of Electronics. Early experiments with electronics involved electric currents in vacuum tubes. Heinrich Geissler removed most of the air from a glass tube and found that the tube glowed when there was current through it.

Later, Sir William Crookes found the current in vacuum tubes seemed to consist of particles. Thomas Edison experimented with carbon filament bulbs with plates and discovered that there was a current from the hot filament to a positively charged plate.

He patented the idea but never used it. Other early experimenters measured the properties of the particles that flowed in vacuum tubes. Sir Joseph Thompson measured properties of these particles, later called electrons.

Although wireless telegraphic communication dates back to , electronics is basically a 20th century concept that began with the invention of the vacuum tube amplifier. An early vacuum tube that allowed current in only one direction was constructed by John A. Fleming in Called the Fleming valve, it was the forerunner of vacuum tube diodes.


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