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The fourth edition of this work provides optional computer analysis exercises in selected examples, troubleshooting selections and Applications Assignments. It uses straigtforward explanations and limits mathematics to only what is needed for understanding electric circuits fundamentals and the type of electronic devices and applications students are likely to encounter on the job. The book provides coverage of measurement, with measurement instruments discussed in the chapter where their usage is introduced.

### Table of Contents

Electronics Fundamentals 7th Edition TOC |

Part I DC Circuits |

Chapter 1 Quantities and Units |

1-1 Scientific and Engineering Notation |

1-2 Units and Metric Prefixes |

1-3 Metric Unit Conversions |

1-4 Measured Numbers |

1-5 Electrical Safety |

Chapter 2 Voltage, Current, and Resistance |

2-1 Atoms |

2-2 Electrical Charge |

2-3 Voltage |

2-4 Current |

2-5 Resistance |

2-6 The Electric Circuit |

2-7 Basic Circuit Measurements |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 3 Ohm's Law, Energy, and Power |

3-1 Ohm's Law |

3-2 Application of Ohm's Law |

3-3 Energy and Power |

3-4 Power in an Electric Circuit |

3-5 The Power Rating of Resistors |

3-6 Energy Conversion and Voltage Drop in a Resistance |

3-7 Power Supplies |

3-8 Introduction to Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 4 Series Circuits |

4-1 Resistors in Series |

4-2 Total Series Resistance |

4-3 Current in a Series Circuit |

4-4 Application of Ohm's Law |

4-5 Voltage Sources in Series |

4-6 Kirchhoff's Voltage Law |

4-7 Voltage Dividers |

4-8 Power in Series Circuits |

4-9 Voltage Measurements |

4-10 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 5 Parallel Circuits |

5-1 Resistors in Parallel |

5-2 Total Parallel Resistance |

5-3 Voltage in a Parallel Circuit |

5-4 Application of Ohm's Law |

5-5 Kirchhoff's Current Law |

5-6 Current Dividers |

5-7 Power in Parallel Circuits |

5-8 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 6 Series-Parallel Circuits |

6-1 Identifying Series-Parallel Relationships |

6-2 Analysis of Series-Parallel Resistive Circuits |

6-3 Voltage Dividers with Resistive Loads |

6-4 Loading Effect of a Voltmeter |

6-5 The Wheatstone Bridge |

6-6 Thevenin's Theorem |

6-7 The Maximum Power Transfer Theorem |

6-8 The Superposition Theorem |

6-9 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism |

7-1 The Magnetic Field |

7-2 Electromagnetism |

7-3 Electromagnetic Devices |

7-4 Magnetic Hysteresis |

7-5 Electromagnetic Induction |

7-6 Applications of Electromagnetic Induction |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Part II AC Circuits |

Chapter 8 Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage |

8-1 The Sinusoidal Waveform |

8-2 Sinusoidal Voltage Sources |

8-3 Voltage and Current Values of Sine Waves |

8-4 Angular Measurement of a Sine Wave |

8-5 The Sine Wave Formula |

8-6 Analysis of AC Circuits |

8-7 Superimposed DC and AC Voltages |

8-8 Nonsinusoidal Waveforms |

8-9 The Oscilloscope |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 9 Capacitors |

9-1 The Basic Capacitor |

9-2 Types of Capacitors |

9-3 Series Capacitors |

9-4 Parallel Capacitors |

9-5 Capacitors in DC Circuits |

9-6 Capacitors in AC Circuits |

9-7 Capacitor Applications |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 10 RC Circuits |

10-1 Sinusoidal Response of RC Circuits |

10-2 Impedance and Phase Angle of Series RC Circuits |

10-3 Analysis of Series RC Circuits |

10-4 Impedance and Phase Angle of Parallel RC Circuits |

10-5 Analysis of Parallel RC Circuits |

10-6 Analysis of Series-Parallel RC Circuits |

10-7 Power in RC Circuits |

10-8 Basic Applications |

10-9 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 11 Inductors |

11-1 The Basic Inductor |

11-2 Types of Inductors |

11-3 Series and Parallel Inductors |

11-4 Inductors in DC Circuits |

11-5 Inductors in AC Circuits |

11-6 Inductor Applications |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 12 RL Circuits |

12-1 Sinusoidal Response of RL Circuits |

12-2 Impedance and Phase Angle of Series RL Circuits |

12-3 Analysis of Series RL Circuits |

12-4 Impedance and Phase Angle of Parallel RL Circuits |

12-5 Analysis of Parallel RL Circuits |

12-6 Analysis of Series-Parallel RL Circuits |

12-7 Power in RL Circuits |

12-8 Basic Applications |

12-9 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 13 RLC Circuits and Resonance |

13-1 Impedance and Phase Angle of Series RLC Circuits |

13-2 Analysis of Series RLC Circuits |

13-3 Series Resonance |

13-4 Series Resonant Filters |

13-5 Parallel RLC Circuits |

13-6 Parallel Resonance |

13-7 Parallel Resonant Filters |

13-8 Applications |

Application Assignment Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 14 Time Response of Reactive Circuits |

14-1 The RC Integrator |

14-2 Response of RC Integrators to a Single Pulse |

14-3 Response of RC Integrators to Repetitive Pulses |

14-4 Response of RC Differentiators to a Single Pulse |

14-5 Response of RC Differentiators to Repetitive Pulses |

14-6 Response of RL Integrators to Pulse Inputs |

14-7 Response of RL Differentiators to Pulse Inputs |

14-8 Applications |

14-9 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 15 Transformers |

15-1 Mutual Inductance |

15-2 The Basic Transformer |

15-3 Step-Up and Step-Down Transformers |

15-4 Loading the Secondary |

15-5 Reflected Load |

15-6 Impedance Matching |

15-7 Nonideal Transformer Characteristics |

15-8 Tapped and Multiple-Winding Transformers |

15-9 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Part III Devices |

Chapter 16 Diodes and Applications |

16-1 Introduction to Semiconductors |

16-2 The PN Junction Diode |

16-3 Diode Characteristics |

16-4 Diode Rectifiers |

16-5 Power Supplies |

16-6 Special-Purpose Diodes |

16-7 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 17 Transistors and Applications |

17-1 DC Operation of Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) |

17-2 BJT Class A Amplifiers |

17-3 BJT Class B Amplifiers |

17-4 The BJT as a Switch |

17-5 DC Operations of Field-Effect Transistors (FETs) |

17-6 FET Amplifiers |

17-7 Feedback Oscillators |

17-8 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 18 The Operational Amplifier |

18-1 Introduction to the Operational Amplifier |

18-2 The Differential Amplifier |

18-3 Op-Amp Parameters |

18-4 Negative Feedback |

18-5 Op-Amp Configurations with Negative Feedback |

18-6 Op-Amp Impedances |

18-7 Troubleshooting |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 19 Basic Op-Amp Circuits |

19-1 Comparators |

19-2 Summing Amplifiers |

19-3 Integrators and Differentiators |

19-4 Oscillators |

19-5 Active Filters |

19-6 Voltage Regulators |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 20 Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits |

20-1 Instrumentation Amplifiers |

20-2 Isolation Amplifiers |

20-3 Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs) |

20-4 Active Diode Circuits |

20-5 Other Op-Amp Circuits |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Chapter 21 Measurement, Conversion, and Control |

21-1 Temperature Measurement |

21-2 Strain, Pressure, and Flow-Rate Measurements |

21-3 Motion Measurement |

21-4 Sample-and-Hold Circuits |

21-5 Analog-to-Digital Conversion |

21-6 Power-Control Circuits |

Application Assignment: Putting Your Knowledge to Work |

Appendices |

A Table of Standard Resistor Values |

B Capacitor Color Coding and Marking |

C The Current Source, Norton's Theorem, and Millman's Theorem |

D Devices Data Sheets |

E Field-Programmable Analog Arrays (FPAAs) |

Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems |

Glossary |

Index |