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Title:
Electronic devices : electron-flow version
Author:
Floyd, Thomas L.
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Edition:
Third edition.
Publication Information:
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780136491460
Format :
Book

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For mid-level courses in Electronic Devices. From discrete components to linear integrated circuits, this popular devices text takes a strong systems approach that identifies the circuits and components within a system, and helps students see how the circuit relates to the overall system function. Floyd is well-known for straightforward, understandable explanations of complex concepts, as well as for non-technical, on-target treatment of mathematics. His coverage is carefully balanced between discrete and integrated circuits and his extensive use of examples makes even complex concepts understandable. One of the best-illustrated, most up-to-date texts in the field today, Electronic Devices: Electron Flow Version, 3/E features more than nine hundred visuals, and simulation software exercises. *FREE Electronics Workbench (EWB) CD-ROM disk packaged with every text-This CD-ROM includes: - Over 100 circuits from the text drawn in EWB for student laboratory use. These include troubleshooting exercises. - A demonstration version of Electronics Workbench version 5.X. - Full student version of EWB version 5.X available for purchase by contacting Interactive Image Technologies. Circuits draw


Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Semiconductors
1-1 Atomic Structuresp. 2
1-2 Semiconductors, Conductors, and Insulatorsp. 5
1-3 Covalent Bondsp. 8
1-4 Conduction in Semiconductorsp. 10
1-5 N-Type and P-Type Semiconductorsp. 13
1-6 The Diodep. 16
1-7 Biasing the Diodep. 19
1-8 Voltage-Current Characteristic of a Diodep. 24
1-9 Diode Modelsp. 27
1-10 Testing a Diodep. 34
2 Diode Applicationsp. 48
2-1 Half-Wave Rectifiersp. 50
2-2 Full-Wave Rectifiersp. 56
2-3 Power Supply Filters and Regulatorsp. 64
2-4 Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuitsp. 72
2-5 Voltage Multipliersp. 80
2-6 The Diode Data Sheetp. 82
2-7 Troubleshootingp. 87
System Applicationp. 96
3 Special-Purpose Diodesp. 112
3-1 Zener Diodesp. 114
3-2 Zener Diode Applicationsp. 122
3-3 Varactor Diodesp. 129
3-4 Optical Diodesp. 134
3-5 Other Types of Diodesp. 144
3-6 Troubleshootingp. 149
System Applicationp. 152
4 Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)p. 168
4-1 Transistor Structurep. 170
4-2 Basic Transistor Operationp. 171
4-3 Transistor Characteristics and Parametersp. 174
4-4 The Transistor as an Amplifierp. 187
4-5 The Transistor as a Switchp. 190
4-6 Transistor Packages and Terminal Identificationp. 193
4-7 Troubleshootingp. 196
System Applicationp. 204
5 Transistor Bias Circuitsp. 222
5-1 The DC Operating Pointp. 224
5-2 Voltage-Divider Biasp. 230
5-3 Other Bias Methodsp. 239
5-4 Troubleshootingp. 245
System Applicationp. 249
6 BJT Amplifiersp. 266
6-1 Amplifier Operationp. 268
6-2 Transistor AC Equivalent Circuitsp. 271
6-3 The Common-Emitter Amplifierp. 274
6-4 The Common-Collector Amplifierp. 287
6-5 The Common-Base Amplifierp. 294
6-6 Multistage Amplifiersp. 297
6-7 Troubleshootingp. 302
System Applicationp. 306
7 Field-Effect Transistors (FETs)p. 326
7-1 The JFETp. 328
7-2 JFET Characteristics and Parametersp. 330
7-3 JFET Biasingp. 340
7-4 The MOSFETp. 351
7-5 MOSFET Characteristics and Parametersp. 356
7-6 MOSFET Biasingp. 359
7-7 Troubleshootingp. 363
System Applicationp. 365
8 FET Amplifiersp. 386
8-1 FET Amplificationp. 388
8-2 Common-Source Amplifiersp. 391
8-3 Common-Drain Amplifiersp. 402
8-4 Common-Gate Amplifiersp. 405
8-5 Troubleshootingp. 407
System Applicationp. 410
9 Power Amplifiersp. 426
9-1 Class A Power Amplifiersp. 428
9-2 Class B and Class AB Push-Pull Amplifiersp. 434
9-3 Class C Amplifiersp. 448
9-4 Troubleshootingp. 455
System Applicationp. 458
10 Amplifier Frequency Responsep. 474
10-1 Basic Conceptsp. 476
10-2 The Decibelp. 479
10-3 Low-Frequency Amplifier Responsep. 483
10-4 High-Frequency Amplifier Responsep. 500
10-5 Total Amplifier Frequency Responsep. 511
10-6 Frequency Response of Multistage Amplifiersp. 514
10-7 Frequency Response Measurementp. 516
System Applicationp. 519
11 Thyristors and Other Devicesp. 532
11-1 The Basic 4-Layer Devicep. 534
11-2 The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier (SCR)p. 537
11-3 SCR Applicationsp. 542
11-4 The Diac and Triacp. 547
11-5 The Silicon-Controlled Switch (SCS)p. 551
11-6 The Unijunction Transistor (UJT)p. 553
11-7 The Programmable Unijunction Transistor (PUT)p. 557
11-8 The Phototransistorp. 559
11-9 The Light-Activated SCR (LASCR)p. 563
11-10 Optical Couplersp. 564
System Applicationp. 567
12 Operational Amplifiersp. 580
12-1 Introduction to Operational Amplifiersp. 582
12-2 Op-Amp Input Modes and Parametersp. 584
12-3 Negative Feedbackp. 591
12-4 Op-Amps with Negative Feedbackp. 593
12-5 Effects of Negative Feedback on Op-Amp Impedancesp. 598
12-6 Bias Current and Offset Voltage Compensationp. 604
12-7 Open-Loop Responsep. 607
12-8 Closed-Loop Responsep. 614
12-9 Troubleshootingp. 617
System Applicationp. 619
13 Basic Op-Amp Applicationsp. 642
13-1 Comparatorsp. 644
13-2 Summing Amplifiersp. 656
13-3 Integrators and Differentiatorsp. 663
13-4 Troubleshootingp. 669
System Applicationp. 673
14 Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuitsp. 692
14-1 Instrumentation Amplifiersp. 694
14-2 Isolation Amplifiersp. 699
14-3 Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs)p. 704
14-4 Log and Antilog Amplifiersp. 711
14-5 Converters and Other Op-Amp Circuitsp. 717
System Applicationp. 720
15 Active Filtersp. 734
15-1 Basic Filter Responsesp. 736
15-2 Filter Response Characteristicsp. 744
15-3 Active Low-Pass Filtersp. 744
15-4 Active High-Pass Filtersp. 748
15-5 Active Band-Pass Filtersp. 751
15-6 Active Band-Stop Filtersp. 757
15-7 Filter Response Measurementsp. 759
System Applicationp. 761
16 Oscillatorsp. 772
16-1 The Oscillatorp. 774
16-2 Feedback Oscillator Principlesp. 775
16-3 Oscillators with RC Feedback Circuitsp. 777
16-4 Oscillators with LC Feedback Circuitsp. 785
16-5 Relaxation Oscillatorsp. 793
16-6 The 555 Timer as an Oscillatorp. 799
System Applicationp. 805
17 Communications Circuitsp. 818
17-1 Basic Receiversp. 820
17-2 The Linear Multiplierp. 825
17-3 Amplitude Modulationp. 831
17-4 The Mixerp. 838
17-5 AM Demodulationp. 841
17-6 IF and Audio Amplifiersp. 842
17-7 Frequency Modulationp. 845
17-8 The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL)p. 849
System Applicationp. 858
18 Voltage Regulatorsp. 874
18-1 Voltage Regulationp. 876
18-2 Basic Series Regulatorsp. 879
18-3 Basic Shunt Regulatorsp. 885
18-4 Basic Switching Regulatorsp. 888
18-5 Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulatorsp. 894
18-6 Applications of IC Voltage Regulatorsp. 900
System Applicationp. 906
Appendices
A Table of Standard Resistor Valuesp. 917
B Derivations of Selected Equationsp. 918
C Data Sheetsp. 929
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problemsp. 964
Glossaryp. 978
Indexp. 985