A Textbook of Applied Electronics

A Textbook of Applied Electronics
Author: RS Sedha
Publsiher: S. Chand Publishing
Total Pages: 992
Release: 2008-02
Genre: Electronic circuits
ISBN: 9788121927833

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The present book has been throughly revised and lot of useful material has been added .saveral photographs of electronic devices and their specifications sheets have been included.This will help the students to have a better understanding of the electrinic devices and circuits from application point of view.the mistake and misprints,which has crept in,have been eliminated in this edition.

Applied Electronics

Applied Electronics
Author: John Morris
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 281
Release: 1996-11-29
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781136073250

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This book provides a sound introduction to basic electronic concepts in a lively and practical format. It effectively meets the needs of both the electronics option of the advanced GNVQ in engineering and the BTEC National certificate in electronics and includes hands-on practical investigations and self-test questions which will appeal to a wide range of readers. Applied Electronics employs user-friendly text and a non-mathematical approach to develop the reader's ability and understanding of the principles of analogue and digital electronics. Beginning with the semiconductor devices themselves, it progresses through amplifiers and power supplies to combinational and sequential logic.

Applied Electronics

Applied Electronics
Author: Truman S. Gray
Publsiher: Mit Press
Total Pages: 910
Release: 1954-02-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 0262571900

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A basic text covering the physical phenomena involved in electronic conduction; ways in which these phenomena combine to govern the characteristics, ratings, and limitations of electronic devices; and applications of electronics to the various branches of electrical engineering.

Electronic Materials

Electronic Materials
Author: Yuriy M. Poplavko
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 707
Release: 2018-11-23
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9780128152560

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Mechanical and thermal properties are reviewed and electrical and magnetic properties are emphasized. Basics of symmetry and internal structure of crystals and the main properties of metals, dielectrics, semiconductors, and magnetic materials are discussed. The theory and modern experimental data are presented, as well as the specifications of materials that are necessary for practical application in electronics. The modern state of research in nanophysics of metals, magnetic materials, dielectrics and semiconductors is taken into account, with particular attention to the influence of structure on the physical properties of nano-materials. The book uses simplified mathematical treatment of theories, while emphasis is placed on the basic concepts of physical phenomena in electronic materials. Most chapters are devoted to the advanced scientific and technological problems of electronic materials; in addition, some new insights into theoretical facts relevant to technical devices are presented. Electronic Materials is an essential reference for newcomers to the field of electronics, providing a fundamental understanding of important basic and advanced concepts in electronic materials science. Provides important overview of the fundamentals of electronic materials properties significant for device applications along with advanced and applied concepts essential to those working in the field of electronics Takes a simplified and mathematical approach to theories essential to the understanding of electronic materials and summarizes important takeaways at the end of each chapter Interweaves modern experimental data and research in topics such as nanophysics, nanomaterials and dielectrics

A Textbook of Electronic Circuits

A Textbook of Electronic Circuits
Author: R. S. Sedha
Publsiher: S. Chand
Total Pages: 1157
Release: 2014-10
Genre: Electronic apparatus and appliances
ISBN: 9788121928038

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The foremost and primary aim of the book is to meant the requirements of students of Anna University, Bharathidasan University, Mumbai University as well as B.E. / B.Sc of all other Indian Universities.

Basic Electronics

Basic Electronics
Author: BL Theraja
Publsiher: S. Chand Publishing
Total Pages: 740
Release: 2007
Genre: Science
ISBN: 812192555X

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Aims of the Book:The foremost and primary aim of the book is to meet the requirements of students pursuing following courses of study:1.Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering(ECE)-3-year course offered by various Indian and foreign polytechnics and technical institutes like city and guilds of London Institute(CGLI).2.B.E.(Elect.& Comm.)-4-year course offered by various Engineering Colleges.efforts have beenmade to cover the papers:Electronics-I & II and Pulse and Digital Circuits.3.B.Sc.(Elect.)-3-Year vocationalised course recently introduced by Approach.

A Textbook of Applied Electronics LPSPE

A Textbook of Applied Electronics  LPSPE
Author: Sedha R.S.
Publsiher: S. Chand Publishing
Total Pages: 1199
Release: 2022
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9789355010681

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For close to 30 years, “A Textbook of Applied Electronics” has been a comprehensive text for undergraduate students of Electronics and Communications Engineering. The book comprises of 35 chapters, all delving on important concepts such as structure of solids, DC resistive circuits, PN junction, PN junction diode, rectifiers and filters, hybrid parameters, power amplifiers, sinusoidal oscillators, and time base circuits. In addition, the book consists of several chapter-wise questions and detailed diagrams to understand the complex concepts of applied electronics better. This book is also becomes an essential-read for aspirants preparing for competitive examinations like GATE and NET.

Electronics and Communications for Scientists and Engineers

Electronics and Communications for Scientists and Engineers
Author: Martin Plonus
Publsiher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Total Pages: 512
Release: 2020-02-25
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9780128170090

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Electronics and Communications for Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition, offers a valuable and unique overview on the basics of electronic technology and the internet. Class-tested over many years with students at Northwestern University, this useful text covers the essential electronics and communications topics for students and practitioners in engineering, physics, chemistry, and other applied sciences. It describes the electronic underpinnings of the World Wide Web and explains the basics of digital technology, including computing and communications, circuits, analog and digital electronics, as well as special topics such as operational amplifiers, data compression, ultra high definition TV, artificial intelligence, and quantum computers. Incorporates comprehensive updates and expanded material in all chapters where appropriate Includes new problems added throughout the text Features an updated section on RLC circuits Presents revised and new content in Chapters 7, 8, and 9 on digital systems, showing the many changes and rapid progress in these areas since 2000