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Electronic Devices and Circuit

Electronic Devices and Circuit

  • B.P Singh
  • Rekha Singh
  • Author: B.P Singh
    • ISBN:9788131760895
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131760898
    • Price:Rs. 709.00
    • Pages:1000
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Intended as a first text for the students of electronics, this book emphasizes the basic working principles and operations of semiconductor devices and teaches the reader how to analyze and design electronic circuits using various devices. In the second edition of the book, the treatment of the topics has been made simple and lucid with the help of extended derivations and an exhaustive number of new figures, illustrations and solved examples.

    Table of Content

    1. Physics of Semi Conductors
    2. Physical Phenomenon in p-n junction
    3. Diode as Circuit Element
    4. Junction Diode Rectifier
    5. Physical Phenomenon in BJT
    6. Physical phenomenon in JET and MOSFET
    7. Biasing of BJT
    8. BJT Amplifiers
    9. FET Amplifiers
    10. Frequency Response of BJT Amplifiers
    11. Multistage Amplifiers
    12. Feedback in Amplifiers
    13. Oscillators
    14. Power Amplifiers
    15. Operational Amplifiers
    16. Regulated Power Supplies
    17. Integrated Circuit Timers
    18. Special Two-Terminal Devices
    19. Tuned Amplifiers
    20. Thyristors

    Salient Features

    • Circuits using diodes explained in detail with constant current source and constant voltage source regions
    • Extensive coverage of FET, MOSFET, Dual Gate MOSFET, CMOS, MESFET, DVCVS/DVCCS
    • Biasing of discrete BJTs and ICs discussed in detail
    • Additional new topics on Thyristors, High Frequency Diodes, Tunnel Diodes
    • Excellent pedagogy
      • More than 425 solved examples
      • 865 figures and illustrations
      • 640 Chapter-end Exercises, including Multiple Choice Questions and Unsolved Problems
      • Answers to all Multiple Choice Questions