Electronic Devices and Circuits by David A Bell
Electronic Devices And Circuits is the perfect guide for budding engineers and aims to help them develop and design electrical circuitry and modern day technology.
Summary Of The Book
Electronic Devices And Circuits, written by David A. Bell, delves into the latest technology and provides information on topics ranging from semiconductors to RC and LC Supply Filters. It bares all the principles that will help readers understand the working of electrical devices and the detailed circuitry involved. Targeting electronic appliances, the author has emphasised on device operation, characteristics of each device, and circuit applications. This book has been specifically written for undergraduate students who are pursuing their engineering in fields like Electronics, Instrumentation, Electrical, Electronics and Communication.
Electronic Devices And Circuits provides a comprehensive coverage of the topics, due to which it is a reference textbook in universities all over the world. This edition of the book contains topics such as BJT Specifications and Performance, AC Analysis of FET Circuits, Amplifiers with Negative Feedback, Power Amplifiers, Small Signal Amplifiers, Diode Applications, Laser Diode and Field Effect Transistors. It also stands out owing to factors like the addition of new chapters that cover Active Filters, Pulse Generators, Tuned Circuit Amplifiers, Photomultiplier Tubes, Signal Generators, Thyristors, FET Biasing, BJT Biasing, Optoelectronic Devices, and Bipolar Junction Transistors.
Numerous simple and practical circuit design examples are also present in Electronic Devices And Circuits. The book also includes illustrations with explanatory captions. The appendices contain topics like device data sheets and the answers to the odd-numbered problems.
About David A. Bell
David A. Bell is an engineer, professor and circuit design specialist. Bell has written 5 textbooks based on Electronics Engineering. His works include Electric Circuits, Electric Circuits and Electronic Devices, Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements and Operational Amplifiers & Linear Ics. An engineer by profession, David A. Bell has served as a faculty member at the Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ontario, Canada. He was previously employed as a Circuit Design specialist in the electronics industry. Bells books are a hot favourite among students and have been used in colleges in India, Canada, and the United States of America.
Table of Contents
- Basic Semiconductor and Pn-Junction Theory
- Semiconductor Diodes
- Diode Applications
- Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
- BJT Biasing
- AC Analysis of BJT Circuits
- Fabrication of Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits
- BJT Specifications and Performance
- Field Effect Transistors
- FET Biasing
- AC Analysis of FET Circuits
- Small Signal Amplifiers
- Amplifiers with Negative Feedback
- IC Operational Amplifiers and Basic Op-amp Circuits
- Operational Amplifier Frequency Response and Compensation
- Signal Generators
- Active Filters
- Linear and Switching Voltage Regulators
- Power Amplifiers
- Optoelectronic Devices
- Miscellaneous Devices
- Appendix A Device Data Sheets
- Appendix B Standard Component Values
- Appendix C Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
Publisher: Oxford Publications
Length: 944 Pages