Electronic Components and Systems focuses on the principles and processes in the field of electronics and the integrated circuit. Covered in the book are basic aspects and physical fundamentals; different types of materials involved in the field; and passive and active electronic components such as capacitors, inductors, diodes, and transistors. Also covered in the book are topics such as the fabrication of semiconductors and integrated circuits; analog circuitry; digital logic technology; and microprocessors. The monograph is recommended for beginning electrical engineers who would like to know the fundamental concepts, theories, and processes in the related fields.
Contents 1 Basic Concepts 2 Materials 3 Passive Components — Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors 4 Active Components I: Semiconductor Diodes 5 Active Components II: Bipolar Transistors 6 Active Components III: Unipolar Transistors 7 Fabrication of Semiconductors and Integrated Circuits 8 Analogue Circuitry 9 Digital Logic Technology 10 Digital Computers 11 Microprocessors 12 Very-Large-Scale Integration 13 Optoelectronic Components Further Reading Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1982
- 18th March 1982
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