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Principles of Transistor Circuits: Sixth Edition discusses the principles, concepts, and practices involved integrated circuits. The current edition includes up-to-date circuits, the section on thyristors has been revised to give more information on modern types, and dated information has been eliminated. The book covers related topics such as semiconductors and junction diodes; the principles behind transistors; and common amplifiers. The book also covers bias and DC stabilization; large-signal and small-signal AF amplifiers; DC and pulse amplifiers; sinusoidal oscillators; pulse and sawtooth generators; and digital circuits. The book also includes Appendix A, which covers the manufacture of transistors and integrated circuits; and Appendix B, which covers transistor parameters. The text is recommended for electronic engineers who would like to know about the principles, components, and advances related to integrated circuits.
1 Semiconductors and Junction Diodes
2 Basic Principles of Transistors
3 Common-base and Common-gate Amplifiers
4 Common-emitter and Common-source Amplifiers
5 Common-collector and Common-drain Amplifiers (Emitter and Source Followers)
6 Bias and D . C Stabilization
7 Small-Signal A.F. Amplifiers
8 Large-Signal A.F. Amplifiers
9 D.C. and Pulse Amplifiers
10 I.F. Amplifiers
11 Sinusoidal Oscillators
12 Detectors, Frequency Changers and Receivers
13 Pulse Generators
14 Sawtooth Generators
15 Digital Circuits
16 Further Applications of Transistors and other Semiconductor Devices
Appendix A The Manufacture of Transistors and Integrated Circuits
Appendix A Transistor Parameters
Appendix C The Stability of a Transistor Tuned Amplifier
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1981
- 26th November 1981
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Stan Amos, formerly head of Technical Publications Section Engineering Training Department BBC, has been writing about electronics since the 1950s.
Formerly Head of Technical Publications Section Engineering Training Department BBC
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