Worked Examples in Basic Electronics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483200262, 9781483225296

Worked Examples in Basic Electronics

1st Edition

Authors: P. W. Crane
Editors: N. Hiller
eBook ISBN: 9781483225296
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 292
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Description

Worked Examples in Basic Electronics provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of electronics. This book covers a variety of topics, including resistance–capacitance coupled voltage amplifier, low-frequency amplification, radio-frequency amplification, transistors, oscillators, electron ballistics, and transmission lines.

Organized into 11 chapters, this book begins with an overview of voltage amplification factor. This text then discusses the differences between the volt-ampere characteristic of an actual junction diode and that predicted by the equation. Other chapters consider the factors that affect the choice of the optimum load for a class A transformer-coupled power amplifier using a triode and a pentode. This book discusses as well the relative merits of two types of amplifier circuit commonly used as r.f. input stages. The final chapter deals with the two methods of producing a standing wave ratio of unity on a concentric feeder terminated with a load that is not equal to it characteristic impedance.

This book is a valuable resource for engineers and technicians.

Table of Contents


Acknowledgements

Preface

1. Derivation of Basic Formulae

1.1. Voltage Amplification Factor of a Resistance-Loaded Triode Valve

1.2. Stage Gain of a Resistance-Capacitance Coupled Voltage Amplifier (Low Audio-Frequency Working)

1.3. Stage Gain of a Resistance-Capacitance Coupled Voltage Amplifier (Medium Audio-Frequency Working)

1.4. Stage Gain of a Resistance-Capacitance Coupled Voltage Amplifier (High Audio-Frequency Working)

1.5. To Show that the Gain-Bandwidth Product is Constant for a Resistance-Capacitance Coupled Pentode Amplifier

1.6. Stage Gain of a Transformer-Coupled Voltage Amplifier (Low Audio-Frequency Working)

1.7. Stage Gain of a Transformer-Coupled Voltage Amplifier (Medium Audio-Frequency Working)

1.8. Stage Gain of a Transformer-Coupled Voltage Amplifier (High Audio-Frequency Working)

1.9. Stage Gain of a Tuned Radio-Frequency Voltage Amplifier at Resonance

1.10. Stage Gain of a Transformer-Coupled Radio-Frequency Voltage Amplifier (Tuned Secondary)

1.11. Miller Effect

1.12. Maximum Theoretical Efficiency of a Transformer-Coupled Class A Power Amplifier

1.13. Maximum Power Output of a Transformer-Coupled Class A Power Amplifier

1.14. Maximum Undistorted Power Output of a Transformer-Coupled Class A Power Amplifier

1.15. Amplitude Distortion in a Triode

1.16. Class B Push-Pull Amplifier as a Means of Reducing Second Harmonic Distortion

1.17. Power Output of a Class B Push-Pull Amplifier

1.18. Efficiency of a Class B Push-Pull Amplifier

1.19. Cathode Follower

1.20. Grounded Grid Triode Amplifier

1.21. Negative Feedback in Amplifiers

1.22. Effect of Negative Feedback on Amplifier Distortion

1.23. Tuned Anode Oscillator

1.24. General Theorem for Tuned Oscillators with no Mutual Coupling

1.25. Colpitt's Oscillator

1.26. Wein Bridge Resistance-Capacitance Oscillator

1.27. Voltage and Current Gains of a Common-Base Transistor Amplifier

1.28. Voltage and Current Gains of a Common-Emitter Transistor Amplifier

1.29. Deflection Sensitivity of an Electrostatic Cathode-Ray Tube

2. Networks and Circuits

3. Electron Ballistics

4. Valve and Transistor Characteristics

5. Low-Frequency Amplification

6. Radio-Frequency Amplification

7. Negative Feedback and Cathode Follower

8. Oscillators

9. Transistors

10. Electronics Measurements

11. Transmission Lines

Appendix 1. References

Appendix 2. Symbols and Abbreviations

Index to Worked Examples

Details

No. of pages:
292
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1967
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483225296

About the Author

P. W. Crane

About the Editor

N. Hiller