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Transistor Circuit Techniques: Discrete and Integrated 3th Download PDF

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 This book is gently guides the student through the analysis
and design of transistor circuits, providing practical examples and design examples
as an illustration. Freely spread in each chapter of the exercises to test
The reader's understanding of the material and a set of problems at the end of each chapter
It provides a useful and realistic evaluation. Margin is widely used
Comments to enhance the main text by highlighting the most important ones
Features, give references for further reading, recall previous articles,
Summarize the approach and emphasize practical points.
It was necessary to introduce a concept, at an early stage
Semiconductor devices are represented by a simple DC. and a.c. models that prove
Very useful in circuit analysis. Brief description of semiconductor and device
The process is justified in providing a basis for understanding the diode and transistor
Behavior, its characterization, and limitations. Great importance attached
For a basic appreciation of integrated, bipolar, and field-effect devices, in particular
In terms of matching and thermal tracking properties, as well as
The basic economic law of integration reduces chip area, which dictates
Techniques used in modern circuit design.
A very simple model of a bipolar transistor was developed using one
Resistor (be) and current source (ßib). This is suitable for most low frequencies
requirements; Only when considering current sources, the force parameter is
The full hybrid equivalent circuit has been called. The author does not like
Use h parameters because they are purely numbers and do not give the inherent
Predicting parameter change with current gain and bias current which is
The home of π and simple hybrid models.
A wide range of transistor circuits are covered, both linear and shunt
Basic qualitative circuit operating conditions followed by analysis and design
Procedure. No apologies were made for the extensive analytical treatment of the circuits
presented in this text—practice in analysis and engendering familiarity with design procedures are essential facets of the training of an electronic circuit designer. It is hoped that this book instills a sound foundation of concept and approach which, even in this most rapidly developing area of modern electronics, will prove to be of lasting value. I am grateful to my colleagues at Essex University, in particular Professors G.B.B. Chaplin and J.A.Turner and Dr. J.K.Fidler, for many useful discussions. I also wish to thank my Consultant Editor, Dr. A.P.Dorey of Southampton University, for his enthusiasm and very constructive assistance with this project.

Contents Of The Book :

1 Introduction to semiconductor devices
2 Introduction to amplifiers and biasing
3 Small-signal BJT models and their application
4 Single-stage BJT amplifiers with feedback
5 Linear integrated circuit techniques
6 BJT switching circuits
7 Field-effect transistors and circuits
8 Audio power amplifiers
9 Power supply regulators
Appendix A Preferred values for passive components
Appendix B Transient response of R-C circuits
Appendix C h-parameter modelling of BJTs
Circuit analysis using h-parameters

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Title: Transistor Circuit Techniques: Discrete and Integrated 3th Download PDF
Language: English.
Version : 3th
Size: 2,33 Mb.
Pages: 233.
Format: PDF.
Author: Gordon J. Ritchie
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