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The twelfth edition of Grob’s Basic Electronics provides students and instructors with complete and comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of electricity and electronics. The book is written for beginning students who have little or no experience and/or knowledge about the ﬁeld of electronics. A basic understanding of algebra and trigonometry is helpful since several algebraic equations and right-angle trigonometry problems appear throughout the text. The opening material in the book, titled
“Introduction to Powers of 10,”
prepares students to work with numbers expressed in scientiﬁc and engineering notation as well as with the most common metric preﬁxes encountered in electronics. Students learn how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, square, and take the square root of numbers expressed in any form of powers of 10 notation. Chapters 1 through 12 cover the basics of atomic structure, voltage, current, resistance, the resistor color code, Ohm’s law, power, series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel (combination) circuits, voltage and current dividers, analog, and digital meters, Kirchhoff’s laws, network theorems, wire resistance, switches, insulators, primary and secondary cells, battery types, internal resistance, and maximum transfer of power. The ﬁrst 12 chapters are considered DC chapters because the voltages and currents used in analyzing the circuits in these chapters are strictly DC. Chapters 13 through 26 cover the basics of magnetism, electromagnetism, re-lays, alternating voltage and current, capacitance, capacitor types, capacitive reactance, capacitive circuits, inductance, transformers, inductive reactance, inductive circuits,
time constants, real power, apparent power, power factor, complex numbers, resonance, and ﬁlters. Chapters 13–26 are considered the chapters since the voltages and currents used in analyzing the circuits in these chapters are primarily AC. Chapters 27 through 33 cover the basics of electronic devices, which include semiconductor physics; diode characteristics; diode testing; half-wave and full-wave rectiﬁer circuits; the capacitor input ﬁlter; light-emitting diodes (LEDs); Zener diodes; bipolar junction transistors; transistor biasing techniques; the common-emitter, common-collector, and common-base ampliﬁers; JFET and MOSFET characteristics; JFET ampliﬁers; MOSFET ampliﬁers; class A, class Band class C ampliﬁers; discs; SCRs; trials; UJTs; op-amp characteristics; invert-ing ampliﬁers; noninverting ampliﬁers; and nonlinear op-amp circuits.
These seven additional chapters covering electronic devices may qualify this text for those who want to use it for DC fundamentals, AC fundamentals, as well as electronic devices

Contents Of The Book :

Chapter 1 Electricity 22
Chapter 2 Resistors 54
Chapter 3 Ohm’s Law 76
Chapter 4 Series Circuits 108
Chapter 5 Parallel Circuits 142
Chapter 6 Series-Parallel Circuits 174
Chapter 7 Voltage Dividers and Current Dividers 208
Chapter 8 Analog and Digital Multimeters 232
Chapter 9 Kirchhoﬀ ’s Laws 264
Chapter 10 Network Theorems 288
Chapter 11 Conductors and Insulators 320
Chapter 12 Batteries 350
Chapter 13 Magnetism 386
Chapter 14 Electromagnetism 406
Chapter 15 Alternating Voltage and Current 440
Chapter 16 Capacitance 484
Chapter 17 Capacitive Reactance 524
Chapter 18 Capacitive Circuits 546
Chapter 19 Inductance 572
Chapter 20 Inductive Reactance 618
Chapter 21 Inductive Circuits 640
Chapter 22 RC and Time Constants 668
Chapter 23 Alternating Current Circuits 702
Chapter 24 Complex Numbers for AC Circuits 732
Chapter 25 Resonance 762
Chapter 26 Filters 798
Chapter 27 Diodes and Diode Applications 842
Chapter 28 Bipolar Junction Transistors 890
Chapter 29 Transistor Ampliﬁers 924
Chapter 30 Field Eﬀect Transistors 966
Chapter 31 Power Ampliﬁers 1006
Chapter 32 Thyristors 1038
Chapter 33 Operational Amplif iers 1056
Appendix A Electrical Symbols and Abbreviations 1108
Appendix B Solder and the Soldering Process 1111
Appendix C Listing of Preferred Resistance Values 1118
Appendix D Component Schematic Symbols 1119
Appendix E Using the Oscilloscope 1125
Appendix F Introduction to Multisim 1140

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