“Principles of Electronics” is a comprehensive and succinct textbook for students preparing for B.Sc., B. E., B. Tech, AMIE, diploma and various other engineering examinations. It also caters to the requirements of those readers who wish to increase their knowledge and gain a sound grounding in the basics of electronics. For more than 30 years, concepts fundamental to the understanding of the subject such as electron emission, atomic structure, transistors, semiconductor physics, gas-filled tubes, modulation and demodulation, semiconductor diode and regulated D.C. power supply have been included, added and updated in the book as full chapters to give the reader a well-rounded view of the subject.
Principles of Electronics is a 2002 book by Colin Simpson designed to accompany the Electronics Technician distance education program and contains a concise and practical overview of the basic principles, including theorems, circuit behavior and problem-solving procedures of Electronic circuits and devices. The textbook reinforces concepts with practical “real-world” applications as well as the mathematical solution, allowing readers to more easily relate the academic to the actual.
Principles of Electronics presents a broad spectrum of topics, such as atomic structure, Kirchhoff’s laws, energy, power, introductory circuit analysis techniques, Thevenin’s theorem, the maximum power transfer theorem, electric circuit analysis, magnetism, resonance, control relays, relay logic, semiconductor diodes, electron current flow, and much more. Smoothly integrates the flow of material in a nonmathematical format without sacrificing depth of coverage or accuracy to help readers grasp more complex concepts and gain a more thorough understanding of the principles of electronics. Includes many practical applications, problems and examples emphasizing troubleshooting, design, and safety to provide a solid foundation in the field of electronics.
Assuming that readers have a basic understanding of algebra and trigonometry, the book provides a thorough treatment of the basic principles, theorems, circuit behavior and problem-solving procedures in modern electronics applications. In one volume, this carefully developed text takes students from basic electricity through dc/ac circuits, semiconductors, operational amplifiers, and digital circuits. The book contains relevant, up-to-date information, giving students the knowledge and problem-solving skills needed to successfully obtain employment in the electronics field.
Combining hundreds of examples and practice exercises with more than 1,000 illustrations and photographs enhances Simpson’s delivery of this comprehensive approach to the study of electronics principles. Accompanied by one of the discipline’s most extensive ancillary multimedia support packages including hundreds of electronics circuit simulation lab projects using CircuitLogix simulation software, Principles of Electronics is a useful resource for electronics education.
|Title: Principles of Electronics Paperback|
Length: 792 pages
Publisher: S Chand; 7th Revised edition edition (3 February 2014)