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Electronics - it's very simple! - Andrzej Dobrowolski, Zbigniew Jachna, Ewelina Majda, Mariusz Wierzbowski

Publisher: BTC. The book is a compendium of knowledge in the field of electronics. Synthesizes and uporządkowuje necessary in College technical knowledge.

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Product description: electronics is easy! - Andrew Dobrowolski, Zbigniew Jachna, Ewelina Majda, Yuri Verbowski

The students of electronics in the first years of education should be familiar with a few basic questions related to automation, electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. A large amount of knowledge, it is transferred to the fused image.

 

This book synthesizes and uporządkowuje knowledge in the field of electronics. Intended for students of electronics, electrical and electronics enthusiasts who want to know all the details of electronics.

Elektronika - ależ to bardzo proste! - Andrzej Dobrowolski, Zbigniew Jachna, Ewelina Majda, Mariusz Wierzbowski

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  • Authors: Andrew Dobrowolski, Zbigniew Jachna, Ewelina Majda, Yuri Verbowski
  • ISBN: 978-83-60233-96-2
  • Format: B5, 570 p.
  • Hardcover
  • Publishing of BTC 2013.

 

The contents

 

Preface (7)

Part 1. The electric circuit (9)

1. The basic properties of an electrical circuit (10)

1.1. Basic concepts (10)

1.2. Ohm and Kirchhoff's laws (25)

1.3. Conversion circuits (31)

1.4. The linearity of the circuit (43)

2. Methods of analysis of linear DC circuits (45)

2.1. Method of Kirchhoff's equations (45)

2.2. Method of currents combined (49)

2.3. The method of nodal potentials (53)

2.4. Method of superposition (56)

2.5. Method transfiguracji (59)

2.6. The method is based on the statements Thevenina and Norton (62)

2.7. Czwórnik linear (68)

3. A nonlinear electric circuit (75)

3.1. Nonlinear elements and their characteristics (75)

3.2. Methods of analysis of nonlinear circuits (80)

3.3. Newton's Method-Raphsona (84)

4. Circuit current, harmonic (87)

4.1. General characteristics of periodic signals (87)

4.2. Mileage harmonic – graphical interpretation (92)

4.3. The ideal elements in the circuit, harmonic (96)

4.4. Basic laws of circuits in the form of a complex number (103)

4.5. Graphics wskazowe (107)

4.6. The resonance phenomenon (112)

4.7. Analysis of RLC circuits by the method of symbolic (118)

Part 2. The semiconductor elements (121)

5. Fundamentals of semiconductor physics (122)

5.1. Atom, according to the model of Niels Bohr (122)

5.2. The crystal structure (124)

5.3. Semiconductor independent (129)

5.4. Semiconductor alloy (133)

6. Connector P-N (145)

6.1. Structure physical (145)

6.2. The movement of the carrier in a state of disequilibrium (150)

6.3. Work static connector P-N (155)

6.4. The work is dynamic connector P-N (171)

6.5. Types of diodes and their parameters, static and dynamic (197)

7. The bipolar transistor (207)

7.1. The idea of the action (207)

7.2. Structure physical (209)

7.3. The movement of the carrier (stop mA currents) (210)

7.4. Work static (214)

7.5. The work is dynamic (238)

8. Transistor unipolarny (half) (255)

8.1. The principle of operation of field effect transistors (255)

8.2. The division of field effect transistors (257)

8.3. Transistor złączowy PNFET (258)

8.4. The MIS type transistor (278)

8.5. The rest of the field-effect transistors (296)

9. Elements switching (299)

9.1. Thyristors (299)

9.2. Transistor IGBT (310)

10. Optoelectronic components (315)

10.1. An optical phenomenon in półprzewodniku (315)

10.2. Division of optoelectronic elements (318)

10.3. Fotorezystor (319)

10.4. The photodiode and fotoogniwo (321)

10.5. Fototranzystor (324)

10.6. Fototyrystor (325)

10.7. Led (326)

10.8. Displays LCD (328)

10.9. Optocoupler (329)

Part 3. Analog system (333)

11. Food and stabilization of the operating point of the transistor (334)

11.1. General information (334)

11.2. The schema polarity bipolar transistors (336)

11.3. Diagram the polarity of the field-effect transistors (341)

11.4. Methods of polarization in the chips (343)

12. Małosygnałowe amplifiers tape (345)

12.1. Performance parameters (345)

12.2. Restrictions when using (355)

12.3. Amplifiers with negative feedback (376)

12.4. Differential amplifiers (384)

12.5. Operational amplifiers (391)

13. Power amplifiers (403)

13.1. Work wielkosygnałowa (403)

13.2. Classification and performance parameters of power amplifiers (408)

13.3. Power amplifiers-class A (410)

13.4. Power amplifiers class B and AB (413)

13.5. Power amplifiers class C (417)

14. Generators of harmonic signals (419)

14.1. The linear theory of generation (419)

14.2. Generators LC (422)

14.3. Generators RC (426)

15. Signal generators of rectangular form (429)

15.1. Multiwibratory astabilne (429)

15.2. Multiwibratory monostable (431)

15.3. Multiwibratory flip flops (432)

15.4. Multiwibratory przestrajane (433)

16. Computer analysis of electronic circuits (435)

16.1. General information (435)

16.2. Introduction to the program, ICAP/4 (439)

16.3. Design and analysis of amplifier małosygnałowego (442)

Part 4. System digital (461)

17. Introduction to digital technique (462)

17.1. Representation of numbers (462)

17.2. Boolean algebra and the formula of Shannon (470)

17.3. The symbols of logical operations (471)

17.4. The rules of drawing diagrams of logic (473)

18. Layouts combinatorial (475)

18.1. System definition kombinacyjnego (475)

18.2. Two-story team a combinatorial (475)

18.3. Minimization of logic functions (482)

18.4. Graphic arithmetic (490)

18.5. Multiplexers, demultipleksery, converters of codes, and ROM (492)

19. Schema consistent (501)

19.1. System definition serial (501)

19.2. Ways of describing systems serial (502)

19.3. Latch and przerzutniki (504)

19.4. Synthesis of sequential systems (508)

19.5. Registers and counters (513)

20. Digital integrated circuits (519)

20.1. Classification of digital systems (519)

20.2. The construction of heads CMOS (520)

20.3. The selected parameters, and temporary electric (523)

20.4. Systems architecture, programmable (526)

21. Computer aided design of digital systems (533)

21.1. Stages of digital systems design (533)

21.2. The VHDL language – at least "start" (534)

21.3. Project 1 – Driver illumination of the street (542)

21.4. Project 2: Driver 4-digit display 7-segment (544)

21.5. Project 3: pseudo – random number Generator (545)

The application of mathematical (549)

A. Concept of the derivative (550)

B. the concept of the integral (555)

C. Function of exponential and logarithmic (560)

D. Arithmetic of complex numbers (566)

Literature (570)

 

  • Book - Author: Andrzej Dobrowolski, Zbigniew Jachna, Ewelina Majda, Mariusz Wierzbowski
  • Book - ISBN: 978-83-60233-96-2
  • Book - Binding: Twarda
  • Book - Publisher: BTC

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