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Principles of Electronics by V.K Mehta

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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. Features : 1. Each chapter focuses on the core concepts and clearly elucidate the fundamental principles, methods, and circuits involved in electronics. 2. 1450+ figures and examples provide comprehensive support to all concepts explained. 3. Close to 1400 chapter-end questions in 4 different formats provide apt practice to all concepts explained. TOC : 1. Introduction 2. Electron Emission 3. Gas-Filled Tubes 4. Atomic Structure 5. Semiconductor Physics 6. Semiconductor Diode 7. Special-Purpose Diodes 8. Transistors 9. Transistor Biasing 10. Single Stage Transistor Amplifiers 11. Multi Stage Transistor Amplifiers 12. Transistor Audio Power Amplifiers 13. Amplifiers with Negative Feedback 14. Sinusoidal Oscillators 15. Transistor Tuned Amplifiers 16. Modulation and Demodulation 17. Regulated D.C. Power Supply 18. Solid State Switching Circuits 19. Field Effect Transistors 20. Silicon Controlled Rectifier 21. Power Electronics 22. Electronic Instruments 23. Integrated Circuits 24. Hybrid Parameters 25. Operational Amplifiers 26. Digital Electronics


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