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Laboratory Manual for Electronics Technology Fundamentals: Electron Flow Version (3rd edition)

Laboratory Manual for Electronics Technology Fundamentals: Electron Flow Version (3rd edition)

By: Toby Boydell (author), Robert T. Paynter (author)Paperback

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This laboratory manual has been written to accompany the Third Edition of Electronics Technology Fundamentals by Robert T. Paynter and B.J. Toby Boydell. As such, the exercises have been arranged (as closely as possible) to follow the progression of topic coverage in the text. Exercises 1 through 12 deal with dc circuits and principles, and Exercises 13 through 27 deal with ac circuits and principles. Exercises 28 through 48 deal with discrete devices and circuits, op-amps, and op-amp circuits.

Contents

ContentsPART 1 DC Principles 1Exercise 1. The Resistor Color Code and Resistance Measurements 3Exercise 2. Potentiometers 11Exercise 3. Ohm's Law 19Exercise 4. Power 27Exercise 5. Series Circuits and Kirchhoff's Voltage Law 33Exercise 6. The Voltage-Divider Relationship and Source Resistance 41Exercise 7. Parallel Circuits 49Exercise 8. Kirchhoff's Current Law and the Current-Divider Relationship 57Exercise 9. Series-Parallel Circuits 67Exercise 10. Loaded Voltage Dividers 75Exercise 11. The Superposition Theorem 83Exercise 12. Thevenin's Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer 89PART 2 AC Principles 95Exercise 13. Inductors and Inductive Reactance (XL) 97Exercise 14. Transformers 107Exercise 15. Series RL Circuits 117Exercise 16. Parallel RL Circuits 125Exercise 17. Capacitors and Capacitive Reactance (XC) 133Exercise 18. Series RC Circuits 141Exercise 19. Parallel RC Circuits 149Exercise 20. Series LC Circuits 157Exercise 21. Parallel LC Circuits 165Exercise 22. Series RLC Circuits 173Exercise 23. Parallel RLC Circuits 181Exercise 24. RC and RL Low-Pass Filters 189Exercise 25. RC and RL High-Pass Filters 197Exercise 26. LC Bandpass Filters 205Exercise 27. RC and RL Switching Circuit Pulse Response 213PART 3 Electronic Devices 223Exercise 28. Diode Characteristics 225Exercise 29. Diode Rectifier Circuits 235Exercise 30. Clippers, Clampers, and Voltage Multipliers 245Exercise 31. Base Bias 253Exercise 32. Voltage-Divider Bias 261Exercise 33. The Common-Emitter Amplifier 269Exercise 34. The Common-Collector Amplifier (Emitter Follower) 277Exercise 35. Class B and Class AB Amplifiers 285Exercise 36. JFET Operation 293Exercise 37. Gate-Bias and Self-Bias Circuits 301Exercise 38. The Common-Source Amplifier 309Exercise 39. Inverting Amplifiers 315Exercise 40. Noninverting Amplifiers 321Exercise 41. Comparators and Summing Amplifiers 327Exercise 42. Low-Pass and High-Pass Active Filters 335Exercise 43. Oscillators 343Exercise 44. BJT Switching Circuits 351Exercise 45. Op-Amp Schmitt Triggers 359Exercise 46. The 555 Timer 367Exercise 47. IC Voltage Regulators 375Exercise 48. Silicon-Controlled Rectifiers 381Appendix A Circuit Construction and the Protoboard 387Appendix B Multimeters 393Appendix C Oscilloscopes 403Appendix D Fault Analysis Charts 411

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780135048764
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 432
  • ID: 9780135048764
  • weight: 975
  • ISBN10: 0135048761
  • edition: 3rd edition

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