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Title      : Basic Electronics
Subject      : Basic Electronics
copyright © 2018   : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Author      : Mahadevaswamy U B
Publisher      : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Chapters/Pages      : 10/523
Total Price      : Rs.      : 361
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p-n Junction Diode Total views (11)  
The term diode denotes a two electrode device. Di means two and ode means electrode. A semiconductor diode is a two layer single junction two terminal unidirectional device. The current in a diode is contributed by both holes and electrons. Diode is the simplest of all semiconductor devices but plays a very important role in electronic systems. Diodes are used in variety of applications including ......
Pages: 43
Price: Rs 0   
Semiconductor Diode Applications Total views (2129)  
The main application of semiconductor diode is in rectification; to convert ac to dc. Rectifiers are the basic building blocks of dc power supplies. Zener diode, which is designed to operate in reverse biased condition, is used as a voltage reference in voltage regulators. Diodes are also used in clipping and clamping operations.
Pages: 121
Price: Rs 90.75   
Bipolar Junction Transistor Total views (3)  
The first Junction transistor was invented in 1947 at the Bell Telephone Laboratories by Dr. William Schockley and his co-inventors Dr. John Bardeen and Dr. Brattain. Transistor is capable of amplifying electronic signals such as radio and TV signals. This chapter discusses the construction of Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), its working and its characteristics. The amplification property of BJT ......
Pages: 45
Price: Rs 33.75   
Transistor Biasing Total views (2128)  
Biasing of transistor means to establish the required dc currents and voltages in the transistor circuit so that the transistor operates in the appropriate region of its characteristics for an intended application. Biasing circuits use dc sources and resistors for the purpose of biasing. A variety of biasing circuits exist. Among them, base bias is the simplest and voltage divider bias is the bes ......
Pages: 48
Price: Rs 36   
Operational Amplifier Total views (2127)  
Operational Amplifier in essence is a high gain differential amplifier capable of amplifying signals of frequency ranging from zero (DC) to several hundreds of kilo-hertz. The integrated circuit (IC) operational amplifier, popularly known as Op-Amp, is the most widely used IC owing to its high differential gain, high input impedance, low output impedance, large bandwidth and many other desirable f ......
Pages: 61
Price: Rs 45.75   
Digital Electronic Circuits Total views (2126)  
Digital Electronics is a branch of electronics which deals with Zeros and Ones. A digital circuit responds to only two states of input namely a HIGH and a LOW. A high state corresponds to logic 1 and a low state to logic 0. Logic gates are the basic building blocks of digital circuits and are designed to obey a special algebra called Boolean algebra. A digital computer is basically a digital syste ......
Pages: 108
Price: Rs 81   
Microprocessors and Micro Controllers Total views (9)  
Today we are living in the world of computers. Computers have invaded all sectors of society. We use computers at home, at offices, for our day to day activities. The brain of the computer is the CPU (Central Processing Unit), which is built using a micro processor or several microprocessors depending upon the complexity of the computing system. The microprocessor is a programmable logic device t ......
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18   
Transducers Total views (1)  
Transducers are devices that are used to convert one form of energy into another form. They convert physical quantities such as pressure, force, temperature etc. into quantities that are suitable for measurement. Transducers are extensively used in industries, medical diagnostic instruments, automobiles etc. This chapter discusses the various types of transducers, their applications, merits and de ......
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18   
Communication Systems : Part - I Total views (2128)  
Communication is a vital component in a progressive world. It enhances people’s lives to great extent. Satellite television, fax machine and cellular phones are some examples of communication systems. This chapter discusses basics of communication, various types of modulation and demodulation.
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25   
Communication Systems - Part II Total views (4)  
This chapter begins with basic terminologies used in communication system and the operation of telephone system. Other communication systems such as mobile communication system, ISDN and optical fibre communication systems have also been discussed.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   

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