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Title      : Electronics Devices and Circuits
Subject      : Electronic Devices and Circuits
Author      : Palanisamy P K
Publisher      : Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Chapters/Pages      : 6/382
Total Price      : Rs.      : 254
 
 
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Voltage and Current Laws Total views (3)  
An electric circuit or electric network is an interconnection of electrical elements in a closed path so that an electrical current may flow continuously.
Pages: 44
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Circuit Analysis Techniques Total views (3)  
In this chapter we shall study different methods of analysing DC and AC circuits. First we will study nodal and mesh analysis then we apply network theorems to analyse the circuits. Nodal analysis is based on Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) and mesh analysis is based on Kirchhoff’s voltage law (KVL). One of these two methods can be selected to analyse the circuit depending on the arrangement and typ......
Pages: 132
Price: Rs 99  
 
Appendix A Total views (4)  
Appendix A
Pages: 4
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Semiconductor Devices Total views (2)  
In the last 25 years a number of solid state devices have come into use. Most of these devices use semiconductor crystals. Field of electronics has been revolutionized since the discovery of transistor in 1948. The vacuum tubes have been largely replaced by solid state devices. Technological development, such as invention of integrated circuits, has further increased the dependence on semiconducti......
Pages: 49
Price: Rs 36.75  
 
Rectifiers, Amplifier, and Oscillator Total views (381)  
In this chapter we focus our attention on the application of diode as a rectifier.
Pages: 112
Price: Rs 84  
 
Operational Amplifier Total views (382)  
The operational amplifier, most commonly referred, as ‘op-amp’ was introduced in 1940s. The first operational amplifier was designed in 1948 using vacuum tubes. In those days, it was used in the analog computers to perform a variety of mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication etc, hence the name operation amplifier. Due to the use of vacuum tubes, the early op-amps......
Pages: 41
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