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Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits - Laboratory Manual

by Robert T. Paynter

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This practical book provides a complete, hands-on approach to understanding electronic devices and circuits, and includes many "real-world" schematics to help readers identify components, circuits, and circuit configurations covered in the text. Offers a complete survey of the field, covering everything from the fundamentals of solid-state principles to common diode applications, dc biasing circuits, amplifier operation, field-effect transistors, oscillators, switching voltage regulators, and more. Places many supportive features in the margins, including critical thinking questions, objective identifiers, notes highlighting the differences between theory and practice, a running glossary, reminders of previously studied material, and lab references. Integrates schematic and Electronic Workbench (applications problems throughout for additional circuit simulation experience.

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