Fundamentals of Electronic Devices and Circuits: Lab Manual by David Bell

Fundamentals of Electronic Devices and Circuits: Lab Manual

byDavid Bell

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The laboratory investigations in this manual are designed to demonstrate the theoretical principles set out in the book Fundamentals of Electronic Devices and Circuits, 5/e. A total of 43 laboratory investigations are offered, involving the construction and testing of the circuits discussed inthe textbook. Each investigation can normally be completed within a two-hour period. The procedures contain some references to the textbook; however, all necessary circuit and connection diagrams are provided in the manual so that investigations can also be preformed without the textbook.

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David A. Bell is a professional engineer. He was employed as a circuit design specialist in the electronics industry for many years before becoming a professor at Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology. He has written five electronics/technology books, which are in multiple editions. These texts have been used in colleges and ...
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Title:Fundamentals of Electronic Devices and Circuits: Lab ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:212 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.5 inPublished:March 27, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195429885

ISBN - 13:9780195429886

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Table of Contents

1. Semiconductor Diode Characteristics2. Diode Rectifier Circuits3. Rectifier DC Power Supplies4. Zener Diode5. Diode Clipping Circuits6. Diode Clamping Circuits7. BJT Characteristics8. Characteristic Plotting on an XY Recorder9. BJT Bias Circuits10. BJT Bias Circuits11. BJT Common Emitter Circuit12. BJT CC and CB Circuits13. JFET Characteristics14. JFET Bias Circuits15. Basic JFET Circuits16. Capacitor-Coupled BJT Amplifier17. Direct-Coupled BJT Amplifier18. DC Feedback Pair19. Capacitor-Coupled BIFET Amplifier20. Direct-Coupled BIFET Amplifier21. Differential Amplifier22. Two-Stage NFB Amplifier23. Differential-Input Amplifier with NFB24. Emitter Current Feedback Amplifier25. Op-Amp Biasing and Parameters26. Op-Amp Voltage Followers and Noninverting Amplifiers27. Inverting Amplifiers28. Summing and Difference Amplifiers29. Instrumentation Amplifier30. Op-Amp Schmitt Trigger Circuits31. Op-Amp Frequency Response and Compensation32. Sinusoidal Oscillators33. Square- and Triangular-Wave Generators34. Lowpass and Highpass Filters35. Bandpass Filters36. Series Voltage Regulator37. BJT Output Power Amplifier38. MOSFET Output Power Amplifier39. SCR Characteristics and 90DG Phase Control40. SCR and TRIAC Control Circuits41. UJT and PUT Circuits42. Photoconductive Cell, LED, and Solar Cell43. Optocouplers