Electronics and Circuit Analysis Study Guide
Signal Transforms, Fourier, Laplace & Z transform, Transfer function, Electronic components, Analog & Digital Circuits

 $9.99

 $9.99
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Table of Contents:
i. Introduction: Foreword  Symbols used in Electronics
ii. Signal Transforms: Fourier analysis  Fourier series  Fourier transform  Discrete Fourier transform  A derivation of the discrete Fourier transform  Discretetime Fourier transform  Gibbs phenomenon  Laplace transform  Twosided Laplace transform  Ztransform  Transfer function
I. Electronic Components
1. Passive components: Fuse  Capacitors  Inductors  Magnetic amplifier  Crystal Oscillator  Polyswitch  Resistors  Varistor  Transformer  Switch
2. Active solidstate components: Semiconductor devices  Semiconductor materials  Diodes  Transistors  DIAC  Diode for Alternating Current  TRIAC  TRIode for Alternating Current  Power Supplies  Frequency changer
3. Active thermionic components: Vacuum tube  Cathode ray tube  Klystron  Magnetron
4. Display devices: Cathode ray tube  Liquid crystal display  Lightemitting diode  Nixie tube
5. Electromechanical sensors and actuators: Microphone  Loudspeaker  Strain gauge  Switch
6. Thermoelectric devices: Thermoelectric effect  Thermistor  Thermocouple  Thermopile  Peltier cooler
7. Photoelectric devices: Photomultiplier tube  Lightdependent resistor  Photodiode  Photovoltaic cell (solar cell)
8. Antennas: Radio antenna  Elemental dipole  Biconical  Yagi  Logperiodic antenna  Phased array  Magnetic dipole (loop)  Parabolic dish  Feedhorn  Waveguide
9. Interconnecting electronic components: Electrical connectors, plugs and sockets  Printed circuit boards  Pointtopoint construction  Wirewrap  Breadboard
II. Analog Circuits
10. Circuit Analysis: Introduction  Symbols used in Electronics  Kirchhoff's current law  Ohm's Law  Circuit diagram  Charge and Coulomb's Law  Coulomb's Law  Cell  DC Voltage and Current  Nodal Analysis  Mesh Analysis  Thevenin and Norton Equivalents  Norton's Theorem  Thévenin's Theorem  Superposition  DC Circuit Analysis  Noise in electronic circuits  Diagnostic Equipment  SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis)
11. Analysis of Resistive Circuits: Series and parallel circuits  Wheatstone bridge  YDelta transform  Voltage divider  Current divider  Combining impedances
12. AC Circuits: Alternating current  AC Voltage and Current  Phasors  Impedance  RC Circuits  RCL Circuits:RCL frequency domain  RCL time domain simple  RCL time domain Example
13. Benefits and Design: Benefits  Circuit design
14. Amplifiers: Multistage transistor amplifiers  Electronic amplifier  Operational amplifiers  Example  Applications: Comparator  Instrumentation amplifier  Schmitt trigger  Multivibrator  Inductance gyrator  Negative impedance converter  Precision rectifier  Analog multipliers
15. Switching amplifier: Pulsewidth modulation (PWM)  Pulseamplitude modulation (PAM)  Pulsecode modulation (PCM)  Pulsedensity modulation (PDM)  Pulseposition modulation
16. Oscillators: Hartley  Armstrong  Clapp  Colpitts  Pierce  Phaseshift  Wien bridge  RC  LC
17. Modulation Methods:
17.1 Analog modulation methods:
Angular modulation: Phase modulation (PM)  Frequency modulation (FM)
Amplitude modulation (AM): Doublesideband suppressedcarrier transmission (DSBSC)  Singlesideband modulation (SSB, or SSBAM)  Vestigialsideband modulation (VSB, or VSBAM)  Quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM)
17.2 Digital modulation methods: Phaseshift keying (PSK)  Frequencyshift keying (FSK)  Amplitudeshift keying (ASK)  Polar modulation  Continuous phase modulation (CPM)  Minimumshift keying (MSK)
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