Electronics with Discrete Components

Electronics with Discrete Components

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* Up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of both digital and analog electronics. * A central emphasis that electronics is hands-on; that the objective is to build something; and that no black-boxes should be left unopened. * A focus on discrete components so that students can build their understanding of more complex integrated devices and their specifications. * Student friendly writing style * Lab Projects section at the end of most chapters which contain many interesting circuits that have been proven to work well for instruction. * Accompanying Lab Manual as well as an online component that allows for regular updates to contemporary equipment.1.11 LAB PROJECTS For explicit lab instructions, see the Lab Manual. 1.11.1 An Application of the Voltage Divider: A Darkness Sensor Required equipment: Power supply, multimeter. Required components: Cadmium photoresistor, CD4066 digital switch, LED, resistors. 1. ... consisting of R1 and R2, with one of them being the photoresistor and the other one a resistor whose value you have to calculate.

Title:Electronics with Discrete Components
Author:Enrique J. Galvez
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2012-04-10


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