Principles of Electronic Devices and Circuits

Principles of Electronic Devices and Circuits

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Using a unique, highly visual approach, Principles of Electronic Devices and Circuits provides you with a practical, technician-oriented understanding of the fundamentals of transistor theory and circuit analysis, without requiring a lot of formula memorization. This text builds upon your basic DC/AC knowledge by showing that most new circuit concepts can be simplified to basic equations learned in DC/AC circuit analysis. The emphasis on critical thinking and troubleshooting and the fully-correlated Lab Manual, help you acquire the knowledge and skills you need to analyze, solve and predict transistor circuit operation. ALSO AVAILABLE Laboratory Manual, ISBN:0-8273-4664-6 INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor's Guide w/ Solutions Manual, ISBN: 0-8273-4665-4 Transparency Masters, ISBN:0-8273-6421-0While bistable multivibrators are stable whether the output is high or low, monostables generate pulses and shape waveforms. Astable multivibrators oscillate and provide square waves. in electronics, combinations of the multivibrator outputs are ... Monostable USING 555 TIMERS IN AN AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR ALARM CIRCUIT Figure 17.25 depicts two 555 timers ... 1 7.24 Block diagram of an astable multivibrator triggering a monostable multivibrator FIGURE 1 7.26 Students usinganbsp;...

Title:Principles of Electronic Devices and Circuits
Author:David LaLond
Publisher:Delmar Pub - 1993-12-27


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