Experiments in Electronic Devices – H. Berlin, T. Floyd – 3rd Edition

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This book offers a comprehensive and practical exploration of the basic concepts of electricity and electronics, with practical applications and problem solving. Written in a clear and accessible story, the third edition focuses on fundamental principles and their applications to solve real circuit analysis problems.
With an eye-catching visual program and hands-on exercises, this book offers readers problem-solving experiences like electronics students need in engineering, or techniques.

Table of Contents

PERFORMING THE EXPERIMENTS   
Introduction
Breadboarding
Rules for Setting Up the Experiments
Format for the Experiments
Helpful Hints and Suggestions
The Laboratory Report
EXPERIMENTS  
1 The Diode
2 Diode Rectifier Circuits
3 The Capacitor Input Rectifier Filter
4 The Diode Limiter
5 The Diode Clamper
6 The Diode Voltage Doubler
7 The Zener Diode and Voltage Regulation
8 Using a Multimeter to Test Transistor Diode Junctions
9 Transistor Base Biasing
10 Transistor Emitter Biasing
11 Transistor Voltage-Divider Biasing
12 Transistor Collector-Feedback Biasing
13 The Common-Emitter Amplifier
14 The Common-Collector Amplifier (Emitter-Follower)
15 The Combination Common-Emitter Amplifier and Emitter-Follower
16 The Common-Base Amplifier
17 The Class A Common-Emitter Power Amplifier
18 The Class B Push-Pull Emitter-Follower Power Amplifier
19 The JFET Drain Curve
20 The JFET Transfer Characteristic Curve
21 JFET Self-Bias
22 The Common-Source Amplifier
23 The Common-Drain Amplifier (Source-Follower)
24 Amplifier Low-Frequency Response
25 The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
26 The Unijunction Transistor
27 Op-Amp Slew Rate
28 Op-Amp Common-Mode Rejection
29 Op-Amp Inverting and Noninverting Amplifiers
30 Op-Amp Comparators
31 Op-Amp Differentiator and Integrator
32 The Butterworth 2nd-Order Low-Pass Active Filter
33 The Butterworth 2nd-Order High-Pass Active Filter
34 The Active Band-Pass Filter
35 The Active Band-Stop Filter
36 The Phase-Shift Oscillator
37 The 555 Timer Astable Multivibrator
38 The Phase Detector
39 The 567 Phase-Locked Loop Tone Decoder
40 The Integrated-Circuit Voltage Regulator
APPENDIXES   
A. Required Parts and Equipment for the Experiments
B. Data Sheets
C. The Self-Bias Curve for FETs
D. Testing Semiconductor Devices with a Multimeter
E. Resistor and Capacitor Codes and Standard Values

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