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First 4 Parts of the book (5 Parts total) are followed by “Supplements” which contain related material to enhance the course. The content in these supplements is not required for the understanding of the basic principles of device operation.
Quantum mechanics is introduced in the chapters of Part 1. For additional content, more extensive material can be found in Supplement “A” to Part 1.
Up-to-date mathematical formulations, which are appropriate for modern devices.
Extensive use of energy band diagrams to explain (qualitatively) device operation.
The differences in electron and hole mobilities (and diffusion coefficients) for majority carriers and for minority carriers are discussed. These differences are important to accurately predict the behavior of minority carrier devices (BJTs) vs. majority carrier devices (some FETs).
Emphasis on heterojunctions due to their increased use in field effect devices, bipolar devices, and optoelectronic devices.
SPICE is introduced for the determination of device I-V characteristics and for steady-state and transient analysis of simple circuits.
Detailed, easy-to-follow examples throughout. These examples go beyond giving a feel for the numerical value for the quantities involved but, also, provide an improved understanding of a physical mechanism under consideration.
Electrical parameters of MOSFETS and BJTS are compared in order to solidify the “big picture” and to aid in making critical design decisions.
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An instructor website, http://www.mhhe.com/andersonanderson, contains the Solutions Manual and PowerPoint slides (for instructor use only.)
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