Electronics: Principles and Applications, 10th Edition
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Electronics: Principles and Applications, 10e, requires no prior knowledge of electrical theory and principles. This text has been written at a level that allows students with limited math and reading skills to gain a clear understanding, and provides the entry-level knowledge and skills for a wide range of occupations within electricity and electronics. The text also offers a wildly popular Experiments Manual. The new edition of Electronics: Principles and Applications, is also in McGraw Hill Connect, featuring SmartBook 2.0, Adaptive Learning Assignments, and more!
Ch. 1 Introduction
Ch. 2 Semiconductors
Ch. 3 Diodes
Ch. 4 Power Supplies
Ch. 5 Transistors
Ch. 6 Introduction to Small-Signal Amplifiers
Ch. 7 More About Small-Signal Amplifiers
Ch. 8 Large-Signal Amplifiers
Ch. 9 Operational Amplifiers
Ch. 10 Troubleshooting
Ch. 11 Oscillators
Ch. 12 Communications
Ch. 13 Integrated Circuits
Ch. 14 Electronic Control Devices and Circuits
Ch. 15 Regulated Power Supplies
Ch. 16 Digital Signal Processing
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