Highly accurate and thoroughly updated, this book has set the standard in electronic devices and circuit theory for over 28 years. Boylestad and Nashelsky offer readers a complete and comprehensive survey of electronics and circuits, focusing on all the essentials they will need to succeed on the job.
This very readable book is supported by strong, helpful learning cues and content that is ideal for new workers in this rapidly changing field. Its colorful layout boasts a large number of stunning photographs. Topics covered include: semiconductor diodes, BJT devices, DC biasing, FET devices, Op-Amp applications, power amplifiers, linear-digital ICs, power supplies and voltage regulators, and other two-terminal devices.
An excellent reference work for anyone involved with electronic devices and other circuitry applications, such as electrical and technical engineers.
A standard text for nearly a quarter-century (first edition, 1972), divided generally into two main components: the dc analysis and the ac or frequency response. This revised edition (5th, 1992) continues to be driven by the growing use of computer software, packaged IC units, and the expanded range of coverage necessary in the basic courses. PSpice is the software analysis package of choice, and the coverage of PSpice is sufficient to permit writing the input file for the majority of networks analyzed in the text. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)