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Thomas L. Floyd, David M. Buchla, “Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, Second Edition”
Pren ticeHall 2001 | ISBN-10: 0130606197 | 915 Pages | File type: PDF | 237 mb
Fundamentals of Analog Circuits, 2nd Edition is worthwhile both as an analog electronics textbook and as a post-course reference. In this text the author covers the essentials of analog circuits, beginning with introductory AC topics, progressing through basic semiconductors devices such as diodes, bipolar junction and field effect transistors, advancing to discrete and operational amplifiers, and culminating with functional circuit blocks such as amplifiers and filters. The text contains numerous examples, section reviews, chapter references, chapter problems, and answers to selected problems to clarify course concepts and reinforce learning. A standout feature of this text is that it includes material for developing practical as well as theoretical proficiency in electronics. Background in algebra, basic trigonometry, and the introductory electronic concepts (voltage, current, resistance, Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws, etc.) is required and assumed, but anyone comfortable with these topics should have no problems in mastering the topics in this book.