Basic Electronics

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-708-2

Student Price : Rs.298

Student Dollar Price : 12$

Library Price : Rs.875

Library Dollar Price : 35$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2010

No. Of Pages : 354

Book Weight :0

About The Book

Electronics is the heart of all technologies. Now-a-days, one can not think a life without Electronics Application. The object of introducing this new course is to provide a basic knowledge of Electronic Circuits to all Engineering undergraduate students. In this text, a focus has been on the course contents, but the basics required for understanding the subject have been given the equal weightage.

The book consists of ten chapters. The first chapter deals with the components, generally used in Electronic circuits, to provide a conceptual understanding for the circuit designing. The two port network theory with various circuit parameters are also discussed.

In the Second chapter, the physical concepts of the semiconductors along with the theory of intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors have been discussed. The junction diode, Zener diode and their characteristics have been described along with the experimental methods.

The chapter third deals with transistor amplification. To understand it, it is necessary to know about the transistor and its properties. The transistor, its biasing and characteristics have been discussed before describing the course contents.

The oscillators have been described in chapter 4. The chapter 5 deals with operational amplifiers, which are widely used in modern electronic equipments. The power supply has rectifier, filter and regulator circuits. Therefore the rectifiers and filter circuits have been discussed in chapter 6, along with the topics such as switching regulators, inverters and UPSs.

The Digital Electronics is the brain of modern electronics and thus given in chapter 7. The Number systems, Boolean algebra, Logic gates, Arithmatic digital circuits and Flip-flops have been discussed with the help of the circuit diagrams. The Electronic Instruments such as MultiMeters (analog and digital), Digital Voltmeter, CRO and its applications and function generator have been described in the chapter 8.

The most useful branch of Opto-Electronics, the `Digital Display Devices` has been described in the ninth chapter. In the last chapter we have discussed the experiments to be performed by the students in the laboratory.

Contents :

  1. Introduction
  2. Semiconductor Physics
  3. Transistor Amplifiers
  4. Oscillators
  5. Operational Amplifiers
  6. Power Supplies
  7. Digital Electronics
  8. Electronic Instruments
  9. Digital Displays
  10. Experiments
  11. Index

About The Author

Dr. D.C. Tayal present is the Chairman of Ingenious e-Brain Solutions Ltd. He taught Physics to the Undergraduate & Post-Graduate students for 42 years. He has worked as Head, Department of Physics and the Principal in a prestigious post graduate college of western, U.P., N.R.E.C. College, Khurja (C.C.S. University, Meerut). After retirement, he Joined B.S.A. Educational Institutes of Technology, Alampur, Faridabad (Haryana). He received his M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees from Panjab University Chandigarh. His field of research has been Nuclear Spectroscopy using Cyclotron Accelerator. His research work has been published in various International Journals of great repute, such as Phy. Rev. C. He has the honor of presenting his work in International Conferences. He has been the key figure in the programs of curriculum and laboratory reforms. Dr. Tayal is well known to the Physics society on account of his first book on Nuclear Physics. His well known other books are; Electricity & Magnetism and Basic Electronics. His book titled "University Practical Physics" has been written under UGC book writing scheme with a new concept of open ended experiments and low cost projects. He has also written books on Engineering Electronics. His latest arrival is Mechanics, Published in March, 2013.

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