Electronics 3 Checkbook provides a concise coverage of the theories and definitions of concepts in electronics. The book provides problems and worked examples to supplement fuller textbooks of the same subject. The coverage of the text includes decibel measurement, operational amplifiers, DA and AD converters, controlled rectifiers, triggering devices, optoelectronic devices, fiber optics, and power amplifiers. The text will be of great use to electrical engineering students who wish to enhance their understanding of the basics of mechanical and electrical science.(b) MULTI-CHOICE PROBLEMS (answers on page 152) 1 2 1( ) A circuit with n = 40% is providing a 12W useful output power. ... The Class-AB operating point is chosen (a) to equalise the collector currents, (b) to minimise crossover distortion, (c) to reduce the collector ... (c) CONVENTIONAL PROBLEMS 1 Draw a circuit diagram of a Class-A transformer coupled power amplifier using a single transistor.
|Title||:||Electronics 3 Checkbook|
|Author||:||S. A. Knight|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|