Table of contents for Electronic devices and circuit theory / Robert L. Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky.

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CONTENTS
Preface	v
CHAPTER 1: Semiconductor Diodes	1
1.1	Introduction	1
1.2	Semiconductor Materials: Ge, Si, and GaAs	2
1.3	Covalent Bonding and Intrinsic Materials	3
1.4	Energy Levels	5
1.5	Extrinsic Materials: n-Type and p-Type	7
1.6	Semiconductor Diode	10
1.7	Ideal Versus Practical	19
1.8	Resistance Levels	21
1.9	Diode Equivalent Circuits	27
1.10	Transition and Diffusion Capacitance	30
1.11	Reverse Recovery Time	31
1.12	Diode Specification Sheets	32
1.13	Semiconductor Diode Notation	35
1.14	Diode Testing	36
1.15	Zener Diodes	38
1.16	Light-Emitting Diodes	41
1.17	Summary	48
1.18	Computer Analysis	49
CHAPTER 2: Diode Applications	59
2.1	Introduction	59
2.2	Load-Line Analysis	60
2.3	Series Diode Configurations	65
2.4	Parallel and Series-Parallel Configurations	71
2.5	AND/OR Gates	74
2.6	Sinusoidal Inputs; Half-Wave Rectification	76
2.7	Full-Wave Rectification	79
2.8	Clippers	82
2.9	Clampers	89
2.10	Zener Diodes	92
2.11	Voltage-Multiplier Circuits	100
2.12	Practical Applications	103
2.13	Summary	113
2.14	Computer Analysis	114
CHAPTER 3: Bipolar Junction Transistors	131
3.1	Introduction	131
3.2	Transistor Construction	132
3.3	Transistor Operation	132
3.4	Common-Base Configuration	134
3.5	Transistor Amplifying Action	138
3.6	Common-Emitter Configuration	139
3.7	Common-Collector Configuration	145
3.8	Limits of Operation	146
3.9	Transistor Specification Sheet	147
3.10	Transistor Testing	151
3.11	Transistor Casing and Terminal Identification	153
3.12	Summary	154
3.13	Computer Analysis	156
CHAPTER 4: DC Biasing-BJTs	161
4.1	Introduction	161
4.2	Operating Point	162
4.3	Fixed-Bias Circuit	164
4.4	Emitter Bias	171
4.5	Voltage-Divider Bias	175
4.6	DC Bias with Voltage Feedback	182
4.7	Miscellaneous Bias Configurations	185
4.8	Design Operations	190
4.9	Transistor Switching Networks	196
4.10	Troubleshooting Techniques	199
4.11	pnp Transistors	202
4.12	Bias Stabilization	203
4.13	Practical Applications	212
4.14	Summary	219	
4.15	Computer Analysis	221
CHAPTER 5: BJT AC Analysis	236
5.1	Introduction	237
5.2	Application in the AC Domain	237	
5.3	BJT Transistor Modeling	238
5.4	The re Transistor Model	240
5.5	The Hybrid Equivalent Model	247
5.6	Hybrid Model	252
5.7	Variations of Transistor Parameters	253
5.8	Common-Emitter Fixed-Bias Configuration	255
5.9	Voltage-Divider Bias	258
5.10	CE Emitter-Bias Configuration	261
5.11	Emitter-Follower Configuration	268
5.12	Common-Base Configuration	272
5.13	Collector Feedback Configuration	274
5.14	Collector DC Feedback Configuration	278
5.15	Determining the Current Gain	281
5.16	Effect of RL and Rs	282
5.17	Two-Port Systems Approach	287
5.18	Summary Tables	292
5.19	Cascaded Systems	295
5.20	Darlington Connection	299
5.21	Feedback Pair	304
5.22	Current Mirror Circuits	307
5.23	Current Source Circuits	309
5.24	Approximate Hybrid Equivalent Circuit	311
5.25	Complete Hybrid Equivalent Model	317
5.26	Troubleshooting	324
5.27	Practical Applications	325
5.28	Summary	332
5.29	Computer Analysis	334
CHAPTER 6: Field-Effect Transistors	360
6.1	Introduction	360
6.2	Construction and Characteristics of JFETs	362
6.3	Transfer Characteristics	368
6.4	Specification Sheets (JFETs)	374
6.5	Instrumentation	376	
6.6	Important Relationships	377
6.7	Depletion-Type MOSFET	378
6.8	Enhancement-Type MOSFET	384
6.9	MOSFET Handling	391
6.10	VMOS	392
6.11	CMOS	393
6.12	MESFETs	394
6.13	Summary Table	397
6.14	Summary	397
6.15	Computer Analysis	398
CHAPTER 7: FET Biasing	404
7.1	Introduction	404	
7.2	Fixed-Bias Configuration	405
7.3	Self-Bias Configuration	409
7.4	Voltage-Divider Biasing	415
7.5	Depletion-Type MOSFETs	420
7.6	Enhancement-Type MOSFETs	425
7.7	Summary Table	430
7.8	Combination Networks	430
7.9	Design	434
7.10	Troubleshooting	436
7.11	p-Channel FETs	437
7.12	Universal JFET Bias Curve	439
7.13	Practical Applications	442
7.14	Summary	453
7.15	Computer Analysis	454
CHAPTER 8: FET Amplifiers	464
8.1	Introduction	464
8.2	FET Small-Signal Model	465
8.3	JFET Fixed-Bias Configuration	472
8.4	JFET Self-Bias Configuration	475
8.5	JFET Voltage-Divider Configuration	481
8.6	JFET Source-Follower (Common-Drain) Configuration	482
8.7	JFET Common-Gate Configuration	485
8.8	Depletion-Type MOSFETs	489
8.9	Enhancement-Type MOSFETs	490
8.10	E-MOSFET Drain-Feedback Configuration	491
8.11	E-MOSFET Voltage-Divider Configuration	494
8.12	Designing FET Amplifier Networks	495
8.13	Summary Table	497
8.14	Effect of RL and Rsig	500
8.15	Cascade Configuration	503
8.16	Troubleshooting	505
8.17	Practical Applications	506
8.18	Summary	515	
8.19	Computer Analysis	515
CHAPTER 9: BJT and JFET Frequency Response	530
9.1	Introduction	530
9.2	Logarithms	530
9.3	Decibels	534
9.4	General Frequency Considerations	537
9.5	Low-Frequency Analysis-Bode Plot	540
9.6	Low-Frequency Response-BJT Amplifier	546
9.7	Low-Frequency Response-FET Amplifier	555
9.8	Miller Effect Capacitance	560
9.9	High-Frequency Response-BJT Amplifier	562
9.10	High-Frequency Response-FET Amplifier	569
9.11	Multistage Frequency Effects	572
9.12	Square-Wave Testing	573
9.13	Summary	577
9.14	Computer Analysis	578
CHAPTER 10: Operational Amplifiers	584
10.1	Introduction	584
10.2	Differential Amplifier Circuit	587
10.3	BiFET, BiMOS, and CMOS Differential Amplifier Circuits	594
10.4	Op-Amp Basics	597
10.5	Practical Op-Amp Circuits	600
10.6	Op-Amp Specifications-DC Offset Parameters	605
10.7	Op-Amp Specifications-Frequency Parameters	608
10.8	Op-Amp Unit Specifications	611
10.9	Differential and Common-Mode Operation	616
10.10	Summary	620
10.11	Computer Analysis	621
CHAPTER 11: Op-Amp Applications	631
11.1	Constant-Gain Multiplier	631
11.2	Voltage Summing	635
11.3	Voltage Buffer	638
11.4	Controlled Sources	639
11.5	Instrumentation Circuits	641
11.6	Active Filters	645
11.7	Summary	648
11.8	Computer Analysis	649
CHAPTER 12: Power Amplifiers	661
12.1	Introduction-Definitions and Amplifier Types	661
12.2	Series-Fed Class A Amplifier	663
12.3	Transformer-Coupled Class A Amplifier	667
12.4	Class B Amplifier Operation	674
12.5	Class B Amplifier Circuits	677
12.6	Amplifier Distortion	683
12.7	Power Transistor Heat Sinking	687
12.8	Class C and Class D Amplifiers	690
12.9	Summary	692
12.10	Computer Analysis	693
CHAPTER 13: Linear-Digital ICs	701
13.1	Introduction	701
13.2	Comparator Unit Operation	702
13.3	Digital-Analog Converters	708
13.4	Timer IC Unit Operation	711
13.5	Voltage-Controlled Oscillator	715
13.6	Phase-Locked Loop	717
13.7	Interfacing Circuitry	721
13.8	Summary	724
13.9	Computer Analysis	724
CHAPTER 14: Feedback and Oscillator Circuits	730
14.1	Feedback Concepts	730
14.2	Feedback Connection Types	731
14.3	Practical Feedback Circuits	737
14.4	Feedback Amplifier-Phase and Frequency Considerations	742
14.5	Oscillator Operation	745
14.6	Phase-Shift Oscillator	746
14.7	Wien Bridge Oscillator	749
14.8	Tuned Oscillator Circuit	750
14.9	Crystal Oscillator	753
14.10	Unijunction Oscillator	756
14.11	Summary	757
14.12	Computer Analysis	758
CHAPTER 15: Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators)	763
15.1	Introduction	763
15.2	General Filter Considerations	764
15.3	Capacitor Filter	766	
15.4	RC Filter	769
15.5	Discrete Transistor Voltage Regulation	771
15.6	IC Voltage Regulators	778
15.7	Practical Applications	783
15.8	Summary	786
15.9	Computer Analysis	786
CHAPTER 16: Other Two-Terminal Devices	791
16.1	Introduction	791
16.2	Schottky Barrier (Hot-Carrier) Diodes	791
16.3	Varactor (Varicap) Diodes	795
16.4	Power Diodes	799
16.5	Tunnel Diodes	799
16.6	Photodiodes	803
16.7	Photoconductive Cells	807
16.8	IR Emitters	808
16.9	Liquid-Crystal Displays	809
16.10	Solar Cells	812
16.11	Thermistors	815
16.12	Summary	817
CHAPTER 17: pnpn and Other Devices	821
17.1	Introduction	821
17.2	Silicon-Controlled Rectifier	822
17.3	Basic Silicon-Controlled Rectifier Operation	822
17.4	SCR Characteristics and Ratings	823
17.5	SCR Construction and Terminal Identification	825
17.6	SCR Applications	825
17.7	Silicon-Controlled Switch	829
17.8	Gate Turn-Off Switch	831
17.9	Light-Activated SCR	832
17.10	Shockley Diode	835
17.11	Diac	835
17.12	Triac	
17.13	Unijunction Transistor	838
17.14	Phototransistors	846
17.15	Opto-Isolators	848
17.16	Programmable Unijunction Transistor	850
17.17	Summary	855
Appendix A: Making the Chips That Run the World	860
Appendix B: Hybrid Parameters-Graphical 
Determinations and Conversion Equations (Exact and 
Approximate)	872
B.1	Graphical Determination of the h-Parameters	872
B.2	Exact Conversion Equations	876
B.3	Approximate Conversion Equations	876
Appendix C: Ripple Factor and Voltage Calculations	878
C.1	Ripple Factor of Rectifier	878
C.2	Ripple Voltage of Capacitor Filter	879
C.3	Relation of Vdc and Vm to Ripple r	880
C.4	Relation of Vr (RMS) and Vm to Ripple r	881
C.5	Relation Connecting Conduction Angle, 
Percentage Ripple, and IpeakyIdc for Rectifier-Capacitor 
Filter Circuits	882
Appendix D: Charts and Tables	884
Appendix E: Solutions to Selected 
Odd-Numbered Problems	886
Index	893 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electronic circuits.
Electronic apparatus and appliances.