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|1||Forrest M. Mims III||Mini Notebook; Formulas Tables and Basic Circuits|
|2||Salivahanan||Electronic devices and circuits|
|3||Malacara and Thompson||Handbook of Optical Engineering|
|Review; This handbook explains principles, processes, methods, and procedures of optical engineering in a concise and practical way. It emphasizes fundamental approaches and provides useful formulas and step-by-step worked-out examples to demonstrate applications and clarify calculation methods. The book covers refractive, reflective, and diffractive optical components; lens optical devices; modern fringe pattern analysis; optical metrology; Fourier optics and optical image processing; electro-optical and acousto-optical devices; spatial and spectral filters; optical fibers and accessories; optical fabrication; and more. It includes over 2,000 tables, flow charts, graphs, schematics, drawings, photographs, and mathematical expressions.|
|4||Bill Willson||Introduction to Physical Electronics|
|5||Valery Vodovozov||Introduction to Power Electronics|
|6||W. ALAN DAVIS and KRISHNA AGARWAL||Radio Frequency Circuit Design|
|Review; A much-needed, up-to-date guide to the rapidly growing area of RF circuit design, this book walks readers through a whole range of new and improved techniques for the analysis and design of receiver and transmitter circuits, illustrating them through examples from modern-day communications systems. The application of MMIC to RF design is also discussed.|
|7||Richard S. Muller, Theodore I Kamins, Mansun Chan||Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits|
|Review; Focusing specifically on silicon devices, the Third Edition of “Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits” takes students in integrated-circuits courses, from fundamental physics to detailed device operation. Because the book focuses primarily on silicon devices, each topic can include more depth, and extensive worked examples and practice problems ensure that students understand the details.|
|8||Kevin F. Brennan , April S. Brown||Theory of modern Electronic Semiconductor Devices|
|Review; A thorough examination of the present and future of semiconductor device technology Engineers continue to develop new electronic semiconductor devices that are almost exponentially smaller, faster, and more efficient than their immediate predecessors. Theory of Modern Electronic Semiconductor Devices endeavors to provide an up-to-date, extended discussion of the most important emerging devices and trends in semiconductor technology, setting the pace for the next generation of the discipline’s literature. Kevin Brennan and April Brown focus on three increasingly important areas: telecommunications, quantum structures, and challenges and alternatives to CMOS technology. Specifically, the text examines the behavior of heterostructure devices for communications systems, quantum phenomena that appear in miniaturized structures and new nanoelectronic device types that exploit these effects, the challenges faced by continued miniaturization of CMOS devices, and futuristic alternatives. Device structures on the commercial and research levels analyzed in detail include: * Heterostructure field effect transistors * Bipolar and CMOS transistors * Resonant tunneling diodes * Real space transfer transistors * Quantum dot cellular automata * Single electron transistors The book contains many homework exercises at the end of each chapter, and a solution manual can be obtained for instructors. Emphasizing the development of new technology, Theory of Modern Electronic Semiconductor Devices is an ideal companion to electrical and computer engineering graduate level courses and an essential reference for semiconductor device engineers.|
|9||Gianaurelio CUniberti, Giorgos Fagas, Klaus Richter||Introducing Molecular Electronics|
|Review; This volume presents a summary of our current understanding of molecular electronics combined with selected state-of-the-art results at a level accessible to the advanced undergraduate or novice postgraduate. This single book comprises the basic knowledge of both theory and experiment underpinning this rapidly growing field. Concepts and techniques such as density functional theory and charge transport, break junctions and scanning probe microscopy are introduced step-by-step and are subsequently used in specific examples. The text addresses a wide range of systems including molecular junctions made of single-molecules, self-assembled monolayers, carbon nanotubes and DNA.|
|10||Graf||Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits|
|Review; Diagrams and describes the basic circuits used in alarms, switches, voltmeters, battery chargers, modulators, receivers, transmitters, oscillators, amplifiers, converters, pulse generators, and field strength meters.|
|11||Thomas L. Floyd||Electronic Devices CC|
|Review; This popular, up-to-date devices book takes a strong systems approach that identifies the circuits and components within a system, and helps readers see how the circuit relates to the overall system function. Floyd is well known for straightforward, understandable explanations of complex concepts, as well as for non-technical, on-target treatment of mathematics. The extensive use of examples, Multisim simulations, and graphical illustrations makes even complex concepts understandable. From discrete components, to linear integrated circuits, to programmable analog devices, this booksÂ¿ coverage is well balanced between discrete and integrated circuits. Also includes focus on power amplifiers; BJT and FET amplifiers; advanced integrated circuits–instrumentation and isolation amplifiers; OTAs; log/antilog amplifiers; and converters. Thorough coverage of optical topics–high intensity LEDs and fiber optics. Devices sections on differential amplifiers and the IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor) are now included. For electronics technicians.|
|12||Gordon McComb, Earl Boysen||Electronics for Dummies|
|Review; Want to hook up your home theater system?
Want to fix it so your garage band rocks the neighborhood?
Want to solder the faulty wire on your old phonograph so you can play those 60s albums you’ve kept all this time?
Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer , hobbyist, or student , this book will turn you on to real-world electronics. It quickly covers the essentials, and then focuses on the how-to instead of theory. It covers: Fundamental concepts such as circuits, schematics, voltage, safety, and more Tools of the trade, including multimeters, oscilloscopes, logic probes, and more Common electronic components (e.g. resistors, capacitors, transistors) Making circuits using breadboards and printed circuit boards Microcontrollers (implementation and programming)
Author Gordon McComb has more than a million copies of his books in print, including his bestselling Robot Builder’s Bonanza and VCRs and Camcorders For Dummies. He really connects with readers! With lots of photos and step-by-step explanations, this book will have you connecting electronic components in no time! In fact, it includes fun ideas for great projects you can build in 30 minutes or less. You’ll be amazed! Then you can tackle cool robot projects that will amaze your friends! (The book gives you lots to choose from.) Students will find this a great reference and supplement to the typical dry, dull textbook. So whether you just want to bone up on electronics or want to get things hooked up, souped up, or fixed up,…whether you’re interested in fixing old electronic equipment, understanding guitar fuzz amps, or tinkering with robots, Electronics For Dummies is your quick connection to the stuff you need to know.
|13||Brindley K.||Starting Electronics >> 3rd Ed >> 4th Ed|
|Review; 3rd Ed. Starting Electronics is unrivalled as a highly practical introduction for hobbyists, students and technicians. Keith Brindley introduces readers to the functions of the main component types, their uses, and the basic principles of building and designing electronic circuits. Breadboard layouts make this very much a ready-to-run book for the experimenter; and the use of multimeter, but not oscilloscopes, puts this practical exploration of electronics within reach of every home enthusiast’s pocket. The third edition has kept the simplicity and clarity of the original. New material includes sections on transducers and more practical examples of digital ICs. A punchy, practical introduction to self-build electronicsThe ideal starting point for home experimenters, technicians and students who want to develop the real hands-on skills of electronics constructionCircuits use breadboards, a multimeter and widely available components, making them accessible to the first-time electronics experimenter|
|14||Y. Tsividis||A first Lab in Circuits and Electronics|
|Review; * Experiments are linked to real applications. Students are likely to be interested and excited to learn more and explore. Example of experiments linked to real applications can be seen in Experiment 2, steps 6, 7, 15, and 16; Experiment 5, steps 6 to 10 and Experiment 7, steps 12 to 20. * Self-contained background to all electronics experiments. Students will be able to follow without having taken an electronics course. Includes a self-contained introduction based on circuits only. For the instructor this provides flexibility as to when to run the lab. It can run concurrently with the first circuits analysis course. * Review background sections are provided. This convenient text feature provides an alternative point of view; helps provide a uniform background for students of different theoretical backgrounds. * A “touch-and-feel” approach helps to provide intuition and to make things “click”. Rather than thinking of the lab as a set of boring procedures, students get the idea that what they are learning is real. * Encourages students to explore and to ask “what if” questions. Helps students become active learners. * Introduces students to simple design at a very early stage. Helps students see the relevance of what they are learning, and to become active learners. * Helps students become tinkerers and to experiment on their own. Students are encouraged to become creative, and their mind is opened to new possibilities. This also benefits their subsequent professional work and/or graduate study.|
|15||John Markus, Vin Zeluff||Electronics for communication engineers|
|16||Steven T. Karris||Electronic devices and amplifier circuits with MATLAB applications|