Basic Electronics, meant for the core science and technology courses in engineering colleges and universities, has been designed with the key objective of enhancing the students' knowledge in the field of electronics. Solid state electronics being a rapidly-evolving field of study, each topic has been extensively researched for the latest updates, and the authors have supplemented the chapters with customized pedagogical features.
The required knowledge in mathematics has been developed throughout the book and no prior grasp of physical electronics has been assumed as an essential requirement for understanding the subject. Detailed mathematical derivations illustrated by solved examples enhance the understanding of the theoretical concepts. With its simple language and clear-cut style of presentation, this book presents an intelligent understanding of a complex subject like electronics.
* 402 Teaching slides with detailed modules
* 27 Interactive animations
* 8 3D Objects
* Pre-built questions
* Outline and Objectives provide a brief look at the chapter, and help the students and the instructors prepare for class.
* Figures and Tables illustrate the major concepts providing a perspective into the real-life applications.
* Solved Examples after every key topic and mathematical derivation help the students develop a strong foundation in analysis.
* For Advanced Readers identify and analyse the vital concepts to support advanced learning.
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1 . SEMICONDUCTOR FUNDAMENTALS
2 . DIODE FUNDAMENTALS
3 . DIODE CIRCUITS
4 . BJT FUNDAMENTALS
5 . BJT CIRCUITS
6 . FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTER
7 . FET CIRCUITS
8 . SPECIAL SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
9 . FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER
10 . FUNDAMENTAL OF INTEGRATED CIRCUIT FABRICATION
11 . OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER
12 . OSCILLATORS
13 . DIGITAL ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES
14 . ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT
Debashis De studied radio physics & electronics and obtained his Ph.D. from Jadavpur University in 2005. He is currently Reader at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, West Bengal University of Technology. With research interests in the field of semiconductor nanostructures, Dr De has more than 30 publications in international journals and conferences to his credit. In 2005, URSI awarded him with the International Young Scientists Award. In 2008, he was invited as a Post Doctoral Endeavour Research Fellow to the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, and the Australian Government awarded him with the Endeavour Award for research and professional development. He is currently an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. Dr De has co-authored Einstein Relation in Compound Semiconductors and Their Nanostructures with Professor K. P. Ghatak. His current research topic includes theoretical and simulative investigation of different electronic and transport properties of armchair and zigzag nanotubes, nanoscale transistors, quantum wells, wires, dots, superlattices, n-i-p-i structures, and heavily doped systems under external controlled fields.
Professor K. P. Ghatak is the First Recipient of the Degree of Doctor of Engineering of Jadavpur University in 1991 since the inception of the University in 1955, and in the same year he received the prestigious Indian National Science Academy award. He joined as Lecturer in the Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics of the University of Calcutta in 1983, Reader in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication of Jadavpur University in 1987 and Professor in the Department of Electronic Science of the University of Calcutta in 1994 respectively. His present research interest is nano structured science and technology.