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Electronic Concepts provides a detailed introduction to modern microelectronics. Equal emphasis is placed on analog and digital circuits, and the applications of particular devices and circuits are described within the context of actual electronic systems. The author begins with an overview of several important electronic systems, discussing in detail the types of signals that circuits are used to process. In the following chapters, he deals with individual devices. For each device he presents a brief physical description and demonstrates the use of different models in describing the device's behaviour in a particular circuit application. SPICE computer simulations are used throughout the text to supplement analytic descriptions. The book contains over 500 circuit diagrams and figures, over 400 homework problems, and over 100 simulation and design exercises. It includes many worked examples and is an ideal textbook for introductory courses in electronics. Laboratory experiments are available via the internet.

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