Learning the Art of Electronics: A Hands-On Lab Course (Bestsellers cărți Electronică)

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This introduction to circuit design is unusual in several respects. First, it offers not just explanations, but a full course. Each of the twenty-five sessions begins with a discussion of a particular sort of circuit followed by the chance to try it out and see how it actually behaves. Accordingly, students understand the circuit's operation in a way that is deeper and much more satisfying than the manipulation of formulas. Second, it describes circuits that more traditional engineering introductions would postpone: on the third day, we build a radio receiver; on the fifth day, we build an operational amplifier from an array of transistors. The digital half of the course centers on applying microcontrollers, but gives exposure to Verilog, a powerful Hardware Description Language. Third, it proceeds at a rapid pace but requires no prior knowledge of electronics. Students gain intuitive understanding through immersion in good circuit design.

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ISBN-13: 9780521177238
ISBN-10: 0521177235
Pagini: 1150
Ilustrații: 1530 b/w illus. 20 tables
Dimensiuni: 204 x 255 x 41 mm
Greutate: 2.16 kg
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Seria Bestsellers cărți Electronică

Locul publicării: Cambridge, United Kingdom


1. DC circuits; 2. RC circuits; 3. Diode circuits; 4. Transistors I; 5. Transistors II; 6. Operational amplifiers I; 7. Operational amplifiers II: nice positive feedback; 8. Operational amplifiers III; 9. Operational amplifiers IV: nasty positive feedback; 10. Operational amplifiers V: PID motor control loop; 11. Voltage regulators; 12. MOSFET switches; 13. Group audio project; 14. Logic gates; 15. Logic compilers, sequential circuits, flip-flops; 16. Counters; 17. Memory: state machines; 18. Analog to digital: phase-locked loop; 19. Microcontrollers and microprocessors I: processor/controller; 20. I/O, first assembly language; 21. Bit operations; 22. Interrupt: ADC and DAC; 23. Moving pointers, serial buses; 24. Dallas Standalone Micro, SiLabs SPI RAM; 25. Toys in the attic; Appendices; Index.


'Author Thomas Hayes, … designed the new volume for a full-semester laboratory course. [The book] is organised into 26 chapters, each offering rich context and clear explanations in labs, notes, supplementary material and worked problems … labs are balanced between analog and digital electronics. Hayes begins with familiar analog circuitry and includes discussions of voltage dividers, Ohm's and Kirchoffs's laws, and Thevenin equivalents. The labs tackle RC filters in both time and frequency domains with a cheerful approach that is not overly mathematical … retains many of the handsomely drawn circuits of the original Art of Electronics and is much more comprehensive … Instructors will want to know if Learning the Art of Electronics can stand alone as an undergraduate lab text. The answer is yes. While the book does cross-reference The Art of Electronics, it 'means to be self-sufficient', and it achieves that goal.' Paul J. H. Tjossem, Physics Today