DESIGN OF TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS WITH EXPERIMENTS
Authors: Keith A. Pullen, Jr.
Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268
| This book is written as a self-teaching course to provide the background
and explanations necessary to teach the reader the art of designing transistor
circuits. Experiments are provided throughout the book to give the reader
"hands on" experience in both design and semiconductor testing.
Chapter 1 discusses the basic theory necessary to transistor design while
Chapter 2 explains the basic differences between the linear resistances
used in electronics and the highly nonlinear resistances that are the basis
for solid-state devices. Then, Chapter 3 and 4 examine the relationships
between npn and pnp transistors and studies their characteristics and how
they can be applied. Field-effect devices are examined in Chapter 5. Their
characteristics, as well as their similarities and differences to bipolar
transistors, are discussed and tested. Special-purpose devices are studied
in Chapter 6 while Chapter 7 is devoted to the evaluation of the various
devices studied in this book. The various appendices provide useful information
that ranges from some of the more important equations used for the Ebers-Moll
"back to back diode" equations to examining various kinds of
instruments and components. In Appendix E, several interesting and useful
experiments have been included for readers who desire additional experimental
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