Electronics Quick Study Guide for Smartphones and Mobile Devices

Electronics Quick Study Guide for Smartphones and Mobile Devices

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Boost Your grades with this illustrated Study Guide. You will use it from an undergraduate school all the way to graduate school and beyond. Features: - Clear and concise explanations - Difficult concepts are explained in simple terms - Illustrated with graphs and diagrams - Search for the words or phrases - Includes tables of symbols, electronic components identification, and many more Table of Contents: i. Introduction: Foreword Symbols used in Electronics ii. Signal Transforms: Fourier analysis Fourier series Fourier transform Discrete Fourier transform A derivation of the discrete Fourier transform Discrete-time Fourier transform Gibbs phenomenon Laplace transform Two-sided Laplace transform Z-transform Transfer function I. Electronic components: Identification Passive components Active solid-state components: Diodes Transistors Power Supplies Active thermionic components Display devices Electromechanical sensors and actuators Thermoelectric devices Photoelectric devices Antennas Interconnecting electronic components II. Analog Circuits: Circuit Analysis Analysis of Resistive Circuits AC Circuits Benefits and Design Amplifiers Switching amplifiers Oscillators Modulation Methods Filter Design III. Digital Circuits: Integrated Circuit Elements of Digital Circuits Computer Architecture Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters I. Electronic Components Passive components: Fuse Capacitors Inductors Magnetic amplifier Crystal Oscillator Polyswitch Resistors Varistor Transformer Switch Active solid-state components: Semiconductor devices Semiconductor materials Diodes Transistors DIAC - Diode for Alternating Current TRIAC - TRIode for Alternating Current Power Supplies Frequency changer Active thermionic components: Vacuum tube Cathode ray tube Klystron Magnetron Display devices: Cathode ray tube Liquid crystal display Light-emitting diode Nixie tube Electromechanical sensors and actuators: Microphone Loudspeaker Strain gauge Switch Thermoelectric devices: Thermoelectric effect Thermistor Thermocouple Thermopile Peltier cooler Photoelectric devices: Photomultiplier tube Light-dependent resistor Photodiode Photovoltaic cell (solar cell) Antennas Radio antenna Elemental dipole Biconical Yagi Log-periodic antenna Phased array Magnetic dipole (loop) Parabolic dish Feedhorn Waveguide Interconnecting electronic components: Electrical connectors, plugs and sockets Printed circuit boards Point-to-point construction Wire-wrap Breadboard II. Analog Circuits Circuit Analysis: Introduction Symbols used in Electronics Kirchhoff's current law Ohm's Law Circuit diagram Charge and Coulomb's Law Coulomb's Law Cell DC Voltage and Current Nodal Analysis Mesh Analysis Thevenin and Norton Equivalents Norton's Theorem ThAcvenin's Theorem Superposition DC Circuit Analysis Noise in electronic circuits Diagnostic Equipment SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) Analysis of Resistive Circuits: Series and parallel circuits Wheatstone bridge Y-Delta transform Voltage divider Current divider Combining impedances AC Circuits: Alternating current AC Voltage and Current Phasors Impedance RC Circuits RCL Circuits: RCL frequency domain RCL time domain simple RCL time domain Example ...Boost Your grades with this illustrated Study Guide.

Title:Electronics Quick Study Guide for Smartphones and Mobile Devices
Publisher:MobileReference - 2007-01-01


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