Electronics

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Foreword[edit]

  1. Aim of This Textbook
  2. Prerequisites
  3. Preface

Chapter 1: DC Circuits[edit]

  1. Charge and Coulomb's Law 75% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  2. Voltage, Current, and Power 75% developed  as of May 2009
  3. Basic Concepts 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  4. Cells 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  5. Resistors 100% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  6. Capacitors 75% developed  as of June 18, 2005
  7. Inductors 75% developed  as of June 18, 2005
    1. Inductance 25% developed
    2. Inductors/Networks 25% developed
    3. Inductor Construction 25% developed
    4. Inductors/Real Inductors 25% developed
    5. Simplifying Capacitor/Inductor Networks 25% developed
  8. Other Components 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  9. DC Voltage and Current Laws 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  10. Nodal Analysis 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  11. Mesh Analysis 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  12. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  13. Superposition 50% developed  as of June 18, 2005
  14. Diagnostic Equipment 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  15. DC Circuit Analysis 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  16. Measuring Instruments 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  17. Noise in electronic circuits 0% developed  as of June 12, 2005

Chapter 2: AC Circuits[edit]

  1. AC Circuits 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  2. Phasors 50% developed  as of December 14, 2010
  3. Impedance 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  4. Steady State 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005

Chapter 3: Transient Analysis[edit]

  1. Inductors/Transient Analysis 25% developed
  2. RC Circuits 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  3. RL Circuits 0% developed
  4. LC Circuits 0% developed
  5. RCL Circuits 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005

Chapter 4: Analog Circuits[edit]

  1. Analog Circuits 0% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  2. Vacuum Tubes 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  3. Diodes 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  4. Transistors 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  5. FET
  6. MOSFET
  7. Amplifiers 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  8. Operational amplifiers 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
    1. Op-Amps/Non Linear Configurations 25% developed
    2. Op-Amps/Non Linear Configurations/Inductor Gyrator 25% developed
  9. Analog multipliers 50% developed  as of July 19, 2006

Chapter 5: Digital Circuits[edit]

  1. Digital Circuits
  2. Boolean Algebra
  3. TTL
  4. CMOS
  5. Integrated Circuits

Elements of Digital Circuits[edit]

  1. Transistors
  2. Basic gates
  3. Combination gates
  4. Flip Flops
  5. Counters
  6. Adders
  7. Decoders and Encoders
  8. Multiplexers

Computer Architecture[edit]

  1. RAM and ROM
  2. Registers
  3. ALU
  4. Control Unit
  5. I/O
  6. RTN

Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters[edit]

  1. Analog to Digital Converters
  2. Sequential Approximation Registers
  3. Digital to Analog Converters

Radio engineering[edit]

  1. Frequency Spectrum
  2. Gallery of VLF-signals
  3. VLF-reception with the PC
  4. Reception of DRM-transmitters
  5. Transmitter design

Formulas Sheets[edit]

  1. Definitions 50% developed  as of June 12, 2005
  2. Circuit Symbols (Editors should also look at Template)
  3. Identifying Components and Values25%.svg
  4. Electronics Formulas
  5. Op Amp Applications
  6. Laplace Transform pairs25%.svg

Others[edit]

  1. Formulas
  2. Design Basics: Tools and Equipment
  3. Electro-Mechanical Analogies
  4. Expanded Edition

Resources: (When adding links make sure to fill out the Permission Form)

  1. Discuss this book
  2. GCSE Science/Electricity
  3. Wikipedia's Electronics
  4. Wikipedia's List of electronics topics

Resources that are not yet covered by the Permission Form

  1. Tony R. Kuphaldt's Lessons in Electric Circuits