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Principles Of Electronics

The book has been written primarily as a text book in fundamentals of Electronics, as are taught to students of different engineering disciplines viz. Electrical (Power), Mechanical, Civil, Metallurgical, etc. With rapid developments in electronic instrumentation and automation, almost all science and engineering laboratories have started using electronic instruments and devices.

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B . Chatterjee

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Miṉṉaṇuviyal kōṭpāṭukaḷ


Asia Publishing House

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As transistors are presently used in many electronic devices, some basic ideas about transistor operation and transistor circuits have also been included. As the book is meant for elementary classes, operating principles have only been discussed. Similarities of vacuum tube and transistor circuits have been more stressed, for the convenience of the freshers in the field. For institutions where transistor circuits are not taught in the elementary level, the students may omit Chapter VIII and the relevant sections of other chapters. Most tube and transistor characteristics were taken from the Manuals of the Radio Corporation of America (U.S.A.) and the transistor receiver circuits (in Appendix II) were taken from the Transistor Manual of General Electric Company (U.S.A.). The author is grateful to both these organisations for their co-operations.


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