Electronic Principles, Seventh edition, is written for electronics students who have done course work in basic DC/AC circuit analysis, along with algebra and trigonometry prerequisites. The book gives clear, accessible coverage of basic electronics concepts in the first half of the book, then applies these to the important electronic circuits and devices most widely used in today’s industry.
This seventh edition of Malvino’s classic, Electronic Principles, offers students a definitive overview of electronic circuits and devices. Expert knowledge of electronic devices is presented in a stimulating, clearly written, conversational style. The new, streamlined book design is full-color throughout, with ample, clear illustrations. Greater emphasis on modern integrated circuit (IC) technology and the revision of nearly one third of the previous edition’s chapter problems and review questions refresh this text while retaining its proven approach.
Electronic Principles provides essential understanding of semiconductor device characteristics, testing,
and the practical circuits in which they are found. The text provides clearly explained concepts—written
in an easy-to-read conversational style—establishing the foundation needed for understanding the operation
and troubleshooting of electronic systems. Practical circuit examples are found throughout the chapters.
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