Electronic Devices & Circuits – Jacob Millman, Christos C. Halkias – 1st Edition


This , intended as a text for a first course in electronics for or physics , has two primary objectives: to present a clear, consistent picture of the internal physical behavior of many devices, and to teach the reader how to analyze and design circuits using these devices.

Only through a study of physical electronics, particularly solid-state , can the usefulness of a device be appreciated and its limitations be understood.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Electron ballistics and applications
Chapter 2: Energy levels and energy bands
Chapter 3: Conduction in metals
Chapter 4: Vacuum-diode characteristics
Chapter 5: Conduction in semiconductors
Chapter 6: Semiconductor-diode characteristics
Chapter 7: Vacuum-tube characteristics
Chapter 8: Vacuum-tube small-signal models and applications
Chapter 9: Transistor characteristics
Chapter 10: Transistor biasing and thermal stabilization
Chapter 11: Small-signal low-frequency transistor models
Chapter 12: Los-frequency transistor amplifier circuits
Chapter 13: The high-frequency transistor
Chapter 14: Field-effect transistors
Chapter 15: Integrated circuits
Chapter 16: Untended amplifiers
Chapter 17: Feedback amplifiers and oscillators
Chapter 18: Large-signal amplifiers
Chapter 19: Photoelectric devices
Chapter 20: Rectifies and power supplies
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