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INTRODUCTION
1.1 Electronics as science
1.2 Setting up a home lab
1.2.1 Work area
1.2.2 Tools
1.2.3 Supplies
1.3 Contributors
2.1 Voltmeter usage
2.2 Ohmmeter usage
2.3 A very simple circuit
2.4 Ammeter usage
2.5 Ohm’s Law
2.6 Nonlinear resistance
2.7 Power dissipation
2.8 Circuit with a switch
2.9 Electromagnetism
2.10 Electromagnetic induction
DC CIRCUITS
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Series batteries
3.3 Parallel batteries
3.4 Voltage divider
3.5 Current divider
3.6 Potentiometer as a voltage divider
3.7 Potentiometer as a rheostat
3.8 Precision potentiometer
3.9 Rheostat range limiting
3.10 Thermoelectricity
3.11 Make your own multimeter
3.12 Sensitive voltage detector
3.13 Potentiometric voltmeter
3.14 4-wire resistance measurement
3.15 A very simple computer
3.16 Potato battery
3.17. CAPACITOR CHARGING AND DISCHARGING 137
3.17 Capacitor charging and discharging
3.18 Rate-of-change indicator
AC CIRCUITS
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Transformer – power supply
4.3 Build a transformer
4.4 Variable inductor
Variable inductor
4.5 Sensitive audio detector
4.8 Automotive alternator
4.9 Phase shift
4.10 Sound cancellation
4.11. MUSICAL KEYBOARD AS A SIGNAL GENERATOR 175
4.11 Musical keyboard as a signal generator
4.12 PC Oscilloscope
4.13 Waveform analysis
4.14. INDUCTOR-CAPACITOR ”TANK” CIRCUIT 183
4.14 Inductor-capacitor ”tank” circuit
4.15 Signal coupling
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Commutating diode
5.3 Half-wave rectifier
5.4 Full-wave center-tap rectifier
5.5 Full-wave bridge rectifier
5.6 Rectifier/filter circuit
5.7 Voltage regulator
5.8 Transistor as a switch
5.9 Static electricity sensor
5.10 Pulsed-light sensor
5.11 Voltage follower
5.12 Common-emitter amplifier
5.13 Multi-stage amplifier
5.14 Current mirror
5.15 JFET current regulator
5.16 Differential amplifier
5.17 Simple op-amp
5.18 Audio oscillator
5.19 Vacuum tube audio amplifier
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Voltage comparator
6.3 Precision voltage follower
6.4 Noninverting amplifier
6.5 High-impedance voltmeter
6.6 Integrator
6.8 555 ramp generator
6.9 PWM power controller
6.10 Class B audio amplifier
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Basic gate function
7.3 NOR gate S-R latch
7.4 NAND gate S-R enabled latch
7.5 NAND gate S-R flip-flop
7.6 LED sequencer
7.7 Simple combination lock
7.8 3-bit binary counter
7.9 7-segment display
ABOUT THIS BOOK
8.1 Purpose
8.2 The use of SPICE
8.3 Acknowledgements
CONTRIBUTOR LIST
9.1 How to contribute to this book
9.2 Credits
9.2.1 Tony R. Kuphaldt
9.2.2 Your name here
9.2.3 Typo corrections and other “minor” contributions
DESIGN SCIENCE LICENSE
10.1 0. Preamble
10.2 1. Definitions
10.3 2. Rights and copyright
10.4 3. Copying and distribution
10.5 4. Modification
10.6 5. No restrictions
10.7 6. Acceptance
10.8 7. No warranty
10.9 8. Disclaimer of liability
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