Preface about the book:
his laboratory workbook is designed for use with the texts Elec. tronic Devices, Third Edition, and Electronic Devices: Electron Flow Version by Thomas L. Floyd. The 43 experiments cover virtually every basic aspect of circuits containing rectifier and zener diodes; bipolar, field effect (JFET, MOSFET), and unijunction transistors; silicon-controlled rectifiers; operational amplifiers; and integratedcircuit voltage regulators, timers, and phase-locked loops.
Although the experiments are specifically referenced to the companion text, they are nevertheless general enough to be easily integrated with any other textbook on semiconductor devices at the electrical/electronics technology level. The experiments in this book reinforce and expand upon the concepts presented in the class. room. The student is able to verify these concepts by performing detailed step-by-step experiments that are easily accomplished in a typical two to three-hour lab session. In all cases, experimental measurements can be reasonably compared to theory. Although there are 43 experiments, the student will be expected to perform only a select number of them. It is not necessary to treat all the experiments separately; some may be conveniently combined as a single major experiment. Experiments 9 through 12, for example, concentrate on the biasing of bipolar transistors and can easily be consolidated.
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