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Part 1:
Circuits

1 Diodes

The V-I curve of a typical forward biased diode, made from silicon
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

(p. 3)

1 Diodes

The V-I graph of a reverse biased Zener diode

(p. 4)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

2 Transistor switches

The MOSFET switches on the filament lamp when the light intensity falls
below a given level (p. 10)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

2 Transistor switches

The audible warning device sounds when the light intensity falls below a
given level (p. 12)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

3 Potential dividers

When a load is connected to the divider, it is in parallel with R2

(p. 26)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

4 Capacitors

S1 is turned on at 0 seconds and vC (grey curve) begins rising to 10 V, as


the capacitor charges (p. 36)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

5 Using capacitors

Cross-connected BJT switches form a monostable pulse generator


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

(p. 42)

5 Using capacitors

The basic 555 monostable circuit

(p. 42)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

5 Using capacitors

The 555 timer IC can also be used as an astable multivibrator

(p. 43)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

5 Using capacitors

Exchanging the capacitor and resistor result in the inverse action


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

(p. 45)

5 Using capacitors

Amplitude increases at a steady rate with frequency up to about 1 kHz,


After that, it begins to level off (p. 46)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

5 Using capacitors

Measuring VIN and VOUT, using an oscilloscope

(p. 48)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

6 Fields

The effect of a magnetic field (H) of the magnetisation (B) of ferromagnetic


material (p. 54)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

8 MOSFET amplifiers

The source terminal is common to both the input and output sides of this
MOSFET amplifier, so it is known as a common-source amplifier (p. 63)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

8 MOSFET amplifiers

A common-drain MOSFET amplifier has unity voltage gain but high current
gain (p. 67)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

9 BJT amplifiers

In a common-emitter BJT amplifier the emitter terminal is common to both


the input and output circuits (p. 72)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

9 BJT amplifiers

The voltage output of a common-collector amplifier is always


approximately 0.7 V lower than its input (p. 77)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

11 Operational amplifiers

Graph plotted on logarithmic scales for both frequency and gain of an op


amp (p. 92)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

11 Operational amplifiers

In an inverting amplifier circuit, the input goes to the () terminal and there
is negative feedback to that terminal (p. 94)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

11 Operational amplifiers

Op amp drawn with its input terminals exchanged to make the diagram
simpler (p. 97)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

12 Applications of op amps

In an integrator, the output falls as charge flows toward plate A of the


capacitor (p. 105)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

12 Applications of op amps

An inverting Schmitt trigger uses positive feedback to give it its snap


action (p. 106)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

15 Power amplifiers

In a Class B amplifier the transistors are biased so that they are off when
there is no input signal (p. 128)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

17 Power supplies

The diode rectifier bridge and the Zener diode give improved performance
(p. 149)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

20 Logical combinations

The output of this parity tree goes high if the 8-bit input contains an odd
number of 1s (p. 178)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

20 Logical combinations

The logic levels in this data selector (or multiplexer) are shown for a low
select (S) input (p. 180)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

20 Logical combinations

A data distributor (or demultiplexer) routes the data to one of its outputs
(p. 181)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

21 Logical sequences

The sequence of stages of resetting an S-R flip-flop

(p. 187)

Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

22 Counters and registers

Three D-type flip-flops wired as toggle flip-flops act as a 3-bit up counter


divider (p. 196)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

22 Counters and registers

A synchronous counter, in which all the flipflops are clocked


simultaneously (p. 199)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

22 Counters and registers

A shift register can be built from D-type flipflops. When they are clocked,
data is shifted one step along the chain (p. 202)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

22 Counters and registers

A walking ring counter is based on a chain of flip-flops, with the inverted


output of the last stage fed back to the input of the first stage (p. 203)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

24 Converter circuits

A flash converter is the fastest analogue-to-digital converter, but it needs


several hundred comparators to give high precision (p. 216)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

24 Converter circuits

Circuit of a 4-bit converter (p. 223)


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Part 2:
Systems

26 Audio and video systems

Diagram showing some connections of a typical domestic stereo system


(p. 229)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

31 Radio transmission

The superhet receiver (p. 282)


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

33 Electronic control
systems

The main components of an open-loop control system and a closed-loop


system with negative feedback (p. 294)
Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

34 Process control systems

A PID, or 3-term control system (p. 305)


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Part 3:
Microelectronic
systems

37 Processing

A microcomputer system (p. 319)


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

37 Processing

A microcontroller (p. 322)


Electronics Circuits and Systems 3rd edition. 2007, Owen Bishop. Published by Elsevier Ltd.