Designed to help readers learn electronics at a more rapid pace, this interactive manual uses Electronics Workbench software to takes them from basic DC and AC series and parallel circuits to simulation of circuits using transformers, inductors, and capacitors. It includes numerous laboratory instrument exercises to enable readers to use the oscilloscope and function generator, and to get a much better understanding of adjusting the controls on the real equipment used in hands-on labs. Each chapter includes 1) a Pre-lab review of the key theories and formulas necessary to complete the simulation laboratory experience, and provides circuit examples, sample problems, and designs; 2) Laboratory simulation; 3) Troubleshooting exercises; 4) Hardware experiments drawn from an array of IC applications; and 5) Add- or Modify-Questions. Electronics Workbench Fundamentals. Series Circuit Measurements. Parallel Circuits. Parallel Series Circuits. Loading Effect of Meters. The Resistance Bridge. Voltage Divider Circuits. Kirchoff's Laws. Thevenin's Theorem. Using the Oscilloscope. Using the Function Generator. Magnetism and Transformers. Transient Response of Capacitors. RC Circuits. Maximum Power Transfer. RL Series Circuits Measurements. RL Parallel Circuits. RLC Circuits. For anyone interested in a faster, hands-on approach to learning electronics using one of the most popular electronics software packages.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. 2. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130166189