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This eighth edition of Malvino’s classic Electronic Principles offers students a definitive overview of electronic circuits and devices. Expert knowledge of electronic devices is presented in a stimulating, clearly written, conversational style. The new, streamlined book design is full-color throughout, with ample, clear illustrations. Greater emphasis on modern integrated circuit (IC) technology, and the revision of nearly one third of the previous edition’s chapter problems and review questions refresh this text while retaining its proven approach. In addition to the text there is a wealth of supplementary material included for both student and instructor. An upgraded Experiments Manual, the optional use of MultiSIM software, an instructor’s manual with an Instructor Productivity Center CD-ROM, and the brand new Online Learning Center website make this text a powerful learning tool." Electronic Principles is written for electronics students who have done course work in basic DC/AC circuit analysis, along with algebra and trigonometry prerequisites. The book gives clear, accessible coverage of basic electronics concepts in the first half of the book, then applies these to the important electronic circuits and devices most widely used in today’s industry.
The new edition of Electronic Principles provides the clearest, most complete coverage for use in courses such as Electronic Devices, Linear Electronics, and Electronic Circuits. It's been updated to keep coverage in step with the fast-changing world of electronics. Yet, it retains Malvino's clear writing style, supported throughout by abundant illustrations and examples.
This book presents a thorough introduction to the Microchip PIC microcontroller family, including all of the PIC programming and interfacing for all the peripheral functions. A step-by-step approach to PIC assembly language programming is presented, with tutorials that demonstrate how to use such inherent development tools such as the Integrated Development Environment MPLAB, PIC18 C compiler, the ICD2 in-circuit debugger, and several demo boards. Comprehensive coverage spans the topics of interrupts, timer functions, parallel I/O ports, various serial communications such as USART, SPI, I2C, CAN, A/D converters, and external memory expansion.
This text distinguishes itself from its competition (esp. Sedra/Smith) by its careful and complete integration of SPICE - a circuit simulation software program used widely in EE departments, especially in its free, Evaluation versions called PSPICE. The use of SPICE is incorporated directly into the book's rich selection of realistic examples. In simple terms, SPICE is used as a analysis tool to test electronics devices and their performance in circuits. In addition, the authors focus on three key objectives in presenting the basic concepts of electronics. The authors (1) describe device models for diodes, bipolar junction transistors and field-effect transistors; (2) apply these device models in a wide variety of realistic examples; and (3) integrate the use of SPICE throughout as a powerful design tool for circuit analysis. The book also features a superior new learning pedagogy, with important concepts listed at the beginning of each chapter, marginal notes emphasizing key concepts in the text, more than 200 example problems and circuit designs, new drill exercises and checkup questions at the end of each section and chapter, and more than 1,000 end-of-chapter problems. Bound in to the back of the book is a CD-ROM containing Macintosh, DOS and Windows Evaluation versions of PSPICE; SPICE netlists supporting the text; Acrobat-based electronic transparencies of text illustrations; and a collection of sample circuits developed for use with the Student Edition of Electronics Workbench for Windows (also distributed by PWS), making this book a complete course and design solution for professors and student using PSPICE and other circuit analysis software

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