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Basic Electronics
Original Title Basic Electronics
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Topics electronics, technology, soviet, semiconductors, amplifiers, photo-diodes, transistors, electron tubes. microwave tubes, p-n junction, i-v characteristics, Bipolar Transistors, Field-Effect Transistors, Integrated Circuits, Charge-Coupled Devices, Electron Tubes, Vacuum Triodes, engineering, signal
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Basic ElectronicsI. Zherebtsov
Basic Electronics
¬†The subject-matter of the book co¬≠vers a wide range of material specific to electronics ‚Äď from the basic prin¬≠ciples underlying it to sophisticated devices employed in a multitude of applications. Among other things, there is a fairly detailed discussion of semiconductor materials and devices, electron tubes, photocells, optoelect¬≠ronic devices, and integrated circuits. The text is liberally illustrated and includes a discussion of reliability and testing. The book has been conceived as an aid in the study of electronics by college students, those relying on self-education, and hobbyists.
Docent Ivan P. Zherebtsov, Cand. (Pedagog. Sc.) taught electrical en­gineering and radio engineering at secondary educational establish­ ments since 1928, has been lecturing on these subjects at colleges since 1946. Is a leading Soviet authority in the field of telecommunications. Has penned over 40 books and booklets many of which have been translated into foreign languages or published outside the Soviet Union. The most important of them are Radio Engi­neering (five editions), Basic Electro­nics (four editions). Electric and Magnetic Circuits (two editions), An Introduction to UHF-SHT Radio En­gineering (three editions). Honorary member of the A. S. Popov Scientific and Technical Society on Radio, Electronics, and Communications.
First published 1988
Revised from the 1985 Russian edition
Translated from the Russian by Boris V. Kuznetsov
Preface 9
 
Introduction 10
I-1 Electronics Defined 10
I-2 A Brief Historical Outline 10
I-3 Requirements for Electronic Components 13
I-4 Semiconductor Devices in Electronics 16
PART ONE. SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 
Chapter 1 Electric Conduction in Semiconductors 18
1-l Electrons in Solids 18
1-2 Intrinsic Electron and Hole Conduction. Drift Current 20
1-3 Extrinsic Conduction 24
1-4 Carrier Diffusion in Semiconductors 26
Chapter 2 P-N and Metal-Semiconductor Junctions 28
2-1 A P-N Junction with No External Voltage Applied 28
2-2 The Forward-Biased P-N Junction 31
2-3 The Reverse-Biased P-N Junction 33
2-4 The Metal-Semiconductor Junction 34
Chapter 3 Semiconductor Diodes 35
3-1 The Current-Voltage Characteristic of the Semiconductor Diode 35
3-2 The Capacitance of a Semiconductor Diode 37
3-3 The Temperature Behaviour of Semiconductor Diodes 38
3-4 The Operation of the Diode at Load 39
3-5 Semiconductor Diodes as Rectifiers 41
3-6 Series and Parallel Connection of Diodes 45 
3-7 The Pulsed Operation of Semiconductor Diodes 
3-8 Basic Types of Semiconductor Diodes 48
Chapter 4 Bipolar Transistors 53
4-1 General Principles 53
4-2 Physical Processes in a Transistor 54
4-3 Amplification by a Transistor 59
4-4 The Basic Circuit Configurations of Transistors
4-5 Bias Supply and Temperature Compensation for Transistors 64 
4-6 Transistors in Amplifiers and Oscillators 67
Chapter 5 Characteristics and Parameters of Bipolar Transistors 68 
5-1 Characteristics of Transistors 68
5-2 Parameters and Equivalent Circuits of Transistors 73
Chapter 6 Dynamic Operation of Bipolar Transistors 80
6-1 Calculation of Dynamic Operation of Transistors 80
6-2 The Effect of Temperature on the Performance of Transistors 86
6-3 The Frequency Behaviour of Transistors 88
6-4 Transistors as Switches 90
6-5 Frequency Changing by Semiconductor Devices 91
6-6 Inherent Noise in Transistors 95
6-7 Basic Types of Bipolar Transistors 97
Chapter 7 Field-Effect Transistors and Thyristors 102
7-1 Field-Effect Transistors 102 
7-2 Thyristors 109
Chapter 8 Miscellaneous Semiconductor Devices
8-1 The Tunnel Diode 113
8-2 Microwave Semiconductor Diodes 117 
8-3 Avalanche Diodes and Gunn Diodes 119 
8-4 Heterojunction Devices 121
8-5 The Unijunction Transistor 122
8-6 Semiconductor Resistors 122
Chapter 9 An Outline of Integrated Circuits 123
9-1 General 123
9-2 Film and Hybrid Integrated Circuits 125
9-3 Monolithic Integrated Circuits 127
9-4 Charge-Coupled Devices and Integrated Injection Logic (I2L) Chips 135
PART TWO. ELECTRON TUBES 
Chapter 10 Behaviour of Electrons in Electric and Mag­netic Fields 139
10-1 The Motion of Electrons in a Uniform Electric Field 139 
10-2 The Motion of Electrons in a Nonuniform Electric Field 142 
10-3 The Motion of Electrons in a Uniform Magnetic Field 143
Chapter 11 The Basic Structure and Operation of Electron Tubes 145
11-1 A General Outline and Classification of Electron Tubes 145
11-2 The Basic Structure and Operation of the Diode 146 
11-3 The Basic Structure and Operation of the Triode 148 
11-4 Electron Emission 149
11-5 The Parameters of Thermionic Cathodes 152
11-6 Cathodes 152
11-7 Directly and Indirectly Heated Cathodes 154
11-8 Anode and Grid Types for Vacuum Tubes 156
11-9 Vacuum in Vacuum Tubes. Tube Envelopes 158
11-10 Electrode Mounting and Electrode Leads 158
Chapter 12 Diodes 160
12-1 Physical Processes 160
12-2′ The Three-Halves Power Law 162
12-3 The Current-Voltage Characteristic of a Vacuum Diode 
12-4 The Parameters of the Vacuum Diode 163
12-5 Dynamic Operation of a Vacuum Diode. Rectification of Alternating Current 165
12-6 Diode Types 166
Chapter 13 Vacuum Triodes 167
13-1 Physical Processes
13-2 Current Division 170
13-3 The Virtual Voltage and the Three-Halves Power Law 171 
13-4 Characteristics of the Vacuum Triode 172
13-5 The Operating Conditions, Absolute Maximum Ratings and Parameters of the Vacuum Triode 175 
13-6 Grid Current 181
Chapter 14 The Vacuum Triode in Operation at Load 182
14-1 General 182
14-2 An Amplifier Stage Using a Vacuum Triode 183
14-3 Amplifier Stage Parameters 187
14-4 The Analytical Method and the Equivalent Circuits of an Amplifier Stage 189
14-5 Graphical Analysis of Triode Performance at Load 192 
14-6 The Vacuum Triode as an Oscillator 195
14-7 The Interelectrode Capacitances of a Vacuum Triode 195
14-8 Common-Grid and Common-Anode Stages 198
14-9 Limitations of the Vacuum Triode 199
14-10 Basic Types of Receiving-Amplifying Vacuum Triodes
Chapter 15 Tetrodes, Pentodes and Miscellaneous Tubes 199
15- 1 The Vacuum Tetrode 199
15-2 Secondary Electron Emission in the Vacuum Tetrode 202
15-3 The Pentode 203
15-4 Current Division in the Pentode 204
15-5 Connection of Tetrodes and Pentodes in Circuits 205
15-6 The Characteristics of Tetrodes and Pentodes 206
15-7 The Parameters of Tetrodes and Pentodes 208
15-8 The Interelectrode Capacitances of Tetrodes and Pentodes 208
15-9 The Beam Power Tetrode 210
15-10 The Characteristics and Parameters of the Beam Tetrode 211
15-11 The Dynamic Operation of Tetrodes and Pentodes 212
15-12 Variable-Mu Tubes 214
15-13 Basic Types of Tetrodes and Pentodes 215
15-14 Miscellaneous Tubes 215
Chapter 16 Cathode-Ray Tubes 217
16-1 General 217
16-2 The Electrostatic CRT 217
16-3 The Supply Circuits of the CRT 218
16-4 The Electron Gun of an Electrostatic CRT
16-5 Electrostatic Beam Deflection 222
16-6 Measurement and Visual Observation of Alternating Voltages with a Cathode-Ray Tube 223
16-7 Image Distortion in Electrostatic CRTs 225
16-8 The Magnetic CRTs 226
16-9 The Fluorescent Screen 229
16-10 Basic Types of CRTs for Oscilloscopes and TV 232 
16-11 Shaped-Beam Character Display Tubes 233
Chapter 17 Gas-Discharge and Indicator Tubes 234
17-1 Gaseous Discharges 234
17-2 Forms of Gaseous Discharge 235
17-3 Glow Discharge 236
17-4 Voltage-Regulator Tubes 240
17-5 Circuits Using VR Tubes 242
17-6 Glow-Discharge Thyratrons 244
17-7 Character Display and Numerical Readout Devices 246
17-8 Miscellaneous Gas-Discharge Devices 249
Chapter 18 Tube Noise 250
18-1 Sources of Tube Noise 250
18-2 The Noise Performance of Vacuum Tubes 250
Chapter 19 Operation of Vacuum Tubes at Microwave Frequencies 252
19-1 The Effects of Interelectrode Capacitances and Lead Induc­tances 252
19-2 Electron-Inertia Effects 253
19-3 Electrostatically Induced Currents in the Circuits of Vacuum Tubes 254
19-4 The Input Resistance of and Power Dissipation in Tubes 257
19-5 Tubes in Pulse Operation 260
19-6 Microwave Vacuum Tubes 261
Chapter 20 Advanced Types of Microwave Tubes
20-1 General 263
20-2 The Drift-Tube Klystron 263
20-3 The Reflex Klystron 267
20-4 The Magnetron 270
20-5 Travelling-Wave and Backward-Wave Tubes 275
20-6 The Amplitron and the Carmatron 280
Chapter 21 Reliability and Testing of Electron Devices 281
21-1 Reliability and Testing of Semiconductor Devices 281 
21- 2 Reliability and Testing of Tubes 283
PART THREE. PHOTOELECTRIC AND OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES
Chapter 22 Photoelectric Devices 286
22- 1 Photoelectric Emission 286 
22-2 Phototubes 287
22-3 The Photomultiplier Tube 288
Chapter 23 Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices 290
23-1 General 290
23-2 Bulk Photoconductors (Photoresistors) 23-3 Photodiodes 292
23-4 Semiconductor Photovoltaic Cells
23-5 Phototransistors 294
23-6 Photothyristors 295
23-7 Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) 296
23-8 Optocouplers (Optoisolators) 298
Conclusion 301 
Index 303
Basic Electronics
      
 | I. Zherebtsov
Basic Electronics | I. Zherebtsov
Basic Electronics Original Title Basic Electronics Author I. Zherebtsov Publication date 1
Basic Electronics
      
 | I. Zherebtsov
Basic Electronics | I. Zherebtsov
Basic Electronics Original Title Basic Electronics Author I. Zherebtsov Publication date 1
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