This book provides a practically based explanation of electronics which can be understood by any reader who has some knowledge of electrical circuits.
Martin Hartley Jones presents a full account of the subject, starting with basic concepts such as amplification, and progressing to analogue and digital IC chip applications, including a lucid account of microcomputers.
All the topics are effectively illustrated with stimulating experiments, and the mathematics is not permitted to obscure the electronic concepts, so the book remains very readable.
This book is an ideal first text for degree and vocational course students in electronics.
It will also be of use to those in other disciplines where electronics is a subsidiary subject.
This highly successful text is now in its third edition, and builds on its predecessors by maintaining the style and logical development of the subject.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 548 pages, 390 b/w illus.
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 09/11/1995
- Category: Circuits & components
- ISBN: 9780521478793