Topics covered include: Direct Current Circuits, Alternating Circuits, Fourier Analysis and Pulses, Semiconductor Physics, The Bipolar Transistor, The Field-Effect Transistor, Feedback, Noise, Operational Amplifier, Optoelectronics, and Basic Logic Concepts
Text book: Introductory Electronics for Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition, by Robert E. Simpson, Allyn and Bacon.
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