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Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity ... - Sciences Club

Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity ... - Sciences Club

Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity ... - Sciences

  • Page 2 and 3: TAB ELECTRONICS GUIDE TO UNDERSTAND
  • Page 4 and 5: TAB Electronics Guide to Understand
  • Page 6 and 7: To my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ
  • Page 8 and 9: CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments xv
  • Page 10 and 11: Contents ix Chapter 5. Capacitance
  • Page 12 and 13: Contents xi The Triac 287 Unijuncti
  • Page 14 and 15: Contents xiii Low-Pass Filters 380
  • Page 16 and 17: PREFACE When I was 10 years old, I
  • Page 18 and 19: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to tha
  • Page 20 and 21: 1 CHAPTER Getting Started As the ol
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  • Page 24 and 25: Getting Started 5 Obtaining the Inf
  • Page 26 and 27: Getting Started 7 to get them! A li
  • Page 28 and 29: Getting Started 9 The Workbench A g
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  • Page 38 and 39: Getting Started 19 fascinating hobb
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  • Page 46 and 47: 2 CHAPTER Basic Electrical Concepts
  • Page 48 and 49: Basic Electrical Concepts 29 types
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    Basic Electrical Concepts 33 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 35 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 37 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 39 the co

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 41 Voltag

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 43 potent

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 45 relati

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    Basic Electrical Concepts Figure 2-

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 49 and th

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 51 vide t

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 53 G (R3)

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 55 presen

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    Basic Electrical Concepts Figure 2-

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    Basic Electrical Concepts power dis

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 61 This i

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 63 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts relate to

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 67 Exerci

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    Basic Electrical Concepts that the

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 71 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 73 nonsta

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 75 the re

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 77 Figure

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    Basic Electrical Concepts 79 Exerci

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    3 CHAPTER The Transformer and AC Po

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    The Transformer and AC Power 83 whi

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    The Transformer and AC Power 85 Thi

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    The Transformer and AC Power 87 Pea

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    The Transformer and AC Power 89 cau

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    The Transformer and AC Power consta

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    The Transformer and AC Power 93 vir

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    The Transformer and AC Power 95 fie

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    The Transformer and AC Power 97 P

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    The Transformer and AC Power 99 the

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    The Transformer and AC Power 101 th

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    The Transformer and AC Power 103 ho

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    The Transformer and AC Power 105 Fi

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    The Transformer and AC Power 107 ed

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    The Transformer and AC Power 109 pr

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    The Transformer and AC Power 111 pl

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    The Transformer and AC Power 113 Tu

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    4 CHAPTER Rectification Earlier in

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    Rectification 117 rus of rattling a

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    Rectification 119 Figure 4-3 Diode

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    Rectification 121 Figure 4-4 Half-w

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    Rectification 123 Figure 4-7 Curren

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    Rectification 125 Figure 4-8 Curren

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    Rectification 127 Figure 4-12 Redra

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    Rectification 129 Be aware that som

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    Rectification 131 Hopefully, F1 did

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    5 CHAPTER Capacitance A capacitor i

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    Capacitance 135 Ceramic is the most

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    Capacitance 137 charged, when the s

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    Capacitance 139 In reference to cap

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    + Capacitance 141 Figure 5-3 A DC f

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    + Capacitance 143 Figure 5-4 Full-w

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    Capacitance 145 from the bridge rec

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    Capacitance but it is usually prude

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    Capacitance 149 Figure 5-7 Approxim

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    Capacitance 151 Many of the more ex

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    6 CHAPTER Transistors Before gettin

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    Transistors 155 Telephone Laborator

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    Transistors 157 higher positive pot

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    Transistors 159 reference, the emit

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    Transistors 161 Adding Some New Con

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    + Transistors 163 Figure 6-3 Practi

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    Transistors 165 is typically a high

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    + Transistors Figure 6-5 illustrate

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    Transistors 169 Figure 6-6 Demonstr

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    Transistors 171 Figure 6-7b PNP tra

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    Transistors (which is the emitter v

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    Transistors 175 The transistor circ

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    Transistors 177 Again referring to

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    Transistors 179 will be very stable

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    Transistors 181 Imagine you were go

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    Transistors transfer of a voltage s

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    Transistors may recall from Chapter

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    Transistors 187 base current flow p

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    Transistors 189 is connected to its

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    Transistors 191 soon as some amount

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    Transistors 193 As you have seen, t

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    Transistors 195 It might be a littl

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    Transistors 197 Figure 6-12 Suggest

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    Transistors 199 If a load is placed

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    7 CHAPTER Special-Purpose Diodes an

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    Special-Purpose Diodes and Optoelec

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    Special-Purpose Diodes and Optoelec

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    Special-Purpose Diodes and Optoelec

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    + Special-Purpose Diodes and Optoel

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    8 CHAPTER Linear Electronic Circuit

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 231 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 233 appl

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 235 circ

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 237 “a

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 239 Dist

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 241 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 243 To u

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 245 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 247 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 249 will

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 251 all

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 253 manu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 255 minu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 257 tion

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 259 CAD

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 261 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 263 Cons

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 265 anyt

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 267 lead

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 269 Note

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 271 Figu

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 273 TABL

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 275 desi

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 277 nal-

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 279 DC).

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    Linear Electronic Circuits 281 ply

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    9 CHAPTER Power Control The term th

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    Power Control 285 matically be reve

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    Power Control equal in both. Theref

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    Power Control 289 V p ) is reached.

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    Power Control 291 There are several

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    Power Control 293 decrease in resis

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    Power Control 295 As explained earl

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    Power Control 297 Figure 9-9 Buffer

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    Power Control 299 Figure 9-10 A sim

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    10 CHAPTER Field-Effect Transistors

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    Field-Effect Transistors 303 Referr

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    Field-Effect Transistors 305 voltag

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    Field-Effect Transistors 307 Static

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    Field-Effect Transistors 309 Figure

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    Field-Effect Transistors 311 functi

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    Field-Effect Transistors 313 Sounds

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    Field-Effect Transistors 315 A UJT

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    11 CHAPTER Batteries Because many h

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    Batteries 319 Gelled electrolyte ba

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    Batteries 321 in which mandatory di

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    Batteries 323 RS1 is set to the pos

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    12 CHAPTER Integrated Circuits The

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    Integrated Circuits 327 mon-mode re

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    Integrated Circuits 329 not be depe

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    Integrated Circuits 331 Improvement

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    Integrated Circuits 333 Figure 12-3

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    Integrated Circuits 335 Figure 12-6

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    Integrated Circuits 337 other filte

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    Integrated Circuits 339 This circui

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    Integrated Circuits 341 connected d

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    13 CHAPTER Digital Electronics Digi

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    Digital Electronics 345 The binary

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    Digital Electronics 347 occur on th

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    Digital Electronics 349 Multivibrat

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    Digital Electronics 351 F-F1 will t

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    Digital Electronics 353 Figure 13-6

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    Digital Electronics 355 Summary Man

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    Digital Electronics 357 IC2 is a CM

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    Digital Electronics 359 Figure 13-1

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    14 CHAPTER Computers In today’s w

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    Computers 363 Figure 14-1 Block dia

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    Computers 365 memory. Then, during

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    Computers 367 When an I/O port “s

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    Computers 369 with real analysis eq

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    15 CHAPTER More About Capacitors an

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    More About Capacitors and Inductors

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    More About Capacitors and Inductors

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    16 CHAPTER Radio and Television Rad

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    Radio and Television 407 Figure 16-

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    Radio and Television 409 length. At

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    Radio and Television 411 the RF spe

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    Radio and Television 413 tude varia

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    Radio and Television 415 Figure 16-

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    APPENDIX A SYMBOLS AND EQUATIONS Th

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    Symbols and Equations 419 IF Interm

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    Symbols and Equations 421 rcvr Rece

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    Symbols and Equations 423 Formulas

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    Symbols and Equations 425 I 20 log

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    Symbols and Equations Meter formula

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    Symbols and Equations 429 Resistanc

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    Symbols and Equations 431 Temperatu

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    434 Appendix B Electronic Kit Suppl

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    436 Appendix B Marlin P. Jones & As

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    440 Appendix C Figure C-1 (cont.) 1

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    444 Index Amplifiers, audio (Cont.)

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    446 Index Capacitance and capacitor

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    448 Index Digital ICs, 326 Digital

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    450 Index Filters (Cont.): Percussi

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    452 Index Lab for electronics work,

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    454 Index Photographic method for p

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    456 Index Resist ink in printed cir

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    458 Index Transformers (Cont.): Iso

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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR G. Randy Slone is

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