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Content material:

, Pages i,iii

, Page iv

, Page vii, Owen Bishop
Practical Circuits and Systems

, Page ix
Part 1 Circuits

, Pages 1-3, Owen Bishop
Topic 1 - Diodes

, Pages 5-10, Owen Bishop
Topic 2 - Transistor Switches

, Pages 11-23, Owen Bishop
Topic three - power Dividers

, Pages 25-29, Owen Bishop
Topic four - Capacitors

, Pages 31-40, Owen Bishop
Topic five - utilizing Capacitors

, Pages 41-49, Owen Bishop
Topic 6 - Fields

, Pages 51-54, Owen Bishop
Topic 7 - Inductors

, Pages 55-61, Owen Bishop
Topic eight - MOSFET Amplifiers

, Pages 63-70, Owen Bishop
Topic nine - BJT Amplifiers

, Pages 71-82, Owen Bishop
Topic 10 - JFET Amplifiers

, Pages 83-86, Owen Bishop
Topic eleven - Operational Amplifiers

, Pages 87-96, Owen Bishop
Topic 12 - purposes of Op Amps

, Pages 97-109, Owen Bishop
Topic thirteen - lively Filters

, Pages 111-117, Owen Bishop
Topic 14 - Oscillators

, Pages 119-121, Owen Bishop
Topic 15 - strength Amplifiers

, Pages 123-129, Owen Bishop
Topic sixteen - Thyristors and Triacs

, Pages 131-140, Owen Bishop
Topic 17 - energy Supplies

, Pages 141-148, Owen Bishop
Topic 18 - Logical Circuits

, Pages 149-156, Owen Bishop
Topic 19 - Logical Operations

, Pages 157-165, Owen Bishop
Topic 20 - Logical Combinations

, Pages 167-176, Owen Bishop
Topic 21 - Logical Sequences

, Pages 177-184, Owen Bishop
Topic 22 - Counters and Registers

, Pages 185-196, Owen Bishop
Topic 23 - demonstrate Devices

, Pages 197-202, Owen Bishop
Topic 24 - Converter Circuits

, Pages 203-210, Owen Bishop
Topic 25 - built-in Circuits

, Pages 211-214, Owen Bishop
Topic 26 - Audio and Video Systems

, Pages 217-225, Owen Bishop
Topic 27 - Noise

, Pages 227-231, Owen Bishop
Topic 28 - Telecommunications

, Pages 233-246, Owen Bishop
Topic 29 - Cable Transmission

, Pages 247-252, Owen Bishop
Topic 30 - Optical Transmission

, Pages 253-256, Owen Bishop
Topic 31 - Radio Transmission

, Pages 257-268, Owen Bishop
Topic 32 - Instrumentation Systems

, Pages 269-275, Owen Bishop
Topic 33 - digital keep an eye on Systems

, Pages 277-281, Owen Bishop
Topic 34 - approach regulate Systems

, Pages 283-287, Owen Bishop
Topic 35 - structures with Faults

, Pages 289-294, Owen Bishop
Topic 36 - enter and Output

, Pages 297-301, Owen Bishop
Topic 37 - Processing

, Pages 303-312, Owen Bishop
Topic 38 - Programming

, Pages 313-327, Owen Bishop
Topic 39 - Programming Languages

, Pages 329-340, Owen Bishop
Topic forty - robot Systems

, Pages 341-345, Owen Bishop
Topic forty-one - Neural Networks

, Pages 347-351, Owen Bishop
A. priceless Information

, Pages 353-359
B. solutions to Self-Test Questions

, Page 361

, Pages 363-370

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Topic 5 Using Capacitors Topic 4 demonstrates that capacitors introduce time into the action of a circuit. The delay circuit below uses a capacitor in this way. 8 V. The operational amplifier (see Topic 11) compares this voltage with the voltage across C1. The circuit is triggered by pressing S1 to discharge the capacitor fully. This brings the noninverting input (1) of the op amp down to 0 V. The output of the op amp swings down to 0 V and the LED goes out. When S1 is released, current flows through R1 and charges C1.

They are made only in low values, usually 10 pF to 47 nF. Typically, their tolerance is 5% or 10% but high precision types are available with a tolerances of 1% and 2%. Working voltages are 30 V to 630 V. They have a high negative tempco of 2125 parts per million per degree Celsius. The precision types are suitable for tuning and filter circuits. Polycarbonate: These cover the range 100 pF to 10 μF, and have working voltages up to 400 V DC. Topic | 4 Capacitors 33 Their tolerance is 5% or 10%. Tempcos are about 100 ppm/ C, and are fairly constant over the operating range of 55 C to 100 C.

This makes vOUT almost as large as vIN. The signal is passed at almost its full amplitude. 46 PART | 1 At low frequencies, ZC is high. Most of vIN is dropped across the capacitor. Only a small voltage is dropped across the resistor, so the amplitude of vOUT is small. FREQUENCY RESPONSE The way in which the amplitude of the output of a filter varies with the frequency of the signal is called the frequency response. The graph below plots the output of a highpass filter as the frequency of the input signal is varied over the range 1 Hz to 1 MHz.

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