Why the name knee tension

Active electronic components

The work offers extensive knowledge of discrete and integrated components in semiconductor technology. When designing electronic circuits, thorough knowledge of the components used is required in order to find the best technical and economic solutions and to realize fault-free products. The theoretical and physical basics of semiconductor technology are taught as a basis. The structure, mode of operation, parameters, properties and characteristics are explained for all semiconductor components. Possible applications are shown with reference to practice. The book can be used in studies, teaching and as a reference work in practice.

The content
- Basics of semiconductors
- pn junction
- semiconductor diodes
- Bipolar transistors
- field effect transistors
- thyristors
- operational amplifier
- Basics of integrated semiconductor circuits
- semiconductor memory
- Application-specific integrated modules

The target groups
Engineers, computer scientists and physicists in practice
Students of electrical engineering at technical schools, technical colleges, higher technical institutes and technical universities

The author
Leonhard Stiny is a graduate engineer. Univ. of electrical engineering. Before retiring, he worked as a department head in electronics development. He is currently a lecturer at the Munich Chamber of Commerce and Industry and lecturer at the Ostbayerischen Technische Hochschule Regensburg for the subject "Basics of electrical engineering and electronics."

Keywords

Output bipolar input electronics FET field effect transistor semiconductors semiconductor circuits power power electronics MOSFET operational amplifier sound voltage current thyristor transistor amplifier amplifier circuit amplification

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1. Haag a. d. AmperGermany

About the authors

Leonhard Stiny is a graduate engineer. Univ. of electrical engineering. Before retiring, he worked as a department head in electronics development. He is currently a lecturer at the Munich Chamber of Commerce and Industry and lecturer at the Ostbayerischen Technische Hochschule Regensburg for the subject "Basics of electrical engineering and electronics."

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