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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Dailey, Denton J.
This new text by Denton J. Dailey covers both discrete and integrated components. Among the many features that students will find helpful in understanding the material are the following: Concept icons in the margins signify that topical coverage relates to other fields and areas of electronics, such as communications, microprocessors, and digital electronics. These icons help the reader to answer the question, "Why is it important for me to learn this?" Key terms presented in each chapter are defined in the margins to reinforce students' understanding. Chapter objectives introduce each chapter and provide students with a roadmap of topics to be covered.Dailey, Denton J. is the author of 'Electronic Devices and Circuits Discrete and Intregrated' with ISBN 9780130811103 and ISBN 0130811106.
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