Principles and Applications, 4th Edition
Allan R. Hambley
CHANGES and NEW FEATURES
Approximately 175 new end-of-chapter problems have been
added and many of the existing problems have been modified.
Numerous minor changes have been made throughout to
Section 2.7 has been expanded and Example 2.21 has been
added illustrating how to use superposition in solving circuits containing a
Section 5.1 has been expanded and Example 5.2 has been
added illustrating how to compute the rms values of nonsinusoidal periodic
In Chapter 7, a discussion of logic ranges and noise
margins has been added, the discussions of Gray codes and Karnaugh maps have
been modified to make them more consistent with common usage, and Examples
7.11 and 7.12 have been added illustrating how to find the minimum SOP and
POS forms of a logic function.
Chapter 9 has been updated to the latest version of
Chapter 12 on FETs has been updated and a brief
discussion of channel-length modulation and charge-carrier-velocity
saturation has been included.
Practical Application 12.1 has been added which
discusses RFID tags and how they are used in fish-migration research.
Appendix C has been updated for the current content of
the FE Examination.
Appendix D has been updated to the newest version of
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