Success in Electronics

Tom Duncan

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ISBN: 9788170296720
Authors: Tom Duncan
Rights: Worldwide
Publishing Date: January 1996
Pages: 320
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Dimension: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
Book Type: Paperback

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This text aims to provide an understanding of the basic principles of electronics related to the communication, control and computer systems which affect life. Practical applications of the subject are considered throughout, and actual devices and their uses are described, to encourage the reader to do some electronics. Mathematical requirements have been kept to a minimum.;The book is not based on any single syllabus but is suitable for students taking BTEC units Electronics NII and NIII, City and Guilds Electronics Servicing (course 2240), GCSE and A'Level course, and short courses in further and higher education.;This second chapter has been updated with additions to certain chapters, particularly those on digital systems and computing.
  1. Introduction
  2. Direct current,
  3. Alternating Current,
  4. Resistors,
  5. Capacitors,
  6. Inductors,
  7. Semiconductor diodes,
  8. Transistors,
  9. Transducers
  10. Switches.
Tom Duncan (1969 October 8, 2014) was a Liberian who became the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States on September 30, 2014. Duncan, who had been visiting family in Dallas, was treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.[1][2] By October 4, Duncan's condition had deteriorated from "serious but stable" to "critical".[3] On October 8, Duncan died of Ebola.[4] Two health care workers became infected with Ebola virus, 26-year-old nurse Nina Pham and 29-year-old nurse Amber Vinson, both of whom had taken care of him at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Both have been cured. On November 10, 2014, Duncan's family reached a resolution with the Dallas hospital that treated him before he succumbed to the virus.

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