Handbook of Laboratory Experiments in Electronics Engineering

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Abstract

This handbook is prepared after extensive simulations of the circuits with some electronic and engineering software such as Multisim, PSPICE and Circuit Logic. This handbook is designed basically to assist both tutors and students in the conduct of laboratory experiments. It has been proven over time that students tend to remember experiments they conducted much more than lectures they received. This handbook was written in a simple technical language and the mathematics behind the experiments clearly derived and explained. This book is intended to add a wealth of knowledge especially in physics, Electrical and Electronic and communications engineering for students in tertiary institutions such as Polytechnics, Monotechnics and Universities.

This handbook contains thirty-eight experiments which can be categorized into Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering experiments, Analogue Electronics experiments, and Digital Electronics experiments. Each experiment contains details of objectives, materials, theoretical background and procedures. The procedure involves steps and questions in understanding of the experiment being conducted. At the end of the book, some individual projects are present with the aim that, students who have mastered the experiments in the book can design basic electronics to solve world problems.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCalifornia
PublisherNotion Press Inc
Number of pages242
Volume1
Edition1
ISBN (Print)1946204188
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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