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CLOSE THIS BOOKRadio and Electronics (DED Philippinen, 66 p.)
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1. INTRODUCTION
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.1. A TRIAL TO STATE A DEFINITION OF ELECTRONICS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2. A SHORT HISTORY OF ELECTRONICS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.3. CLASSIFICATION OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
2. PRINCIPLES OF RADIO COMMUNICATION UNICATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1. BASICAL IDEAS ABOUT COMMUNICATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2. DEVELOPMENT OF LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3. FIDELITY AND DISTORTION
3. TRANSDUCERS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1. MICROPHONES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2. LOUDSPEAKERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3. THE TELEPHON SYSTEM
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.4. PROBLEM OF FREQUENCY RANGES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.5. BANDWIDTH
4. RADIOWAVES
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1. ORIGIN OF RADIOWAVES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2. PARAMETERS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3. PROPAGATION OF RADIOWAVES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4. SPECTRUM OF RADIOWAVES AND BANDS OF RADIOWAVES
5. MODULATION OF RADIOWAVES
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1. THE AMPLITUDE MODULATION (AM)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2. FREQUENCY MODULATION (FM)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3. SIDEBANDS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.4. TRANSMISSION OF RADIOSIGNALS
6. RECEPTION OF RADIOSIGNALS (AM - TYPE)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.1. AERIAL
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2. THE TUNED CIRCUIT
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.3. INCIDENTAL REMARK ON BLOCK DIAGRAMS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.4. DETECTOR OR DEMODULATOR
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.5. POWER SUPPLY
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.6. AMPLIFIER
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.7. SUPERHET RECEIVER (the SUPER)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.8 INCIDENTAL REMARK ON MIXING FREQUENCIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.9. CONSTRUCTION OF A SUPERHETRADIO
7. COMPONENTS OF MODERN RADIO RECEIVERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1.1. HANDLING OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1.2. HANDLING OF PRINTED CIRCUITS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1.3. DIFFERENTIATION OF COMPONENTS
8. PASSIVE COMPONENTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.1. RESISTORS ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.2. CAPACITORS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.3. INDUCTORS
8.4. COMBINATION OF PASSIVE COMPONENTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.1. SERIES CONNECTION OF R AND C, OR R AND L
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.2. COMBINATION OF L AND C, RESONANT (TUNED) CIRCUITS
8.4.3. TUNED CIRCUIT CONNECTED TO AN AC-VOLTAGE
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.4.1. QUALITY OF TUNED CIRCUITS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.4.2. BANDWIDTH
9. ACTIVE COMPONENTS -1- DIODES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1. CHARACTERISTICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS
9.2. THE PN-JUNCTION OR DIODE
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2.1. PN-JUNCTION CONNECTED TO VOLTAGE
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2.2. CHARACTERISTICS OF A PN-JUNCTION OR DIODE
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2.3. ZENERDIODE
10. BLOCKS OF RADIOS / -1- / POWER SUPPLIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2. TRANSFORMER
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3. THE RECTIFIERS.
10.4. SMOOTHING AND FILTER CIRCUITS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.4.1. THE RESERVOIR CAPACITOR
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.4.2. FILTER CIRCUITS
10.5. STABILIZATION
10.5.1. GENERAL REMARKS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5.1.1. LOAD VARIATIONS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5.1.2. INTERNAL RESISTANCE OF VOLTAGESOURCES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5.1.3. PROBLEMS CAUSED BY THE SMOOTHING CIRCUIT
10.5.5. METHODS OF STABILIZATION
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5.5.1. PARALLEL-STABILIZATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5.2.2. SERIES STABILIZATION
11. ACTIVE COMPONENTS -2- / TRANSISTORS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.1. CONSTRUCTION OF A TRANSISTOR
11.2. CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORS
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11.2.1 HANDLING OF CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2.1.1. CONSTRUCTION OF THE STATIC-MUTUAL-CHARACTERISTICS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2.1.2. CONSTRUCTION OF THE DYNAMIC MUTUAL CHARACTERISTICS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2.1.3. CONSTRUCTION OF THE MAXIMUM-POWER-LINE
12. AMPLIFIERS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.1. STRUCTURE OF A CLASS A AMPLIFIER
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.2. FUNCTION OF A SIMPLE CLASS A AMPLIFIER
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.3. ADVANCED CLASS A AMPLIFIER
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.4. STABILIZATION OF THE QUIESCENT VOLTAGE
13. CLASS B AMPLIFIERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT13.1. LIMITS OF CLASS A AMPLIFIERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT13.2. CLASS B AMPLIFIERS WITH TRANSFORMERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT13.3. CLASS B AMPLIFIERS WITHOUT TRANSFORMERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT13.4. POWER AMPLIFIER WITH COMPLIMENTARY TRANSISTORS.
VIEW THE DOCUMENT14. DETECTOR OR DEMODULATOR
VIEW THE DOCUMENT15. AGC-AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROL
VIEW THE DOCUMENT16. IF-AMPLIFIERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT17. FEEDBACK
VIEW THE DOCUMENT18. OSCILLATORS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT19. FREQUENCY CHANGERS MIXERSTAGE
VIEW THE DOCUMENT20. DECOUPLING CIRCUITS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT21. MATCHING OF AMPLIFIERSTAGES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT22. COUPLING OF AMPLIFIERSTAGES
23. RADIO SERVICING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT23.1. IMPORTANCE AND SUBJECT OF FAULT FINDING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT23.2. FAULTS AND FAULT FINDING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT23.3. FAULT FINDING METHODS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT24. THE USE OF THE OSCILLOSCOPE
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