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1 An Introduction to Pulse Waveforms
1.2 Current and Voltage Sources
1.3 Network Laws
1.3.1 Kirchoff’s Laws
1.3.2 The Superposition Theorem
1.3.3 Thévenin’s Theorem
1.3.4 Norton’s Theorem
1.4 Devices, Characteristics and Applications
1.4.2 Bipolar Junction Transistors
1.4.4 The Three Basic Amplifiers
1.4.5 Multi-stage Amplifiers
1.4.6 Feedback in Amplifiers
1.5 Operational Amplifiers
1.7 CC Amplifier as a Power Amplifier
1.8 Miller’s Theorem
1.8.1 The Dual of Miller’s Theorem
1.9 Ground in a Circuit
1.10 Stray Capacitances in Devices
1.11 Field-effect Transistors
1.12 Characteristics of Pulse Waveforms
1.12.1 Types of Waveforms Used in Pulse Circuits
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