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7 books about Electronic circuit design

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7 books about Electronic circuit design

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BiblioVault ® 2001  2020
The University of Chicago Press
This book presents the basic principles of transistor circuit analysis, basic perstage building blocks, and feedback. The content is restricted to quasistatic (lowfrequency) considerations, to emphasize basic topological principles. The reader will be able to analyze and design multistage amplifiers with feedback, including calculation and specification of gain, input and output resistances, including the effects of transistor output resistance. Of note is the presentation of feedback analysis, a subject rarely covered by other books, with insights and from angles that will reduce to analysis by inspection for readers. Some circuit transformations outlined within are especially helpful in reducing circuits to simpler forms for analysis. They are usefully applied in considering transistor circuits for which collectoremitter (or drainsource) resistance is not negligible, another often omitted topic which this book details.
This second volume, Analog Circuit Design: Designing Dynamic Circuit Response, builds upon the first volume (Analog Circuit Design: Designing Amplifier Circuits) by extending coverage to include reactances and their time and frequencyrelated behavioral consequences. Retaining a designoriented analysis, this volume begins with circuit fundamentals involving capacitance and inductance and lays down the approach using sdomain analysis. Additional concepts and perspectives fill in the blanks left by textbooks in regards to circuit design. It simplifies dynamic circuit analysis by using the graphical methods of reactance plots. Methods of compensating amplifiers, including feedback amplifiers, are kept as simple as possible using reactance plots and sdomain transfer functions that mainly require algebraic skill.
The third volume, Analog Circuit Design: Designing HighPerformance Amplifiers, applies the concepts from the first two volumes. It is an advanced treatment of amplifier design/analysis emphasizing both wideband and precision amplification. Topics include bandwidth extension, noise and distortion, effects of components, instrumentation and isolation, amplifiers, autocalibration, thermal effects, currentfeedback amplifiers, multipath schemes, feed forward, f_{T} multipliers, buffers, voltage translators, Giulbert gain cells and multipliers.
The fourth volume in the set, Analog Circuit Design: Designing WaveformProcessing Circuits, builds on the previous 3 volumes and presents a variety of analog nonamplifier circuits, including voltage references, current sources, filters, hysteresis switches and oscilloscope trigger and sweep circuitry, function generation, absolutevalue circuits, and peak detectors. Digitizing (ADCs and DACs) and sampling (including some switchedcapacitor) circuits are explained, with theory required for design. Sampling theory is developed from both a frequency and timedomain viewpoint, with emphasis upon application to design.
Stateoftheart analogue integrated circuit design is receiving a tremendous boost from the development and application of currentmode approaches, which are rapidly superseding traditional voltagemode techniques. This activity is linked to important advances in integrated circuit technologies, such as the 'true' complementary bipolar process; CMOS VLSI technology, which allows realisation of highperformance mixed analogue and digital circuits; and gallium arsenide processing, which has matured to a point where it can be used effectively in highspeed analogue circuit and system design. In this book, all three technologies are represented, with key building blocks, circuit designs and applications. Many very important, but recent, techniques are presented, including switchedcurrent techniques for highprecision filtering and A/D and D/A conversion, currentbased amplifying techniques, and neural networks. Translinear principles, current mirrors, and the current conveyor are also covered. This book draws together contributions from the world's most eminent analogue IC designers to provide, for the first time, a comprehensive text devoted to this important and exciting new area of analogue electronics.
This book is aimed at both practising and postgraduate engineers who are interested in the particular problems of highfrequency circuit design. It covers network parameters and how to work with them, various approaches to the use of conductors, and it introduces a large number of circuits using active devices (transistors).
It also deals extensively with computer supported problem solving, both with bespoke and offtheshelf commercial software on PC or mainframe hosts. The problems of compatibility and noise are dealt with practically and in detail. There are chapters on highfrequency conductors, HF circuits with power transistors, unipolar and bipolar transistors in power stages, computer design and optimisation.
This book explains techniques and examples for designing stable amplifiers for highfrequency applications, in which the signal is small and the amplifier circuit is linear. An indepth discussion of linear network theory provides the foundation needed to develop actual designs. Examples throughout the book will show you how to apply the knowledge gained in each chapter leading to the complex design of low noise amplifiers. Exercises at the end of each chapter will help students to practice their skills. The solutions to these design problems are available in an accompanying solutions booklet (Small Signal Microwave Amplifier Design: Solutions).
BiblioVault ® 2001  2020
The University of Chicago Press