Microelectronics An Integrated Approach

ISBN-10: 0135885183
ISBN-13: 9780135885185
Edition: 1st 1997
List price: $132.00
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Description: KEY BENEFIT:This book describes device physics and circuit design in the context of modern microelectronics integrated circuit technology.KEY TOPICS:It introduces approaches to learning the core device physics and analog/digital circuit concepts  More...

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List price: $132.00
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/20/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 912
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.048
Language: English

KEY BENEFIT:This book describes device physics and circuit design in the context of modern microelectronics integrated circuit technology.KEY TOPICS:It introduces approaches to learning the core device physics and analog/digital circuit concepts that make the subject more accessible to the current generation of students. The authors have designed a concise, concentrated presentation, limiting coverage to only those concepts necessary for the understanding of devices and circuits.

Introduction to Microelectronics
Introduction
The Digital Inverter
Microelectronic Sensing Systems
Memories
Semiconductor Physics and IC Technology
Pure Semiconductors
Generation, Recombination, and Thermal Equilibrium
Doping
Carrier Transport
Silicon Integrated Circuit Technology
C Resistors
pn Junction and MOS Electrostatics
Applied Electrostatics
Carrier Concentration and Potential in Thermal Equilibrium
The PN Junction in Thermal Equilibrium
The PN Junction Under Reverse Bias
Depletion Capacitance
The MOS Capacitor: A First Pass
The Electrostatics of the MOS Capacitor
Capacitance of the MOS Structure
The MOS Field-Effect Transistor
Introduction
Device Physics of MOSFET: Drain Current and Channel Charge
MOSFET Device Physics: A First Pass
MOSFET Device Physics: the Gradual Channel Approximation
MOSFET Circuit Models
Level I DC Model 35
Digital Circuits Using Mos Transistors
Logic Concepts
Inverter Characteristics
MOS Inverter Circuits
CMOS Inverter Analysis
Static CMOS Logic Gates
Dynamic Logic
Pass Transistor Logic
The pn Junction Diode
Pn Diode Circuit Symbol and Terminal Characteristics
Integrated Circuit pn Diodes
The pn Junction Diode: A First Pass
Pn Junction Diode Circuit Models
SPICE Model of the pn Junction Diode
Device Physics of the pn Junction Diode: Non-Equilibrium Minority Carrier Recombination
The Continuity Equation
Minority Carrier Distributions and Current Components: A Second Pass
Diode Applications
The Bipolar Junction Transistor
Introduction
Bipolar Junction Transistor Physics: A First Pass
Reverse Active and Saturation Operating Regions
The Ebers-Moll Equations
Small-Signal Model of the npn BJT
BJT Device Physics
Lateral pnp Bipolar Transistor
SPICE Models for Bipolar Junction Transistors
Single-State Bipolar/MOS Transistor Amplifiers
General Amplifier Concepts
Common-Emitter Amplifier-Introduction
Common-Source Amplifier-Introduction
Current Source Supplies
Common-Source Amplifier with Current Source Supply
Common-Emitter Amplifier with Current Source Supply
Improved Transconductance Amplifier with Emitter Degeneracy Resistor
Common-Base/Gate Amplifier
Multistage Amplifiers
MOS Multistage Amplifiers-Small Signal Description
BiCMOS Multistage Amplifiers-Small Signal Description
BiCMOS Multistage Amplifiers-Small Signal Description
Direct-coupled Amplifiers-Large Signal Analysis
DC Voltage and Current Sources
A Two-Stage Transconductance Amplifier
Analysis of a BiCMOS Voltage Amplifier
Exercise and Problems
Frequency Response
Bode Plots
Device Models for Frequency Response Analysis
Short-Circuit Current Gain
Voltage Gain Amplifiers
Frequency Response of Common-Collector/Drain Voltage Buffer
Common-Base/Gate Amplifier-Current Buffer
Frequency Response of Multistage Amplifiers
Differential Amplifiers
General Concepts for Differential Amplifiers
Small Signal Analysis of Differential Amplifiers
Two-Port Model for the Differential Amplifier
Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers
Differential Amplifiers with Single-Ended Outputs
Large Signal Analysis of Differential Amplifiers
Exercises and Problems
Feedback and Operational Amplifiers
Introduction: Amplifier Models and the Feedback Concept
Frequency Response of Feedback Amplifiers
Large-Signal Benefits of Feedback
Practical Feedback Amplifiers
Integrated Operational Amplifiers
BiCOMS Operational Amplifiers
MOS Memories
Memory Classification
MOS Memory Architecture
Memory Cells
Sense Amplifiers
Address Decoders and Buffers
SRAM Design Example
Exercises and Problems

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