Microelectronic Circuits and Devices

ISBN-10: 0137013353
ISBN-13: 9780137013357
Edition: 2nd 1996 (Revised)
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List price: $220.20
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/1/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1126
Size: 9.00" wide x 10.50" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 4.224
Language: English

For courses in Introductory Electronics for students majoring in electrical, computer, and related engineering disciplines. Using an innovative approach, this introduction to microelectronic circuits and devices views a circuit as an entire electronic system, rather than as a collection of individual devices. It provides students with the tools necessary to make intelligent choices in the design of analog and digital systems.

Review of Linear Circuit Theory
Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws
Voltage bus notation
Definition of voltage-current characteristic
Superposition in linear circuits
Resistive circuits
Thévenin equivalent circuits
Norton equivalent circuits
Voltage and current division
Single time constant resistor-capacitor circuits
Operational Amplifiers
Integrated-circuit operational amplifier
Simplified Op-amp model
Simplified Op-amp model
Ideal Op-amp approximation
Linear op-amp circuits
Nonlinear operational amplifier circuits
Nonideal properties of operational amplifiers
Introduction to Nonlinear Circuit Elements
Basic properties of nonlinear elements
Graphical analysis with one nonlinear circuit element
Examples of two-terminal nonlinear devices
Graphical method with time-varying sources
Iterative mathematical solutions
Piecewise linear modeling of two-terminal nonlinear devices
Signal Processing and Conditioning with Two-terminal Nonlinear Devices
The transfer characteristic
Clipping and limiting circuits
Rectifier circuits
Power supply circuits
Precision rectifier circuits
Three Terminal Devices
Definition of a three terminal device
Field-effect transistors
Bipolar-junction transistor
Upward slope of transistor V-1 characteristics
Photonic devices
Temperature dependence of devices
Power limitations of device operation
Basic Circuits Containing Three-Terminal Devices
Inverter configuration
Voltage-follower configuration
Current-follower configuration
Operation in the digital regime
Analog Amplification
Definition of a signal
Active and passive circuits
Biasing
Small-signal modeling of analog circuits
Two-port amplifier representation
Differential Amplifiers
Basic differential-amplifier topology
Differential- and common-mode signals
BJT differential amplifier
MOSFET and JFET differential amplifiers
Large-signal performance of differential amplifiers
Frequency Response and Time-Dependent Circuit Behavior
Sources of capacitance and inductance in electronic circuits
Sinusoidal steady-state amplifier response
Frequency response of circuits containing capacitors
Frequency response of the differential amplifier
Time response of electronic circuits
Feedback and Stability
The negative-feedback loop
General requirements of feedback circuits
Effects of feedback on amplifier performance
The four basic amplifier types
The four feedback topologies
Effect of feedback connections on amplifier port resistance
Examples of real feedback amplifiers
Feedback-loop stability
Multistage and Power Amplifiers
Input and output loading
Two-port amplifier cascade
Multistage amplifier biasing
DC level shifting
Differential-amplifier cascade
Power-amplification output stages
Integrated-circuit power amplifiers
Power devices
Analog Integrated Circuits
Basic operational-amplifier cascade
Case Study: The LM741 Bipolar operational amplifier
Case Study: A simple CMOS Operational Amplifier
Active Filters and Oscillators
A simple first-order active filter
Ideal filter functions
Second-order filter responses
Active filter cascading
Magnitude and frequency scaling
Switched-capacitor networks and filters
Oscillators
Digital Circuits
Fundamental concepts of digital circuits
CMOS logic family
NMOS logic family
TTL logic family
Emitter-coupled logic family
BiCMOS logic circuits
Fundamentals of Digital Systems
Sequential logic circuits
Multivibrator circuits
Digital memory
Analog-to-digital interfacing
Electronic Design
An overview of the design process
The tools of electronic design
Open-ended design problems
Analog integrated-circuit design problems
Physics of Semiconductor Devices
Electronic materials
Qualitative description of holes
Impurities
Carrier densities within a semiconductor
Current flow in a semiconductor
Diffusion gradient within a semiconductor
Derivation of the v-i characteristic of the PN junction diode
The bipolar junction transistor
The metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor
Semiconductor Device and Integrated Circuit Fabrication
An overview of the fabrication process
Epitaxial growth
Oxidation
Wafer doping
Film deposition
Wafer etching
Lithographic processing
A MOS fabrication sequence
A BJT fabrication sequence
Computer-Aided Circuit Design Using SPICE and PSpice
Use of SPICE
Capabilities of SPICE and PSPICE
Circuit description
Types of analyses
Generating output
References
Resistor Color Codes and Standard Values
Suggestions for Further Reading
Answers to Selected Problems

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