Analog Integrated Circuits for Communication Principles, Simulation and Design

ISBN-10: 0387680292

ISBN-13: 9780387680293

Edition: 2nd 2008

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Description: Analog Integrated Circuits for Communication: Principles, Simulation and Design, Second Edition covers the analysis and design of nonlinear analog integrated circuits that form the basis of present-day communication systems. Both bipolar and MOS transistor circuits are analyzed and several numerical examples are used to illustrate the analysis and design techniques developed in this book. Especially unique to this work is the tight coupling between the first-order circuit analysis and circuit simulation results. Extensive use has been made of the public domain circuit simulator Spice, to verify the results of first-order analyses, and for detailed simulations with complex device models. Highlights of the new edition include: A new introductory chapter that provides a brief review of communication systems, transistor models, and distortion generation and simulation. Addition of new material on MOSFET mixers, compression and intercept points, matching networks. Revisions of text and explanations where necessary to reflect the new organization of the book Spice input files for all the circuit examples that are available to the reader from a website. Problem sets at the end of each chapter to reinforce and apply the subject matter. An instructors solutions manual is available on the book's webpage at springer.com. Analog Integrated Circuits for Communication: Principles, Simulation and Design, Second Edition is for readers who have completed an introductory course in analog circuits and are familiar with basic analysis techniques as well as with the operating principlesof semiconductor devices. This book also serves as a useful reference for practicing engineers.

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Book details

List price: $109.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 10/31/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 534
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.958
Language: English

Review
Introduction
Amplitude and Frequency Modulations
The Super-Heterodyne Receiver
Transistor Models
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) Model
MOSFET Model
Distortion Generation and Characterization
Noise
Problems
Large-Signal Performance of the Basic Gain Stages in Analog ICs
The Emitter-Coupled Pair
Large-Signal DC Transfer Characteristic of the ECP
Large-Signal Circuit Analysis of the ECP
Series Expansions to Obtain Distortion Components
The Source-Coupled Pair
A Series Expansion to Obtain Distortion Components for the SCP
Problems
Amplifier Power Series and Distortion
General Power Series Description
Common-Emitter Stage Example
The Ideal CE Stage with a Large Sinusoidal Input Voltage
Power Series and Fourier Series Characterizations
The Common-Source MOS Amplifier Stage
Intermodulation Distortion
Compression and Intercept Points
Problems
Distortion Generation with Source Resistance and Nonlinear Beta
Linearization of a Bipolar Stage Due to Source Resistance
Distortion Reduction with Source Resistance
The ECP with Source Resistance
Nonlinear Beta and Distortion
Example of Distortion due to Beta(I[subscript c])
Problems
Distortion in Feedback Amplifiers
Effects of Negative Feedback
Feedback for a General Amplifier
A CE Stage with Shunt Feedback
The CE Stage With Emitter Feedback
Alternative Loop-Gain Calculations
Emitter Feedback in the ECP
Internal Feedback in the ECP and the SCP
Problems
Basic IC Output Stages
Requirements for an Output Stage
The Emitter Follower
Distortion Calculation using Differential Error
Power-Conversion Efficiency
The Source Follower
Push-Pull Emitter Followers
The Push-Pull Source Follower
Push-Pull, Single-Polarity Output Stages
Problems
Transformers
Introduction
Elementary Coupled Coils
Circuit Model for a Transformer
Inductive Two-Port Parameters
A Transformer-Coupled, Class-A BJT Output Stage
Maximum Power Transfer
Class-A Push-Pull Operation
Class-AB Operation
Problems
Tuned Circuits in Bandpass Amplifiers
Introduction
The Single-Tuned Circuit
Lowpass Equivalents
Transformer-Coupled Single-Tuned Circuits
Single-Tuned, Bandpass Circuits with Loosely Coupled Transformers
Double-Tuned Stages
Parallel-to-Series/Series-to-Parallel Transformations
Tuned Circuits as Impedance Transformers
Problems
Simple Bandpass Amplifiers
Simple Active RC Bandpass Amplifiers
An ECP Bandpass Amplifier
Synchronous Tuning, Cascading, and Bandwidth Shrinkage
Effects of Internal Feedback
Multistage Bandpass Design Example
Cross Modulation
Problems
Basic Electronic Oscillators
Instabilities, Oscillations and Oscillators
The Ideal Electronic Oscillator
A Tunnel-Diode Oscillator
The van der Pol Approximation
Tunnel-Diode Oscillator Example
Wien-Type Oscillators
Transformer-Coupled ECP Oscillators
Transformerless ECP Oscillators
Problems
Electronic Oscillators with Bias-Shift Limiting
Bias Shift during Oscillator Buildup in an ECP Oscillator
The Basic Oscillator Equation
Single-Device, Transformer-Coupled Oscillators
Bias Shift and Harmonic Balance
Transformer-Coupled MOS Oscillators
Squegging
Phase-Shift Oscillators
The Colpitts Oscillator
Crystal-Controlled Oscillators
Problems
Relaxation and Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
Relaxation-Mode Oscillations
Oscillator Graphical Analysis
Regenerative Switching in a Relaxation Oscillator
Recovery Analysis in a BJT Relaxation Feedback Oscillator
Other Astable Oscillators
A CMOS Relaxation Oscillator
Voltage- and Current-Controlled Oscillators
An Astable Schmitt Circuit
Equivalence of the Schmitt and Loop-Coupled Bistable Circuits
A BJT VCO
Problems
Analog Multipliers, Mixers, Modulators
The Emitter-Coupled Pair as a Simple Analog Multiplier
A Subtraction Improvement
Predistortion and Linearity Improvement in the ECP
The Gilbert Cell
MOS Analog Multipliers
Mixing, Modulation and Frequency Translation
The Fully Balanced (Quad) Mixer
Single-Device Mixers
BJT Mixers
MOSFET Mixers
Modulators
Problems
Demodulators and Detectors
AM Demodulation using Analog Multipliers
Synchronous AM Detection
Peak Detectors
Automatic Gain Control
FM Demodulation, Off-Peak Detection
Discriminators
FM Demodulators using Multipliers
Problems
Phase-Locked Loops
Basic Configurations and Applications
A Simple Circuit Model of a PLL
Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO)
Filter
Phase Comparator (PC)
PLL Operation
The Small-Signal Analysis of the PLL
Dynamics of the PLL in the Locked Condition
One-Pole Filter
One-Zero, One-Pole Filter
The Lock and Capture Ranges
Lock Range
Capture Range
Capture Examples
PLLs with Overdriven PCs and Relaxation Oscillators
PLL Design Example
PLL Parameters for a Typical IC Realization
A PLL Example with a FM input
Problems
References
Index
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