Microelectronic Circuits Analysis and Design

ISBN-10: 0495667722
ISBN-13: 9780495667728
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List price: $228.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Course Technology
Publication date: 4/19/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1283
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.10" long x 1.90" tall
Weight: 5.544
Language: English

MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN combines a "breadth-first" approach to teaching electronics with a strong emphasis on electronics design and simulation. Professor Rashid first introduces students to the general characteristics of circuits (ICs) to prepare them for the use of circuit design and analysis techniques. He then moves on to a more detailed study of devices and circuits and how they operate within ICs. This approach makes the text easily adaptable to both one- and two-term electronics courses. Student's gain a strong systems perspective, and can readily fill in device-level detail as the course (and their job) requires. In addition, Rashid, author of five successful texts on PSpice and power electronics, directly addresses student's needs for applying theory to real-world design problems by mastering the use of PSpice for testing and verifying their designs. More than 50% of the problems and examples in the text concentrate on design, with PSpice used extensively in the design problems.

Dr. Rashid is an internationally recognized teacher, author, and researcher in Power and Energy. He is a registered professional engineer in Canada, a Fellow of the IEE, and has won the IEEE Outstanding Engineer award. Rashid is also a member of the U.S. engineering accreditation team, ABET.

Introduction to Electronics and Design
Introduction
History of Electronics
Electronic Systems
Electronic Signals and Notation
Classifications of Electronic Systems
Specifications of Electronic Systems
Types of Amplifiers
Design of Electronic Systems
Design of Electronic Circuits
Electronic Devices
Emerging Electronics
References
Problems
Introduction to Amplifiers and Frequency Response
Introduction
Amplifier Characteristics
Amplifier Types
Cascaded Amplifiers
Frequency Response of Amplifiers
Miller's Theorem
Frequency Response Methods
PSpice/SPICE Amplifier Models
Amplifier Design
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Introduction to Operational Amplifiers and Applications
Introduction
Characteristics of Ideal Op-Amps
Op-Amp PSpice/SPICE Models
Analysis of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits
Op-Amp Applications
Op-Amp Circuit Design
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Semiconductor Diodes
Introduction
Ideal Diodes
Transfer Characteristics of Diode Circuits
Practical Diodes
Analysis of Practical Diode Circuits
Modeling of Practical Diodes
Zener Diodes
Light-Emitting Diodes
Power Rating
Diode Data Sheets
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Applications of Diodes
Introduction
Diode Rectifier
Output Filters for Rectifiers
Diode Peak Detectors and Demodulators
Diode Clippers
Diode Clamping Circuits
Diode Voltage Multipliers
Diode Function Generators
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Semiconductors and pn Junction Characteristics
Introduction
Semiconductor Materials
Zero-Biased pn Junction
Reverse-Biased pn Junction
Forward-Biased pn Junction
Junction Current Density
Temperature Dependence
High-Frequency AC Model
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors
Introduction
Metal Oxide Field-Effect Transistors
Enhancement MOSFETs
Depletion MOSFETs
MOSFET Models and Amplifier
A MOSFET Switch
DC Biasing of MOSFETs
Common-Source (CS) Amplifiers
Common-Drain Amplifiers
Common-Gate Amplifiers
Multistage Amplifiers
DC Level Shifting and Amplifier
Frequency Response of MOSFET Amplifiers
Design of MOSFET Amplifiers
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Bipolar Junction Transistors and Amplifiers
Introduction
Bipolar Junction Transistors
Principles of BJT Operation
Input and Output Characteristics
BJT Circuit Models
The BJT Switch
DC Biasing of Bipolar Junction Transistors
Common-Emitter Amplifiers
Emitter Followers
Common-Base Amplifiers
Multistage Amplifiers
The Darlington Pair Transistor
DC Level Shifting and Amplifier
Frequency Model and Response of Bipolar Junction Transistors
Frequency Response of BJT Amplifiers
Low Cutoff Frequencies
MOSFETs versus BJTs
Design of Amplifiers
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Differential Amplifiers
Introduction
Internal Structure of Differential Amplifiers
MOSFET Current Sources
MOS Differential Amplifiers
Depletion MOS Differential Amplifiers
BJT Current Sources
BJT Differential Amplifiers
BiCMOS Differential Amplifiers
Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers
Design of Differential Amplifiers
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Feedback Amplifiers
Introduction
Feedback
Characteristics of Feedback
Feedback Topologies
Analysis of Feedback Amplifiers
Series-Shunt Feedback
Series-Series Feedback
Shunt-Shunt Feedback
Shunt-Series Feedback
Feedback Circuit Design
Stability Analysis
Compensation Techniques
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Power Amplifiers
Introduction
Classification of Power Amplifiers
Power Transistors
Class A Amplifiers
Class B Push-Pull Amplifiers
Complementary Class AB Push-Pull Amplifiers
Class C Amplifiers
Class D Amplifiers
Class E Amplifiers
Short-Circuit and Thermal Protection
Power Op-Amps
Thermal Considerations
Design of Power Amplifiers
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Active Filters
Introduction
Active versus Passive Filters
Types of Active Filters
First-Order Filters
The Biquadratic Function
Butterworth Filters
Transfer Function Realization
Low-Pass Filters
High-Pass Filters
Band-Pass Filters
Band-Reject Filter
All-Pass Filters
Switched-Capacitor Filters
Filter Design Guidelines
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Oscillators
Introduction
Principles of Oscillators
Audio-Frequency Oscillators
Radio Frequency Oscillators
Crystal Oscillators
Active-Filter Tuned Oscillators
Design of Oscillators
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Operational Amplifiers
Introduction
Internal Structure of Op-Amps
Parameters and Characteristics of Practical Op-Amps
CMOS Op-Amps
BJT Op-Amps
Analysis of the LM741 Op-Amp
BiCMOS Op-Amps
Design of Op-Amps
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Introduction to Digital Electronics
Introduction
Logic States
Logic Gates
Performance Parameters of Logic Gates
NMOS Inverters
NMOS Logic Circuits
CMOS Inverters
CMOS Logic Circuits
Comparison of CMOS and NMOS Gates
BJT Inverters
Transistor-Transistor Logic Gates
Emitter-Coupled Logic OR/NOR Gates
BiCMOS Inverters
Interfacing of Logic Gates
Comparison of Logic Gates
Design of Logic Circuits
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Integrated Analog Circuits and Applications
Introduction
Circuits with Op-Amps and Diodes
Comparators
Zero-Crossing Detectors
Schmitt Triggers
Square-Wave Generators
Triangular-Wave Generators
Sawtooth-Wave Generators
Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
The 555 Timer
Phase-Lock Loops
Voltage-to-Frequency and Frequency-to-Voltage Converters
Sample-and-Hold Circuits
Digital-to-Analog Converters
Analog-to-Digital Converters
Circuit Design Using Analog Integrated Circuits
Summary
References
Review Questions
Problems
Introduction to OrCAD
Introduction
Installing the Software
Overview
The Circuit Analysis Process
Drawing the Circuit
Selecting the Type of Analysis
Simulation with PSpice
Displaying the Results of a Simulation
Copying and Capturing Schematics
Varying Parameters
Frequency Response Analysis
Modeling Devices and Elements
Creating Netlists
Adding Library Files
Review of Basic Circuits
Introduction
Kirchhoff's Current Law
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Superposition Theorem
Thevenin's Theorem
Norton's Theorem
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Transient Response of First-Order Circuits
Resonant Circuits
Frequency Response of First- and Second-Order Circuits
Time Constants of First-Order Circuits
Low Frequency Hybrid BJT Model
Ebers-Moll Model of Bipolar Junction Transistors
Passive Components
Design Problems

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