Operational Amplifiers With Linear Integrated Circuits (4th Edition).epub ##VERIFIED##
Operational Amplifiers With Linear Integrated Circuits (4th Edition).epub
This book is intended for students of solid state electronics, analog and digital signal processing, and telecommunications. It covers the main topics of basic linear electronics such as amplifiers, buffer amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, filters, modulators, noise and distortion, DC and AC measurements, radio frequency receivers, and analog-to-digital conversion. In addition, the book covers the more specialized topics of multiplexing, pulse shaping, and digital sampling theory. The book provides a thorough introduction to these topics using the modern filter theory of continuous-time filters, but does not go into great detail about filter design.
The book provides an introduction to state-of-the-art design techniques for microwave, RF, and RF/microwave amplifiers. With a focus on linear amplifiers, it provides an easy to use, convenient style which uses a one-sweep approach to circuit design. It uses a series of mini-cases to demonstrate the design technique and the necessary information. In each mini-case, the student is guided through the design process through the use of a simple test amplifier. The book provides detailed instructions and solutions for each case. It assumes that the reader has some experience in the design of amplifiers.
This book takes the student through the design process from concept through first silicon implementation of a linear amplifier. The book starts with the specification of the circuit in a block diagram form and proceeds through a series of design steps. The first design step is to use the circuit design flow to select a suitable active circuit technology, using simulations to test the performance of a variety of circuit solutions. After the technology choice is made, the book leads the student through the design steps needed to implement the circuit. To avoid out of control analog technology, circuit implementations are then simulated on the electronics workbench, followed by board layout and board assembly with test fixture. After initial testing, the circuit is subjected to verification procedures such as noise reduction, input/output isolation, output slew rate, input offset voltage and gain, output coupling, direct RF feedthrough, and high frequency input and output matching.
The linear amplifier design is ubiquitous in analog signal processing, audio amplification, and related systems in the electronics world. In this book, we first discuss the basic theory of linear amplifiers. This is followed by a detailed description on specific circuit types, such as low-noise amplifiers, transconductance amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers, and operational amplifiers. Each of these amplifier types is then discussed in detail in one or more chapters, including non-linear amplifiers in Chapter 6. The basic theory of linear amplifiers is extended to characterize the behavior of some interesting nonlinear components. In addition, some electronic systems are modeled as analog networks, which are explained in this book to provide some first-hand understanding of modern analog and mixed-signal systems.
This book presents a unified and detailed exposition on all issues related to amplifiers, including linear amplifiers, high-gain linear amplifiers, amplifiers with feedback, parametric amplifiers, and nonlinear amplifiers.
This book presents an accessible and didactic description of the theory and application of operational amplifiers. It starts with a detailed exposition of basic conceptual building blocks of an operational amplifier and their equivalent circuits. The equivalent circuit then provides a basis for the analysis of operational amplifiers. An amplitude analysis is given followed by a frequency analysis. The same analyses are then applied to a detailed description of the typical amplifier topologies. The design of the amplifier is analyzed in a detailed manner with the aid of the results of the preceding theoretical analysis. The discussion then continues with the practical considerations of the design of a general circuit. Finally, applications of operational amplifiers are outlined. In particular, the author discusses how an operational amplifier can be used for potentiometry and in differential signal processing.