Analog FundamentalsA Systems Approach
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Analog Fundamentals: A Systems Approach provides unique coverage of analog devices and circuits with a systems emphasis. Discrete linear devices, operational amplifiers, and other linear integrated circuits, are all covered with less emphasis on the individual device, and more discussion on how these devices are incorporated into larger circuits and systems.
1 Ώ BASIC ANALOG CONCEPTS
11 Analog Electronics
12 Analog Signals
13 Signal Sources
2 Ώ DIODES AND APPLICATIONS
21 The Atomic Structure of Semiconductors
22 The PN Junction
23 Biasing the Semiconductor Diode
24 Diode Characteristics
26 Rectifier Filters and IC Regulators
27 Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuits
28 Special-Purpose Diodes
29 The Diode Data Sheet
3 Ώ BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS (BJTs)
31 Structure of Bipolar Junction Transistors
32 BJT Bias Circuits
33 Data Sheet Parameters and AC Considerations
34 Common-Emitter Amplifiers
35 Common-Collector Amplifiers
36 Common-Base Amplifiers
37 The Bipolar Transistor as a Switch
38 Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification
4 Ώ FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS (FETs)
41 Structure of Field-Effect Transistors
42 JFET Characteristics
43 JFET Biasing
44 MOSFET Characteristics
45 MOSFET Biasing
46 FET Linear Amplifiers
47 MOSFET Switching Circuits
4-8 A System
5 Ώ MULTISTAGE, RF, AND POWER AMPLIFIERS
51 Capacitively Coupled Amplifiers
52 RF Amplifiers
53 Transformer-Coupled Amplifiers
54 Direct-Coupled Amplifiers
55 Class A Power Amplifiers
56 Class B Power Amplifiers
57 Class C and Class D Power Amplifiers
58 IC Power Amplifiers
6 Ώ OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
61 Introduction to Operational Amplifiers
62 The Differential Amplifier
63 Op-Amp Data Sheet Parameters
64 Negative Feedback
65 Op-Amp Configurations with Negative Feedback
66 Op-Amp Impedances and Noise
7 Ώ OP-AMP RESPONSES
71 Basic Concepts
72 Op-Amp Open-Loop Response
73 Op-Amp Closed-Loop Response
74 Positive Feedback and Stability
75 Op-Amp Compensation
8 Ώ BASIC OP-AMP CIRCUITS
82 Summing Amplifiers
83 Integrators and Differentiators
84 Converters and Other Op-Amp Circuits
9 Ώ ACTIVE FILTERS
91 Basic Filter Responses
92 Filter Response Characteristics
93 Active Low-Pass Filters
94 Active High-Pass Filters
95 Active Band-Pass Filters
96 Active Band-Stop Filters
97 Filter Response Measurements
10 Ώ OSCILLATORS AND TIMERS
101 The Oscillator
102 Feedback Oscillator Principles
103 Sinusoidal Oscillators with RC Feedback Circuits
10-4 Oscillators with LC Feedback Circuits
105 Relaxation Oscillator Principles
106 The 555 Timer as an Oscillator
107 The 555 Timer as a One-Shot
11 Ώ VOLTAGE REGULATORS
111 Voltage Regulation
112 Basic Series Regulators
113 Basic Shunt Regulators
114 Basic Switching Regulators
115 Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators
116 Applications of IC Voltage Regulators
12 Ώ SPECIAL-PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS
121 Instrumentation Amplifiers
122 Isolation Amplifiers
123 Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs)
124 Log and Antilog Amplifiers
13 Ώ COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUITS
131 Basic Receivers
132 The Linear Multiplier
133 Amplitude Modulation
134 The Mixer
135 AM Demodulation
136 IF and Audio Amplifiers
137 Frequency Modulation
138 The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL)
139 Fiber Optics
14 Ώ DATA CONVERSION
141 Analog Switches
142 Sample-and-Hold Amplifiers
143 Interfacing the Analog and Digital Worlds
144 Digital-to-Analog (D/A) Conversion
145 Basic Concepts of Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Conversion
146 Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Conversion Methods
147 Voltage-to-Frequency (V/F) and Frequency-to-Voltage (F/V) Converters
15 Ώ MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL
151 RMS-to-DC Converters
152 Angle Measurement
153 Temperature Measurement
154 Strain Measurement, Pressure Measurement, and Motion Measurement
155 Power Control
DERIVATIONS OF SELECTED EQUATIONS
ANSWERS TO ODD-NUMBERED PROBLEMS
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Analog Fundamentals: A Systems Approach provides unique coverage of analog devices and circuits with a systems emphasis. Discrete linear devices, operational amplifiers, and other linear integrated circuits, are all covered with less emphasis on the individual device, and more discussion on how these devices are incorporated into larger circuits and systems.Hallmark Features:
A wealth of examples helps students understand the relationship among system blocks, interfaces, and input/output signals.
- Both discrete and integrated analog devices are presented with specific system examples.
- All chapters feature System Examples and System Notes that are coordinated with chapter objectives.
- System examples are used to illustrate how analog devices are applied in a system application.
- System notes present interesting facts, information, and practical applications for specific analog devices and circuits.
- Multisim files for selected examples and figures are available on the companion website, and Multisim troubleshooting problems are included for most chapters.
- Worked examples help to illustrate the function and application of both discrete and integrated analog devices. Related problems appear in each worked example to provide additional practice.
- Many of the system examples in the text focus on mixed systems that include both analog and digital circuits. Coverage of analog devices employed in switching applications is also included.
Chapter pedagogy keeps students focused on learning the concepts.
- Each chapter begins with an opener page which includes a chapter outline, chapter objectives, a list of key terms, introduction, and a website reference for chapter study aids and other topics.
- Each section within a chapter begins with an introduction and objectives for that section.
- Links to manufacturers online data sheets are provided for most of the devices covered in each chapter.
- Each section ends with a review consisting of questions or exercises that emphasize the main concepts presented in the section. Answers to the Section Review Questions are provided at the end of the chapter.
- Each chapter ends with a summary, glossary, key formulas list, self-test, troubleshooting quiz, sectionalized problem set, and in many chapters, a Multisim troubleshooting section.
- Answers to section review questions, related problems for examples, and the self-test and troubleshooting quiz are at the end of each chapter.
- A comprehensive glossary and answers to odd-numbered problems are provided at the end of the text.
The text covers all the necessary mathematics without bogging students down in overly complex examples.
- The mathematical skill level required to use this text is a basic understanding of algebra and trigonometric functions.
- Higher-level mathematics, such as calculus, is not required.