Microelectric Circuits : Analysis and Design (2ND)

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Microelectric Circuits : Analysis and Design (2ND)

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MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITSapproach 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.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xiii
Teaching Plans and Suggested Course Outlines xvii
About the Author xix
Chapter 1 Introduction to Electronics and
Design
1.1 Introduction 2 (1)
1.2 History of Electronics 2 (2)
1.3 Electronic Systems 4 (2)
1.4 Electronic Signals and Notation 6 (4)
1.5 Classifications of Electronic Systems 10 (2)
1.6 Specifications of Electronic Systems 12 (3)
1.7 Types of Amplifiers 15 (2)
1.8 Design of Electronic Systems 17 (3)
1.9 Design of Electronic Circuits 20 (7)
1.10 Electronic Devices 27 (5)
1.11 Emerging Electronics 32 (8)
References 36 (1)
Problems 37 (3)
Chapter 2 Introduction to Amplifiers and
Frequency Response
2.1 Introduction 40 (1)
2.2 Amplifier Characteristics 40 (10)
2.3 Amplifier Types 50 (9)
2.4 Cascaded Amplifiers 59 (3)
2.5 Frequency Response of Amplifiers 62 (9)
2.6 Miller's Theorem 71 (1)
2.7 Frequency Response Methods 72 (15)
2.8 PSpice/SPICE Amplifier Models 87 (1)
2.9 Amplifier Design 88 (16)
Summary 91 (1)
References 92 (1)
Review Questions 92 (1)
Problems 93 (11)
Chapter 3 Introduction to Operational
Amplifiers and Applications
3.1 Introduction 104 (1)
3.2 Characteristics of Ideal Op-Amps 104 (7)
3.3 Op-Amp PSpice/SPICE Models 111 (3)
3.4 Analysis of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits 114 (14)
3.5 Op-Amp Applications 128 (36)
3.6 Op-Amp Circuit Design 164 (16)
Summary 165 (1)
References 166 (1)
Review Questions 166 (1)
Problems 167 (13)
Chapter 4 Semiconductor Diodes
4.1 Introduction 180 (1)
4.2 Ideal Diodes 180 (3)
4.3 Transfer Characteristics of Diode 183 (2)
Circuits
4.4 Practical Diodes 185 (7)
4.5 Analysis of Practical Diode Circuits 192 (4)
4.6 Modeling of Practical Diodes 196 (12)
4.7 Zener Diodes 208 (12)
4.8 Light-Emitting Diodes 220 (1)
4.9 Power Rating 220 (2)
4.10 Diode Data Sheets 222 (16)
Summary 226 (1)
References 226 (1)
Review Questions 226 (1)
Problems 227 (11)
Chapter 5 Applications of Diodes
5.1 Introduction 238 (1)
5.2 Diode Rectifier 238 (22)
5.3 Output Filters for Rectifiers 260 (12)
5.4 Diode Peak Detectors and Demodulators 272 (4)
5.5 Diode Clippers 276 (3)
5.6 Diode Clamping Circuits 279 (5)
5.7 Diode Voltage Multipliers 284 (3)
5.8 Diode Function Generators 287 (13)
Summary 290 (1)
References 291 (1)
Review Questions 291 (1)
Problems 291 (9)
Chapter 6 Semiconductors and pn Junction
Characteristics
6.1 Introduction 300 (1)
6.2 Semiconductor Materials 300 (7)
6.3 Zero-Biased pn Junction 307 (7)
6.4 Reverse-Biased pn Junction 314 (5)
6.5 Forward-Biased pn Junction 319 (4)
6.6 Junction Current Density 323 (2)
6.7 Temperature Dependence 325 (1)
6.8 High-Frequency AC Model 326 (10)
Summary 329 (1)
References 330 (1)
Review Questions 330 (1)
Problems 331 (5)
Chapter 7 Metal Oxide Semiconductor
Field-Effect Transistors
7.1 Introduction 336 (1)
7.2 Metal Oxide Field-Effect Transistors 336 (1)
7.3 Enhancement MOSFETs 337 (9)
7.4 Depletion MOSFETs 346 (3)
7.5 MOSFET Models and Amplifier 349 (7)
7.6 A MOSFET Switch 356 (1)
7.7 DC Biasing of MOSFETs 357 (7)
7.8 Common-Source (CS) Amplifiers 364 (11)
7.9 Common-Drain Amplifiers 375 (5)
7.10 Common-Gate Amplifiers 380 (3)
7.11 Multistage Amplifiers 383 (3)
7.12 DC Level Shifting and Amplifier 386 (7)
7.13 Frequency Response of MOSFET 393 (15)
Amplifiers
7.14 Design of MOSFET Amplifiers 408 (26)
Summary 413 (1)
References 413 (1)
Review Questions 414 (1)
Problems 414 (20)
Chapter 8 Bipolar Junction Transistors and
Amplifiers
8.1 Introduction 434 (1)
8.2 Bipolar Junction Transistors 434 (2)
8.3 Principles of BJT Operation 436 (11)
8.4 Input and Output Characteristics 447 (2)
8.5 BJT Circuit Models 449 (6)
8.6 The BJT Switch 455 (2)
8.7 DC Biasing of Bipolar Junction 457 (10)
Transistors
8.8 Common-Emitter Amplifiers 467 (9)
8.9 Emitter Followers 476 (7)
8.10 Common-Base Amplifiers 483 (5)
8.11 Multistage Amplifiers 488 (3)
8.12 The Darlington Pair Transistor 491 (4)
8.13 DC Level Shifting and Amplifier 495 (6)
8.14 Frequency Model and Response of 501 (7)
Bipolar Junction Transistors
8.15 Frequency Response of BJT Amplifiers 508 (20)
8.16 MOSFETs versus BJTs 528 (1)
8.17 Design of Amplifiers 528 (26)
Summary 533 (1)
References 533 (1)
Review Questions 533 (1)
Problems 534 (20)
Chapter 9 Differential Amplifiers
9.1 Introduction 554 (1)
9.2 Internal Structure of Differential 554 (4)
Amplifiers
9.3 MOSFET Current Sources 558 (8)
9.4 MOS Differential Amplifiers 566 (14)
9.5 Depletion MOS Differential Amplifiers 580 (6)
9.6 BJT Current Sources 586 (16)
9.7 BJT Differential Amplifiers 602 (18)
9.8 BiCMOS Differential Amplifiers 620 (6)
9.9 Frequency Response of Differential 626 (2)
Amplifiers
9.10 Design of Differential Amplifiers 628 (14)
Summary 629 (1)
References 629 (1)
Review Questions 629 (1)
Problems 630 (12)
Chapter 10 Feedback Amplifiers
10.1 Introduction 642 (1)
10.2 Feedback 643 (1)
10.3 Characteristics of Feedback 644 (8)
10.4 Feedback Topologies 652 (4)
10.5 Analysis of Feedback Amplifiers 656 (1)
10.6 Series-Shunt Feedback 657 (10)
10.7 Series-Series Feedback 667 (10)
10.8 Shunt-Shunt Feedback 677 (9)
10.9 Shunt-Series Feedback 686 (6)
10.10 Feedback Circuit Design 692 (6)
10.11 Stability Analysis 698 (13)
10.12 Compensation Techniques 711 (29)
Summary 721 (1)
References 721 (1)
Review Questions 722 (1)
Problems 722 (18)
Chapter 11 Power Amplifiers
11.1 Introduction 740 (1)
11.2 Classification of Power Amplifiers 740 (3)
11.3 Power Transistors 743 (2)
11.4 Class A Amplifiers 745 (11)
11.5 Class B Push-Pull Amplifiers 756 (10)
11.6 Complementary Class AB Push-Pull 766 (11)
Amplifiers
11.7 Class C Amplifiers 777 (4)
11.8 Class D Amplifiers 781 (3)
11.9 Class E Amplifiers 784 (2)
11.10 Short-Circuit and Thermal Protection 786 (2)
11.11 Power Op-Amps 788 (4)
11.12 Thermal Considerations 792 (4)
11.13 Design of Power Amplifiers 796 (8)
Summary 797 (1)
References 797 (1)
Review Questions 797 (1)
Problems 798 (6)
Chapter 12 Active Filters
12.1 Introduction 804 (1)
12.2 Active versus Passive Filters 804 (1)
12.3 Types of Active Filters 805 (3)
12.4 First-Order Filters 808 (2)
12.5 The Biquadratic Function 810 (4)
12.6 Butterworth Filters 814 (4)
12.7 Transfer Function Realization 818 (1)
12.8 Low-Pass Filters 819 (10)
12.9 High-Pass Filters 829 (8)
12.10 Band-Pass Filters 837 (6)
12.11 Band-Reject Filters 843 (5)
12.12 All-Pass Filters 848 (1)
12.13 Switched-Capacitor Filters 849 (5)
12.14 Filter Design Guidelines 854 (8)
Summary 855 (1)
References 855 (1)
Review Questions 855 (1)
Problems 856 (6)
Chapter 13 Oscillators
13.1 Introduction 862 (1)
13.2 Principles of Oscillators 862 (5)
13.3 Audio-Frequency Oscillators 867 (14)
13.4 Radio Frequency Oscillators 881 (14)
13.5 Crystal Oscillators 895 (4)
13.6 Active-Filter Tuned Oscillators 899 (3)
13.7 Design of Oscillators 902 (8)
Summary 903 (1)
References 903 (1)
Review Questions 903 (1)
Problems 903 (7)
Chapter 14 Operational Amplifiers
14.1 Introduction 910 (1)
14.2 Internal Structure of Op-Amps 910 (1)
14.3 Parameters and Characteristics of 911 (22)
Practical Op-Amps
14.4 CMOS Op-Amps 933 (7)
14.5 BJT Op-Amps 940 (4)
14.6 Analysis of the LM741 Op-Amp 944 (18)
14.7 BiCMOS Op-Amps 962 (12)
14.8 Design of Op-Amps 974 (8)
Summary 975 (1)
References 976 (1)
Review Questions 976 (1)
Problems 977 (5)
Chapter 15 Introduction to Digital
Electronics
15.1 Introduction 982 (1)
15.2 Logic States 982 (1)
15.3 Logic Gates 983 (2)
15.4 Performance Parameters of Logic Gates 985 (11)
15.5 NMOS Inverters 996 (18)
15.6 NMOS Logic Circuits 1014(2)
15.7 CMOS Inverters 1016(6)
15.8 CMOS Logic Circuits 1022(4)
15.9 Comparison of CMOS and NMOS Gates 1026(1)
15.10 BJT Inverters 1026(7)
15.11 Transistor-Transistor Logic Gates 1033(16)
15.12 Emitter-Coupled Logic OR/NOR Gates 1049(8)
15.13 BiCMOS Inverters 1057(3)
15.14 Interfacing of Logic Gates 1060(3)
15.15 Comparison of Logic Gates 1063(1)
15.16 Design of Logic Circuits 1064(16)
Summary 1068(1)
References 1068(1)
Review Questions 1068(1)
Problems 1069(11)
Chapter 16 Integrated Analog Circuits and
Applications
16.1 Introduction 1080(1)
16.2 Circuits with Op-Amps and Diodes 1080(17)
16.3 Comparators 1097(3)
16.4 Zero-Crossing Detectors 1100(1)
16.5 Schmitt Triggers 1101(9)
16.6 Square-Wave Generators 1110(3)
16.7 Triangular-Wave Generators 1113(4)
16.8 Sawtooth-Wave Generators 1117(3)
16.9 Voltage-Controlled Oscillators 1120(6)
16.10 The 555 Timer 1126(13)
16.11 Phase-Lock Loops 1139(8)
16.12 Voltage-to-Frequency and 1147(8)
Frequency-to-Voltage Converters
16.13 Sample-and-Hold Circuits 1155(3)
16.14 Digital-to-Analog Converters 1158(7)
16.15 Analog-to-Digital Converters 1165(4)
16.16 Circuit Design Using Analog 1169(8)
Integrated Circuits
Summary 1170(1)
References 1170(1)
Review Questions 1170(1)
Problems 1171(6)
Appendix A Introduction to OrCAD 1177(36)
Appendix B Review of Basic Circuits 1213(48)
Appendix C Low-Frequency Hybrid BJT Model 1261(6)
Appendix D Ebers-Moll Model of Bipolar Junction 1267(8)
Transistors
Appendix E Passive Components 1275(6)
Appendix F Design Problems 1281
Answer to Selected Problems 1 (1)
Index 1