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Linear Circuit Design Handbook

This book enables design engineers to be more effective in designing discrete and integrated circuits by helping them understand the role of analog devices in their circuit design. Analog elements are at the heart of many important functions in both discrete and integrated circuits, but from a design perspective the analog components are often the most difficult to understand. Examples include operational amplifiers, D/A and A/D converters and active filters. Effective circuit design requires a strong understanding of the operation of these analog devices and how they affect circuit design. TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1: THE OP AMP CHAPTER 2: OTHER LINEAR CIRCUITS CHAPTER 3: SENSORS CHAPTER 4 RF/IF CIRCUITS CHAPTER 5: FUNDAMENTALS OF SAMPLED DATA SYSTEMS CHAPTER 6: CONVERTERS CHAPTER 7: DATA CONVERTER SUPPORT CIRCUITS CHAPTER 8 ANALOG FILTERS CHAPTER 9: POWER MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 10: PASSIVE COMPONENTS CHAPTER 11: OVERVOLTAGE EFFECTS ON ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS CHAPTER 12: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (PCB) DESIGN ISSUES

Audience
Circuit design engineers, electronics product designers and developers

Hardbound, 960 Pages

Published: February 2008

Imprint: Newnes

ISBN: 978-0-7506-8703-4

Contents

  • CHAPTER 1: THE OP AMP SECTION 1.1: OP AMP OPERATION SECTION 1.2: OP AMP SPECIFICATIONS SECTION 1.2: AC SPECIFICATIONS SECTION 1.3: HOW TO READ DATA SHEETS SECTION 1.4: CHOOSING AN OP AMP CHAPTER 2: OTHER LINEAR CIRCUITS SECTION 2.1: BUFFER AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.2: GAIN BLOCKS SECTION 2.3: INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.4: DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.5: ISOLATION AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.6: DIGITAL ISOLATION TECHNIQUES SECTION 2.7: ACTIVE FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.8: LOGARITHMIC AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.9: HIGH SPEED CLAMPING AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.10: COMPARATORS SECTION 2.11: ANALOG MULTIPLIERS SECTION 2.12: RMS TO DC CONVERTERS SECTION 2.13: PROGRAMMABLE GAIN AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.14: AUDIO AMPLIFIERS SECTION 2.15: AUTO-ZERO AMPLIFIERS CHAPTER 3: SENSORS SECTION 3.1: POSITIONAL SENSORS SECTION 3.2: TEMPERATURE SENSORS SECTION 3.3: CHARGE COUPLED DEVICES (CCDs) CHAPTER 4 RF/IF CIRCUITS SECTION 4.1: MIXERS SECTION 4.2: MODULATORS SECTION 4.3: ANALOG MULTIPLIERS SECTION 4.4: LOGARITHMIC AMPLIFIERS SECTION 4.5: TRU-POWER DETECTORS SECTION 4.6: VARIABLE GAIN AMPLIFIER SECTION 4.7: DIRECT DIGITAL SYNTHESIS SECTION 4.8: PHASE LOCKED LOOPS CHAPTER 5: FUNDAMENTALS OF SAMPLED DATA SYSTEMS SECTION 5.1: CODING AND QUANTIZING SECTION 5.2: SAMPLING THEORY CHAPTER 6: CONVERTERS SECTION 6.1: DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTER ARCHITECTURES SECTION 6.2: ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER ARCHITECTURES SECTION 6.3: SIGMA-DELTA (ƒÃƒ´) CONVERTERS SECTION 6.4: DEFINING THE SPECIFICATIONS SECTION 6.5: DAC AND ADC STATIC TRANSFER FUNCTIONS AND DC ERRORS SECTION 6.6: DATA CONVERTER AC ERRORS SECTION 6.7: TIMING SPECIFICATIONS SECTION 6.8: HOW TO READ A DATA SHEET SECTION 6.9: CHOOSING A DATA CONVERTER CHAPTER 7: DATA CONVERTER SUPPORT CIRCUITS SECTION 7.1: VOLTAGE REFERENCES SECTION 7.2: ANALOG SWITCHES AND MULTIPLEXERS SECTION 7.3: SAMPLE-AND-HOLD CIRCUITS SECTION 7.4: CLOCK GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION CHAPTER 8 ANALOG FILTERS SECTION 8.1: INTRODUCTION SECTION 8.2: THE TRANSFER FUNCTION SECTION 8.3: TIME DOMAIN RESPONSE SECTION 8.4: STANDARD RESPONSES SECTION 8.5: FREQUENCY TRANSFORMATION SECTION 8.6: FILTER REALIZATIONS SECTION 8.7: PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN FILTER IMPLEMENTATION SECTION 8.8: DESIGN EXAMPLES CHAPTER 9: POWER MANAGEMENT SECTION 9.1: LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATORS SECTION 9.2: SWITCH MODE REGULATORS SECTION 9.3: SWITCHED CAPACITOR VOLTAGE CONVERTERS CHAPTER 10: PASSIVE COMPONENTS SECTION 10.1: CAPACITORS SECTION 10.2: RESISTORS AND POTENTIOMETERS SECTION 10.3: INDUCTORS CHAPTER 11: OVERVOLTAGE EFFECTS ON ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS SECTION 11.1: OVERVOLTAGE EFFECTS SECTION 11.2: ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) SECTION 11.3: EMI/RFI CONSIDERATIONS CHAPTER 12: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (PCB) DESIGN ISSUES SECTION 12.1: PARTITIONING SECTION 12.2: TRACES SECTION 12.3: GROUNDING SECTION 12.4: DECOUPLING SECTION 12.5: THERMAL MANAGEMENT

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