Electronic Engineering Applications of Two-Port Networks - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080180694, 9781483187358

Electronic Engineering Applications of Two-Port Networks

1st Edition

Applied Electricity and Electronics Division

Authors: H. B. Gatland
eBook ISBN: 9781483187358
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1976
Page Count: 340
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Electronic Engineering Applications of Two-Port Networks details the application of two-port theory in forming the basis of an analysis of linear electronic systems. The title first deals with the small-signal parameters, and then proceeds to talking about two-port models. Next, the selection covers the small-signal analysis of the common-emitter amplifiers and general analysis of small-signal amplifier performance. The text also discusses the tandem connections of two ports, along with matrix reduction and basic feedback connection. The eight chapter covers feedback amplifiers, while the ninth chapter tackles the applications of feedback systems. The last chapter deals with feedback oscillators. The book will be of great use to students of electronic engineering. The text will also serve professional engineers as a reference.

Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgments Introduction

  1. Small-Signal Parameters 1.1. Characteristic Curves 1.2. Evaluation of Incremental Parameters 1.3. Symbols Representing Variables 1.4. Small-Signal Diagrams 1.5. Equivalent Networks Exercises
  2. Two-Port Models 2.1. Active Two-Port Representation 2.2. Matrix Notation 2.3. Application of Two-Port Representation 2.4. The Interchange of Two-Port Parameters 2.5. Signal Flow Graphs of Two Ports Exercises
  3. Small-Signal Analysis of the Common-Emitter Amplifier 3.1. The Common-Emitter Amplifier 3.2. Amplifier Operation Described by the Terminated Two Port 3.3. Use of Determinants to Find Terminated Two-Port Expressions 3.4. Plotting Performance Curves 3.5. Frequency Response Curves Using Straight-Line Approximations 3.6. Representation of Second-Order Systems Exercises
  4. General Analysis of Small-Signal Amplifier Performance 4.1. The Floating Matrix 4.2. Common-Emitter Parameters 4.3. Common-Collector Parameters 4.4. Common-Base Operation 4.5. Comparison of Amplifier Performance of the Three Basic Connections Exercises
  5. Tandem Connections of Two Ports 5.1. Passive Two Ports 5.2. Example 5.3. Matrix Multiplication 5.4. Interpretation of "A" Parameters 5.5. Tandem Connection of Electronic Devices 5.6. Analysis of A Two-Stage Amplifier 5.7. Emitter-Coupled Amplifier 5.8. Compound Transistor Connection 5.9. Cascode Amplifier 5.10. The Augmented Emitter Follower 5.11. Multistage Amplifier Analysis Exercises
  6. Matrix Reduction Exercises
  7. Basic Feedback Connections 7.1 Introduction 7.2. The Fundamental Feedback Connections 7.5. Incompatible Connections Exercises
  8. Feedback Amplifiers 8.1. Introduction 8.2. Parallel-Parallel Feedback 8.3. Series


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