The Circuit Designer's Companion - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780750663700, 9780080476513

The Circuit Designer's Companion

2nd Edition

Authors: Tim Williams
Paperback ISBN: 9780750663700
eBook ISBN: 9780080476513
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 6th November 2004
Page Count: 368
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Description

Introduction

  1. Grounding and wiring 1.1 Grounding 1.2 Wiring and cables 1.3 Transmission lines
  2. Printed circuits 2.1 Board types 2.2 Design rules 2.3 Board assembly: surface mount and through hole 2.4 Surface protection 2.5 Sourcing boards and artwork
  3. Passive components 3.1 Resistors 3.2 Potentiometers 3.3 Capacitors 3.4 Inductors 3.5 Crystals and resonators
  4. Active components 4.1 Diodes 4.2 Thyristors and triacs 4.3 Bipolar transistors 4.4 Junction Field Effect transistors 4.5 MOSFETs 4.6 IGBTs
  5. Analogue integrated circuits 5.1 The ideal op-amp 5.2 The practical op-amp 5.3 Comparators 5.4 Voltage references 5.5 Circuit modelling
  6. Digital circuits 6.1 Logic ICs 6.2 Interfacing 6.3 Using microcontrollers 6.4 Microprocessor watchdogs and supervision 6.5 Software protection techniques
  7. Power supplies 7.1 General 7.2 Input and output parameters 7.3 Abnormal conditions 7.4 Mechanical requirements 7.5 Batteries
  8. Electromagnetic compatibility 8.1 The need for EMC 8.2 EMC legislation and standards 8.3 Interference coupling mechanisms 8.4 Circuit design and layout 8.5 Shielding 8.6 Filtering 8.7 Cables and connectors 8.8 EMC design checklist
  9. General product design 9.1 Safety 9.2 Design for production 9.3 Testability 9.4 Reliability 9.5 Thermal management Appendix Standards Bibliography Index

Key Features

· A unique masterclass in the design of optimized, reliable electronic circuits · Beyond the lab - a guide to electronic design for production, where cost-effective design is imperative · Tips and know-how provide a whole education for the novice, with something to offer the most seasoned professional

Readership

Professional electronics design community, advanced amateur electronics designers, electronic engineering students and profs looking for a book with a real-world design outlook.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. Grounding and wiring 1.1 Grounding 1.2 Wiring and cables 1.3 Transmission lines
  2. Printed circuits 2.1 Board types 2.2 Design rules 2.3 Board assembly: surface mount and through hole 2.4 Surface protection 2.5 Sourcing boards and artwork
  3. Passive components 3.1 Resistors 3.2 Potentiometers 3.3 Capacitors 3.4 Inductors 3.5 Crystals and resonators
  4. Active components 4.1 Diodes 4.2 Thyristors and triacs 4.3 Bipolar transistors 4.4 Junction Field Effect transistors 4.5 MOSFETs 4.6 IGBTs
  5. Analogue integrated circuits 5.1 The ideal op-amp 5.2 The practical op-amp 5.3 Comparators 5.4 Voltage references 5.5 Circuit modelling
  6. Digital circuits 6.1 Logic ICs 6.2 Interfacing 6.3 Using microcontrollers 6.4 Microprocessor watchdogs and supervision 6.5 Software protection techniques
  7. Power supplies 7.1 General 7.2 Input and output parameters 7.3 Abnormal conditions 7.4 Mechanical requirements 7.5 Batteries
  8. Electromagnetic compatibility 8.1 The need for EMC 8.2 EMC legislation and standards 8.3 Interference coupling mechanisms 8.4 Circuit design and layout 8.5 Shielding 8.6 Filtering 8.7 Cables and connectors 8.8 EMC design checklist
  9. General product design 9.1 Safety 9.2 Design for production 9.3 Testability 9.4 Reliability 9.5 Thermal management Appendix Standards Bibliography Index

Details

No. of pages:
368
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Newnes 2004
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
eBook ISBN:
9780080476513
Paperback ISBN:
9780750663700

About the Author

Tim Williams

Tim Williams worked for a variety of companies as an electronic design engineer, before startinghis own consultancy specializing in EMC design and test advice and training. He has monitored the progress of the EMC Directive and its associated standards since it was first made public, over the last 25 years.

Affiliations and Expertise

Elmac Services, Wareham, UK

Reviews

"Listed as noteworthy book by Bill Schweber from EDN Magazine. This broad-ranging book teaches considerations you wish you knew about when you finished school and had a real project to work on but doesn't assume a simplistic problem-solution approach." - EDN Feb 2005