Analog Design Essentials [electronic resource] / by Willy M. C. Sansen.

By: Sansen, Willy M. C [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science: 859Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2006Description: VIII, 780p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387257471Subject(s): Engineering | Engineering design | Microwaves | Electronics | Optical materials | Engineering | Electronic and Computer Engineering | Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation | Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering | Optical and Electronic Materials | Engineering DesignAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.3 LOC classification: TK1-9971Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Comparison of MOST and Bipolar transistor models -- Amplifiers, Source followers & Cascodes -- Differential Voltage and Current amplifiers -- Noise performance of elementary transistor stages -- Stability of Operational amplifiers -- Systematic Design of Operational Amplifiers -- Important opamp configurations -- Fully-differential amplifiers -- Design of Multistage Operational amplifiers -- Current-input Operational Amplifiers -- Rail-to-rail input and output amplifiers -- Class AB and driver amplifiers -- Feedback Voltage and Transconductance Amplifiers -- Feedback Transimpedance and Current Amplifiers -- Offset and CMRR: Random and systematic -- Bandgap and current reference circuits -- Switched-capacitor filters -- Distortion in elementary transistor circuits -- Continuous-time filters -- CMOS ADC and DAC principles -- Low-power Sigma-Delta AD converters -- Design of crystal oscillators -- Low-noise amplifiers -- Coupling effects in Mixed analog-digital ICs.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book is entitled Analog Design Essentials because it contains all topics of importance to the analog designer which are essential to obtain sufficient insights to do a thorough job. The book starts with elementary stages in building up operational amplifiers. The synthesis of opamps is covered in great detail, such that lowest power consumption is always guaranteed. Many examples are included, operating at low supply voltages. Chapters on noise, distortion, filters, ADC/DACs and oscillators follow. These are all based on the extensive amount of teaching that the author has carried out both at universities and companies world-wide. All chapters have been drawn up specifically for self-study. They aim, however, at different levels of understanding. All start with elementary material. Most chapters also contain advanced material, especially from Chapter 9 onwards. A new format is used for this book. This has the advantages that the material used for teaching is also the material used by the student, and that only one additional aspect is explained per slide. The student can thus easily monitor their progress in understanding. It is hoped that this new format provides a better structure in both teaching and studying these essential topics in analog design.
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Comparison of MOST and Bipolar transistor models -- Amplifiers, Source followers & Cascodes -- Differential Voltage and Current amplifiers -- Noise performance of elementary transistor stages -- Stability of Operational amplifiers -- Systematic Design of Operational Amplifiers -- Important opamp configurations -- Fully-differential amplifiers -- Design of Multistage Operational amplifiers -- Current-input Operational Amplifiers -- Rail-to-rail input and output amplifiers -- Class AB and driver amplifiers -- Feedback Voltage and Transconductance Amplifiers -- Feedback Transimpedance and Current Amplifiers -- Offset and CMRR: Random and systematic -- Bandgap and current reference circuits -- Switched-capacitor filters -- Distortion in elementary transistor circuits -- Continuous-time filters -- CMOS ADC and DAC principles -- Low-power Sigma-Delta AD converters -- Design of crystal oscillators -- Low-noise amplifiers -- Coupling effects in Mixed analog-digital ICs.

This book is entitled Analog Design Essentials because it contains all topics of importance to the analog designer which are essential to obtain sufficient insights to do a thorough job. The book starts with elementary stages in building up operational amplifiers. The synthesis of opamps is covered in great detail, such that lowest power consumption is always guaranteed. Many examples are included, operating at low supply voltages. Chapters on noise, distortion, filters, ADC/DACs and oscillators follow. These are all based on the extensive amount of teaching that the author has carried out both at universities and companies world-wide. All chapters have been drawn up specifically for self-study. They aim, however, at different levels of understanding. All start with elementary material. Most chapters also contain advanced material, especially from Chapter 9 onwards. A new format is used for this book. This has the advantages that the material used for teaching is also the material used by the student, and that only one additional aspect is explained per slide. The student can thus easily monitor their progress in understanding. It is hoped that this new format provides a better structure in both teaching and studying these essential topics in analog design.

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