Analog Circuit Design: Discrete and Integrated is written by enthusiastic circuit practitioner, Sergio Franco. This text places great emphasis on developing intuition and physical insight. The numerous examples and problems have been carefully thought out to promote problem solving methodologies of the type engineers apply daily on the job. Each chapter provides a fairly comprehensive coverage of its title subject. SPICE has been integrated throughout the text both as a pedagogical aid to confer more immediately to a new concept, and as a validation tool for hand calculations. PSPICE is used to bring out nuances that would be too complex for hand calculations.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Higher Education|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.40(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
SERGIO FRANCO is a professor of Electrical Engineering at San Francisco State University. He was born in Friuli, Italy,and earned his Ph.D from the university of Illinois at Urbana-champaign. Prior to becoming professor, Dr. Franco had extensive industrial experience and has worked and publised in such diverse areas as solid state phycsis,pattern reconition, electronic music, IC design,and medical, consumer and automotive electronics. Dr. Franco is also the author of the textbook Electric Circuit Fundamentals, Oxford University Press, 1995. In addition to teaching, Dr. Franco consults for industry.
Table of Contents
1) Diodes and the pn Junction
2) The Bipolar Junction Transistor
3) The MOS Field-Effect Transistor
4) Building Blocks for Analog Integrated Circuits
5) Analog Integrated Circuits
6) Frequency and Time Responses
7) Feedback, Stability, and Noise