Analog Electronics : Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing.

By: Gergely, StephenContributor(s): Crecraft, David | Gergely, StephenPublisher: Jordan Hill : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2002Copyright date: ©2002Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (437 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780080475837Subject(s): Analog electronic systems.;Signal processingGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Analog Electronics : Circuits, Systems and Signal ProcessingDDC classification: 621.3815 LOC classification: TK7867 -- .C74 2002ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Front Cover -- Analog Electronics: Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Introduction to electronic systems -- 1.1 The roles of analog electronics and digital electronics -- 1.2 Hi-fi and music amplifiers -- 1.3 Video cameras and displays -- 1.4 Multimedia -- 1.5 Medical instrumentation -- 1.6 Industrial instrumentation -- 1.7 Telecommunications -- 1.8 Mixed-signal i.c. chips -- 1.9 Power supplies -- 1.10 Signal processing -- 1.11 Summary: the roles of analog electronics -- Chapter 2. Signals and signal processing -- 2.1 Introduction: signals and systems -- 2.2 Systems -- 2.3 Signals -- 2.4 Simple RLC networks -- 2.5 The decibel and Bode plots -- 2.6 Step and pulse response -- 2.7 Waveforms and frequency spectra -- 2.8 Random signals and noise -- References -- Chapter 3. Amplifiers and feedback -- 3.1 Gain and decibels -- 3.2 Frequency response -- 3.3 Input impedance and output impedance -- 3.4 Operational amplifiers ('op amps') -- 3.5 Negative feedback and the op amp voltage follower -- 3.6 An op amp non-inverting amplifier -- 3.7 Negative and positive feedback: stability -- 3.8 An op amp inverting amplifier -- 3.9 Offsets -- 3.10 Noise in amplifiers -- References -- Chapter 4. Signal processing with operational amplifiers -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Instrumentation amplifiers -- 4.3 Inverting summing amplifiers -- 4.4 Non-inverting summing amplifiers -- 4.5 Integrators -- 4.6 Charge amplifiers -- 4.7 Precision rectifiers -- References -- Chapter 5. Diode and transistor circuits -- 5.1 Semiconductor diodes -- 5.2 Diode characteristics -- 5.3 Bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) -- 5.4 Bipolar junction transistor parameters and amplifiers -- 5.5 Field-effect transistors (FETs) -- References -- Chapter 6. Design of operation amplifiers ('op amps') -- 6.1 Structure of the op amp.
6.2 The differential-pair input stage -- 6.3 The second stage and the output stage -- 6.4 The constant-current sources -- 6.5 Common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) -- 6.6 Frequency response -- 6.7 Slew rate -- 6.8 Integrated-circuit op amps -- 6.9 Radio-frequency (r.f.) op amps -- 6.10 Video amplifiers -- References -- Chapter 7. Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Quantization -- 7.3 Sampling -- 7.4 Analog-to-digital conversion -- 7.5 Analog-to-digital converters -- 7.6 Digital-to-analog converters -- 7.7 Errors in A-D and D-A converters -- References -- Chapter 8. Audio-frequency power amplifiers -- 8.1 Requirements -- 8.2 Total harmonic distortion (THD) and Fourier analysis -- 8.3 Power amplifier architecture -- 8.4 Output stages: the double emitter-follower -- 8.5 Output stages with compound transistors ('super-β' pairs) -- 8.6 FET output stages -- References -- Chapter 9. Radio communication techniques -- 9.1 Radio communication systems -- 9.2 Turned r.f. amplifiers -- 9.3 Amplitude modulation (AM) and demodulation -- 9.4 Frequency modulation (FM) and demodulation -- 9.5 Digital modulation schemes -- 9.6 Receivers -- References -- Chapter 10. Filters -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 A simple LCR filter -- 10.3 Response types -- 10.4 Filter implementation -- 10.5 Passive filter circuits -- 10.6 Active filter analysis -- 10.7 Filter design -- 10.8 Switched capacitor filters -- References -- Chapter 11. Signal generation -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 The Barkehousen criterion for oscillation -- 11.3 Oscillator circuits -- 11.4 Phase locked loops -- 11.5 Frequency synthesis -- References -- Chapter 12. Interconnections -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Transmission lines -- 12.3 Interference and interconnections -- 12.4 Optical fibres -- References -- Chapter 13. Power supplies -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Batteries.
13.3 Mains power supplies -- 13.4 Switched-mode power supplies -- 13.5 Uniterruptible power supplies -- References -- Answers to SAQs -- Index.
Summary: The content has been carefully designed to meet the requirements of first and second year students of electronic engineering, communications engineering and telecommunications, following full honours degree programs or two-year courses including HNC/HND. A companion website includes interactive spreadsheets to download. *A completely new analog electronics textbook for the digital age *Coverage ideal for courses with a communications / wireless focus *Companion website provides interactive spreadsheets, where readers can put the book's theory into practice.
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Front Cover -- Analog Electronics: Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Introduction to electronic systems -- 1.1 The roles of analog electronics and digital electronics -- 1.2 Hi-fi and music amplifiers -- 1.3 Video cameras and displays -- 1.4 Multimedia -- 1.5 Medical instrumentation -- 1.6 Industrial instrumentation -- 1.7 Telecommunications -- 1.8 Mixed-signal i.c. chips -- 1.9 Power supplies -- 1.10 Signal processing -- 1.11 Summary: the roles of analog electronics -- Chapter 2. Signals and signal processing -- 2.1 Introduction: signals and systems -- 2.2 Systems -- 2.3 Signals -- 2.4 Simple RLC networks -- 2.5 The decibel and Bode plots -- 2.6 Step and pulse response -- 2.7 Waveforms and frequency spectra -- 2.8 Random signals and noise -- References -- Chapter 3. Amplifiers and feedback -- 3.1 Gain and decibels -- 3.2 Frequency response -- 3.3 Input impedance and output impedance -- 3.4 Operational amplifiers ('op amps') -- 3.5 Negative feedback and the op amp voltage follower -- 3.6 An op amp non-inverting amplifier -- 3.7 Negative and positive feedback: stability -- 3.8 An op amp inverting amplifier -- 3.9 Offsets -- 3.10 Noise in amplifiers -- References -- Chapter 4. Signal processing with operational amplifiers -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Instrumentation amplifiers -- 4.3 Inverting summing amplifiers -- 4.4 Non-inverting summing amplifiers -- 4.5 Integrators -- 4.6 Charge amplifiers -- 4.7 Precision rectifiers -- References -- Chapter 5. Diode and transistor circuits -- 5.1 Semiconductor diodes -- 5.2 Diode characteristics -- 5.3 Bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) -- 5.4 Bipolar junction transistor parameters and amplifiers -- 5.5 Field-effect transistors (FETs) -- References -- Chapter 6. Design of operation amplifiers ('op amps') -- 6.1 Structure of the op amp.

6.2 The differential-pair input stage -- 6.3 The second stage and the output stage -- 6.4 The constant-current sources -- 6.5 Common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) -- 6.6 Frequency response -- 6.7 Slew rate -- 6.8 Integrated-circuit op amps -- 6.9 Radio-frequency (r.f.) op amps -- 6.10 Video amplifiers -- References -- Chapter 7. Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Quantization -- 7.3 Sampling -- 7.4 Analog-to-digital conversion -- 7.5 Analog-to-digital converters -- 7.6 Digital-to-analog converters -- 7.7 Errors in A-D and D-A converters -- References -- Chapter 8. Audio-frequency power amplifiers -- 8.1 Requirements -- 8.2 Total harmonic distortion (THD) and Fourier analysis -- 8.3 Power amplifier architecture -- 8.4 Output stages: the double emitter-follower -- 8.5 Output stages with compound transistors ('super-β' pairs) -- 8.6 FET output stages -- References -- Chapter 9. Radio communication techniques -- 9.1 Radio communication systems -- 9.2 Turned r.f. amplifiers -- 9.3 Amplitude modulation (AM) and demodulation -- 9.4 Frequency modulation (FM) and demodulation -- 9.5 Digital modulation schemes -- 9.6 Receivers -- References -- Chapter 10. Filters -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 A simple LCR filter -- 10.3 Response types -- 10.4 Filter implementation -- 10.5 Passive filter circuits -- 10.6 Active filter analysis -- 10.7 Filter design -- 10.8 Switched capacitor filters -- References -- Chapter 11. Signal generation -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 The Barkehousen criterion for oscillation -- 11.3 Oscillator circuits -- 11.4 Phase locked loops -- 11.5 Frequency synthesis -- References -- Chapter 12. Interconnections -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Transmission lines -- 12.3 Interference and interconnections -- 12.4 Optical fibres -- References -- Chapter 13. Power supplies -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Batteries.

13.3 Mains power supplies -- 13.4 Switched-mode power supplies -- 13.5 Uniterruptible power supplies -- References -- Answers to SAQs -- Index.

The content has been carefully designed to meet the requirements of first and second year students of electronic engineering, communications engineering and telecommunications, following full honours degree programs or two-year courses including HNC/HND. A companion website includes interactive spreadsheets to download. *A completely new analog electronics textbook for the digital age *Coverage ideal for courses with a communications / wireless focus *Companion website provides interactive spreadsheets, where readers can put the book's theory into practice.

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