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Overview

Take a "breadth-first" approach to teaching electronics with a strong emphasis on design and simulation in Rashid's MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN, 3E. This book introduces general characteristics of circuits (ICs) to prepare students for circuit design and analysis techniques. More than half of the problems and examples concentrate on design and use software tools extensively. Important circuits are analyzed in worked-out examples that introduce basic techniques and emphasize the effects of parameter variations. The book then offers a more detailed study of devices and circuits and how they operate within ICs. The book's proven sequence of introducing electronic devices and circuits, then electronic circuits and applications, and finally, digital and analog integrated circuits is easily adaptable for one or two-term courses. Students apply theory to real-world design problems as they master computer simulations for testing and verifying designs.

Muhammad H. Rashid, University of West Florida

Muhammad H. Rashid is professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of West Florida, as well as the Director of the UF/UWF Joint Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Rashid received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Birmingham. Dr. Rashid is actively involved in teaching, researching, and lecturing in electronics, power electronics, and professional ethics. He has published 18 books listed in the U.S. Library of Congress and more than 160 technical papers. His books are adopted as textbooks throughout the world in a number of different languages. Dr. Rashid is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET, UK) and a Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, USA). He is the recipient of the 1991 Outstanding Engineer Award from The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the 2002 IEEE Educational Activity Award (EAB) Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education, the 2008 IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award with citation, and the IEEE 2013 Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award. Dr. Rashid is an ABET program evaluator for electrical and computer engineering. He also served as an engineering evaluator for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS, USA). He is the Series Editor of Power Electronics and Applications, and Energy Systems in Electrical Engineering with Springer Publishing. Dr. Rashid is a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Education Society and a Regional Speaker (previously Distinguished Lecturer) for the IEEE Industrial Applications Society.
  • REVISED CHAPTER INTRODUCTIONS AND OTHER LEARNING TOOLS ENHANCE STUDENT COMPREHENSION. New pedagogy throughout this edition, including Learning Levels, Review of What We Know, What We Have Learned, and Performance Parameters for each chapter, guides learners through practical applications while building upon and reinforcing key concepts.
  • NEW CHAPTER REVIEW QUESTIONS ENSURE UNDERSTANDING. Helpful Review Questions with corresponding answers enable students to check their comprehension of chapter concepts before progressing.
  • NEW CHAPTER (CH. 7) EXAMINES BIPOLAR VERSUS MOS TRANSISTORS AND AMPLIFIERS. Students study the differences, strengths and limitations of each type of transistor and amplifier.
  • NEW CHAPTER (CH. 14) INTRODUCES THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS. Students become familiar with performance parameters, the internal structure of differential amplifiers and the design of current sources before working with differential amplifiers in more detail in the following chapter.
  • NEW CHAPTER (CH. 8) PRESENTS FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF BJT AND MOSFET AMPLIFIERS. Readers examine the frequency responses of common-emitter, common-collector, common-base and multistage BJT amplifiers as well as the frequency response of common-source, common-drain and common-gate MOSFET amplifiers.
  • EXPANDED TOPICS AND EXAMPLES FURTHER CLARIFY CRUCIAL CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS. Students gain a solid understanding of semiconductors, dc and small signals models of BJTs and MOSFETs, different types of tuned amplifies Delyiannis-Friend circuit, stagger-tuned band-pass filter and Chebysshev filters, delay functions and filters, flip-flops, analog multipliers and applications, and voltage regulators.
  • INTEGRATED SOFTWARE TOOLS ENABLE BOTH ANALYSIS AND DESIGN VERIFICATIONS. These developed Mathcad files highlight worked-out calculations so students can explore the effects of design parameters.
  • COVERAGE OF PSPICE IS INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT TO DEMONSTRATE HOW THIS SPICE ANALOG CIRCUIT SIMULATION SOFTWARE FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS IS USED TODAY. Students gain a thorough introduction to the use of PSpice for testing, verification, and refinement of circuit designs. Worked-out examples and PSpice Simulation and Verifications serve as a road map for this edition's complete, effective program of learning.
  • PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD FOCUS HIGHLIGHTS MEANINGFUL APPLICATIONS AND EXAMPLES. This edition's extensive design problems draw attention to real-world issues and how to most effectively employ computer simulations for testing and verifying results.
  • "BREADTH-FIRST" APPROACH PROVIDES SOLID FOUNDATION IN MICROELECTRONICS. This effective and proven approach initially introduces your students to electronics at the circuit level before moving to the device level, which creates an understandable and flexible path for coverage of important topics.
  • EMPHASIS ON THE DESIGN PROCESS ENCOURAGES STUDENTS TO REFINE KEY SKILLS. More than half of the problems and examples in this edition concentrate on design, highlighting the computer software tools used extensively in design problems. Numerous worked-out design examples and end-of-chapter design problems clearly outline and exemplify successful design guidelines and procedures. Design Integration helps students develop the ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired ends.
1. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND DESIGN.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. History of Electronics. Electronic Systems. Electronic Signals and Notation. Classifications of Electronic Systems. Amplifier Characteristics. Amplifier Models. Classifications of Amplifiers. Cascaded Amplifiers. Frequency Specifications. PSpice/SPICE Amplifier Models. Design of Electronic Systems. Design of Electronic Circuits. Emerging Electronics. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
2. INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS AND APPLICATIONS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Characteristics of Ideal Op-Amps. Noninverting Amplifiers. Inverting Amplifiers. Difference Amplifiers. Instrumentation Amplifiers. Integrators. Differentiators. Addition–Subtraction Amplifiers. Large-Signal Operations of Op-Amps. Input Offset Voltage. Input Offset Current. Op-Amp Circuit Design. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
3. SEMICONDUCTORS AND pn JUNCTION CHARACTERISTICS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Semiconductor Materials. Doped Semiconductor Materials. Zero-Biased pn Junction. Reverse-Biased pn Junction. Forward-Biased pn Junction. Semiconductor Current Density and Conductivity. High-Frequency AC Model. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
4. SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES AND RECTIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Ideal Diodes. Practical Diodes. Modeling of Practical Diodes. Analysis of Practical Diode Circuits. Zener Diodes. Diode Rectifiers. C Filters. Diode Peak Detectors and Demodulators. Diode Clippers. Diode Clamping Circuits. Diode Voltage Multipliers. Special Types of Diodes. Power Rating. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
5. BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS AND AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Bipolar Junction Transistors. Modes of BJT Operation. Forward Mode of Operation. Base Narrowing. Physical Parameters of Saturation Current IS and Current Gain βF. Input and Output Characteristics. BJT Circuit Models. Small-Signal Analysis. The BJT Switch. DC Biasing of Bipolar Junction Transistors. Common-Emitter Amplifiers. Resistive-Biased Common-Emitter Amplifier. Active-Biased Common-Emitter Amplifier. Resistive-Biased Emitter Follower. Common-Base Amplifiers. Multistage Amplifiers. The Darlington Pair Transistor. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
6. METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Metal Oxide Field-Effect Transistors. Enhancement MOSFETs. Output Characteristics of Enhancement MOSFETs. Complementary MOS (CMOS). Depletion MOSFETs. MOSFET Amplifier. DC Models. Small-Signal Analysis. A MOSFET Switch. DC Biasing of MOSFETs. Common Source (CS) Amplifiers with Resistive Load. Common Source (CS) Amplifiers with Active Loads. Common-Drain Amplifiers. Common-Gate Amplifiers. Multistage Amplifiers. Design of MOSFET Amplifiers. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
7. BIPOLAR VERSUS MOS TRANSISTORS AND AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Frequency Model and Response of Bipolar Junction Transistors. Models and Frequency Response of MOSFETs. Comparisons of BJI and MOS Parameters. Bi-MOS Amplifiers. DC Level Shifting. DC Level Shifting Amplifiers. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
8. FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF BJT AND MOSFET AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Bode Plots. Frequency Response Methods. Low Frequency Methods. High Frequency Methods. Multistage Amplifiers. Frequency Responses of Common-Emitter BJT Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Common-Collector BJT Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Common-Base BJT Amplifiers. Multistage BJT Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Common-Source MOSFET Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Common-Drain MOSFET Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Common-Gate MOSFET Amplifiers. Designing for Frequency Response. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
9. FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Types of Feedback. Feedback Representation of Op-Amp Circuits. Characteristics of Feedback. Feedback Topologies. Analysis of Feedback Amplifiers. Series-Shunt Feedback. Series-Series Feedback. Shunt-Shunt Feedback. Shunt-Series Feedback. Feedback Circuit Design. Stability Analysis. Compensation Techniques. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
10. POWER AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Classification of Power Amplifiers. Power Transistors. Class A Amplifiers. Complementary Class B Push-Pull Amplifiers. Transformer-Coupled Load Push-Pull Amplifier. Complementary Class AB Push-Pull Amplifiers. Tuned Amplifiers. Class C Amplifiers. Class D Amplifiers. Class E Amplifiers. Short-Circuit and Thermal Protection. Power Op-Amps. Thermal Considerations. Design of Power Amplifiers. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
11. OP-AMP ACTIVE FILTERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Active versus Passive Filters. Types of Active Filters. First-Order Filters. The Biquadratic Function. Butterworth Filters. Transfer Function Realization. Low-Pass Filters. High-Pass Filters. Band-Pass Filters. Band-Reject Filters. Delyiannis-Friend Circuit. Stagger-Tuned Band-Pass Filter. Chebyshev Filters. Delay Filters. All-Pass Filters. Sensitivity. Switched-Capacitor Filters. Filter Design Guidelines. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
12. OSCILLATORS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Principles of Oscillators. Audio-Frequency Oscillators. Radio Frequency Oscillators. Crystal Oscillators. Active-Filter Tuned Oscillators. Comparisons of Oscillators. Design of Oscillators. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
13. INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL ELECTRONICS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Logic States. Logic Gates. Performance Parameters of Logic Gates. NMOS Inverters. NMOS Logic Circuits. CMOS Inverters. CMOS Logic Circuits. Comparison of CMOS and NMOS Gates. BJT Inverters. Transistor-Transistor Logic Gates. Emitter-Coupled Logic OR/NOR Gates. BiCMOS Inverters. Interfacing of Logic Gates. Comparison of Logic Gates. Flip-Flops. Design of Logic Circuits. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
14. BASIC STRUCTURE OF DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. Internal Structure of Differential Amplifiers. MOSFET Current Sources. BJT Current Sources. Design of Active Current Sources. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
15. DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Performance Parameters. MOS Differential Amplifiers. Depletion MOS Differential Amplifiers. BJT Differential Amplifiers. BiCMOS Differential Amplifiers. Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers. Analog Multipliers. Design of Differential Amplifiers. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
16. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Internal Structure of Op-Amps. Parameters and Characteristics of Practical Op-Amps. CMOS Op-Amps. BJT Op-Amps. Analysis of the LM741 Op-Amp. BiCMOS Op-Amps. Design of Op-Amps. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
17. INTEGRATED ANALOG CIRCUITS AND APPLICATIONS.
Introduction. Review of What We Know. Circuits with Op-Amps and Diodes. Comparators. Zero-Crossing Detectors. Schmitt Triggers. Square-Wave Generators. Triangular-Wave Generators. Sawtooth-Wave Generators. Voltage-Controlled Oscillators. The 555 Timer. Phase-Lock Loops. Voltage-to-Frequency and Frequency-to-Voltage Converters. Sample-and-Hold Circuits. Digital-to-Analog Converters. Analog-to-Digital Converters. Voltage Regulators. Circuit Design Using Analog Integrated Circuits. Summary of What We Have Learned. References. Review Questions and Answers. Problems.
APPENDIX A: INTRODUCTION TO OrCAD.
Introduction. Installing the Software. Overview. The Circuit Analysis Process. Drawing the Circuit. Selecting the Type of Analysis. Simulation with PSpice. Displaying the Results of a Simulation. Copying and Capturing Schematics. Varying Parameters. Frequency Response Analysis. Modeling Devices and Elements. Creating Netlists. Adding Library Files
APPENDIX B: REVIEW OF BASIC CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Kirchhoff''s Current Law. Kirchhoff''s Voltage Law. Superposition Theorem. Thevenin''s Theorem. Norton''s Theorem. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Transient Response of First-Order Circuits. Resonant Circuits. Frequency Response of First- and Second-Order Circuits. Time Constants of First-Order Circuits.
APPENDIX C: LOW FREQUENCY HYBRID BJT MODEL.
APPENDIX D: EBERS-MOLL MODEL OF BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS.
APPENDIX E: PASSIVE COMPONENTS.
APPENDIX F: DESIGN PROBLEMS.
APPENDIX G: MILLER''S CAPACITOR METHOD.

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