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Electronic Devices: A Systems Approach, CourseSmart eTextbook

By Thomas L. Floyd

Published by Prentice Hall

Published Date: Oct 9, 2012

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For courses in Electronics and Electricity Technology

 

Analog Fundamentals: A Systems Approach provides unique coverage of analog devices and circuits with a systems emphasis. Discrete linear devices, operational amplifiers, and other linear integrated circuits, are all covered with less emphasis on the individual device, and more discussion on how these devices are incorporated into larger circuits and systems.

Table of Contents

1 ¿ BASIC ANALOG CONCEPTS

1—1 Analog Electronics

1—2 Analog Signals

1—3 Signal Sources

1—4 Amplifiers

1—5 Troubleshooting

 

2 ¿ DIODES AND APPLICATIONS

2—1 The Atomic Structure of Semiconductors

2—2 The PN Junction

2—3 Biasing the Semiconductor Diode

2—4 Diode Characteristics

2—5 Rectifiers

2—6 Rectifier Filters and IC Regulators

2—7 Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuits

2—8 Special-Purpose Diodes

2—9 The Diode Data Sheet

2—10 Troubleshooting

 

3 ¿ BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS (BJTs)

3—1 Structure of Bipolar Junction Transistors

3—2 BJT Bias Circuits

3—3 Data Sheet Parameters and AC Considerations

3—4 Common-Emitter Amplifiers

3—5 Common-Collector Amplifiers

3—6 Common-Base Amplifiers

3—7 The Bipolar Transistor as a Switch

3—8 Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification

3—9 Troubleshooting

 

4 ¿ FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS (FETs)

4—1 Structure of Field-Effect Transistors

4—2 JFET Characteristics

4—3 JFET Biasing

4—4 MOSFET Characteristics

4—5 MOSFET Biasing

4—6 FET Linear Amplifiers

4—7 MOSFET Switching Circuits

4-8 A System

 

5 ¿ MULTISTAGE, RF, AND POWER AMPLIFIERS

5—1 Capacitively Coupled Amplifiers

5—2 RF Amplifiers

5—3 Transformer-Coupled Amplifiers

5—4 Direct-Coupled Amplifiers

5—5 Class A Power Amplifiers

5—6 Class B Power Amplifiers

5—7 Class C and Class D Power Amplifiers

5—8 IC Power Amplifiers

 

6 ¿ OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

6—1 Introduction to Operational Amplifiers

6—2 The Differential Amplifier

6—3 Op-Amp Data Sheet Parameters

6—4 Negative Feedback

6—5 Op-Amp Configurations with Negative Feedback

6—6 Op-Amp Impedances and Noise

6—7 Troubleshooting

 

7 ¿ OP-AMP RESPONSES

7—1 Basic Concepts

7—2 Op-Amp Open-Loop Response

7—3 Op-Amp Closed-Loop Response

7—4 Positive Feedback and Stability

7—5 Op-Amp Compensation

 

8 ¿ BASIC OP-AMP CIRCUITS

8—1 Comparators

8—2 Summing Amplifiers

8—3 Integrators and Differentiators

8—4 Converters and Other Op-Amp Circuits

8—5 Troubleshooting

 

9 ¿ ACTIVE FILTERS

9—1 Basic Filter Responses

9—2 Filter Response Characteristics

9—3 Active Low-Pass Filters

9—4 Active High-Pass Filters

9—5 Active Band-Pass Filters

9—6 Active Band-Stop Filters

9—7 Filter Response Measurements

 

10 ¿ OSCILLATORS AND TIMERS

10—1 The Oscillator

10—2 Feedback Oscillator Principles

10—3 Sinusoidal Oscillators with RC Feedback Circuits

10-4 Oscillators with LC Feedback Circuits

10—5 Relaxation Oscillator Principles

10—6 The 555 Timer as an Oscillator

10—7 The 555 Timer as a One-Shot

 

11 ¿ VOLTAGE REGULATORS

11—1 Voltage Regulation

11—2 Basic Series Regulators

11—3 Basic Shunt Regulators

11—4 Basic Switching Regulators

11—5 Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators

11—6 Applications of IC Voltage Regulators

 

12 ¿ SPECIAL-PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS

12—1 Instrumentation Amplifiers

12—2 Isolation Amplifiers

12—3 Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (OTAs)

12—4 Log and Antilog Amplifiers

 

13 ¿ COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUITS

13—1 Basic Receivers

13—2 The Linear Multiplier

13—3 Amplitude Modulation

13—4 The Mixer

13—5 AM Demodulation

13—6 IF and Audio Amplifiers

13—7 Frequency Modulation

13—8 The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL)

13—9 Fiber Optics

 

14 ¿ DATA CONVERSION

14—1 Analog Switches

14—2 Sample-and-Hold Amplifiers

14—3 Interfacing the Analog and Digital Worlds

14—4 Digital-to-Analog (D/A) Conversion

14—5 Basic Concepts of Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Conversion

14—6 Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Conversion Methods

14—7 Voltage-to-Frequency (V/F) and Frequency-to-Voltage (F/V) Converters

14—8 Troubleshooting

 

 

15 ¿ MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

15—1 RMS-to-DC Converters

15—2 Angle Measurement 

15—3 Temperature Measurement 

15—4 Strain Measurement, Pressure Measurement, and Motion Measurement

15—5 Power Control

 

APPENDIX A

DERIVATIONS OF SELECTED EQUATIONS

ANSWERS TO ODD-NUMBERED PROBLEMS

GLOSSARY

INDEX

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