Microelectronic Circuits, Fourth Edition is an extensive revision of the classic text by Adel S. Sedra and K. C. Smith. The primary objective of this text remains the development of the student's ability to analyze and design electronic circuits, both analog and digital, discrete and integrated. Fundamental developments in modern technology, particularly the increased emphasis on integrated circuits and the profusion of advances in digital electronics, require that engineers today be aptly equipped with knowledge of these concepts and techniques. In this edition, the authors present these concepts and techniques earlier on in the text and in greater detail than in previous editions.
A Digital Electronics Emphasis
This edition fully integrates the fundamental concepts of digital electronics into the first five chapters, and also devotes two complete chapters (13 and 14) to digital electronics at the end of the text. These provide a complete introduction to both analog and digital principles for a modern introductory course on microelectronic circuits.
The material on MOSFET has been entirely rewritten to reflect the shift toward integrated circuit technology and the vast number of changes in MOS IC design.
Device Physics...Just in Time
Sedra/Smith integrates device physics into the chapters as needed and where appropriate.
SPICE: Not just how, but why and when
SPICE has been incorporated not only at the end of the appropriate device chapters, but also at the end of most chapters throughout the text.
A Complete Support Package
New CD! Now with KC's Problems and Solutions, which contains 600 problems and solutions for student practice. Also includes Interactive Examples, EDN Design Ideas, and Electronics Workbench Multisim 6, with 30 demo circuits and 100 additional circuits for use with the full or student versions. The CD runs on Windows with minimal memory requirements.
** World Wide Web site http://www.sedrasmith.org with: * SPICE Models * Component Data Sheets * Worked examples with problem-solving hints * Free, downloadable circuits that use Electronics Workbench * Links to industry and academic sites of related interest
** SPICE, 2/e by Gordon Roberts and Adel Sedra (0-19-510842-6)
** Instructor's Manual with Transparency Masters (0-19-511769-7)
** Two-color Transparency Masters of 200 selected figures from the text (0-19-511770-0)
** KC's Problems and Solutions for Microelectronic Circuits, 4/e, by KC Smith (0-19-511771-9)
** Laboratory Explorations for Microelectronic Circuits, 4/e, by KC Smith (0-19-511772-7)
** PowerPoint Overheads available on CD-ROM (0-19-513980-1)and online at www.sedrasmith.org
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Adel S. Sedra, Vice President and Provost and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto. K. C. Smith, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and University of Toronto.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1997. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface1. Introduction to ElectronicsIntroduction1.1. Signals1.2. Frequency Spectrum of Signals1.3. Analog and Digital Signals1.4. Amplifiers1.5. Circuit Models for Amplifiers1.6. Frequency Response of Amplifiers1.7. The Digital Logic InverterSummaryBibliographyProblemsPart I: Devices and Basic Circuits2. Operational AmplifiersIntroduction2.1. The Op-Amp Terminals2.2. The Ideal Op Amp2.3. Analysis of Circuits Containing Ideal Op Amps -- The InvertingConfiguration2.4. Other Applications of the Inverting Configuration2.5. The Noninverting Configuration2.6. Examples of Op-Amp Circuits2.7. Effect of Finite Open-Loop Gain and Bandwidth on Circuit Performance2.8. Large-Signal Operation of Op Amps2.9. DC ImperfectionsSummaryBibliographyProblems3. DiodesIntroduction3.1. The Ideal Diode3.2. Terminal Characteristics of Junction Diodes3.3. Physical Operation of Diodes3.4. Analysis of Diode Circuits3.5. The Small-Signal Model and Its Application3.6. Operation in the Reverse Breakdown Region -- Zener Diodes3.7. Recitifier Circuits3.8. Limiting and Clamping Circuits3.9. Special Diode Types3.10. The SPICE Diode Model and Simulation ExamplesSummaryBibliographyProblems4. Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)4.1. Physical Structure and Modes of Operation4.2. Operation of the npn Transistor in the Active Mode4.3. The pnp Transistor4.4. Circuit Symbols and Conventions4.5. Graphical Representation of Transistor Characteristics4.6. Analysis of Transistor Circuits at DC4.7. The Transistor as an Amplifier4.8. Small-Signal Equivalent Circuit Models4.9. Graphical Analysis4.10. Biasing the BJT for Discrete-Circuit Design4.11. Basic Single-Stage BJT Amplifier Configuration4.12. The Transistor as a Switch -- Cutoff and Saturation4.13. A General Large-Signal Model for the BJT: The Ebers-Moll (EM) Model4.14. The Basic BJT Logic Inverter4.15. Complete Static Characteristics, Internal Capacitances, and Second-OrderEffects4.16. The SPICE BJT Model and Simulation ExamplesSummaryBibliographyProblems5. Field-Effect Transistors (FETs)Introduction5.1. Structure and Physical Operation of the Enhancement-Type MOSFET5.2. Current-Voltage Characteristics of the Enhancement MOSFET5.3. The Deletion-Type MOSFET5.4. MOSFET Circuits at DC5.5. The MOSFET as an Amplifier5.6. Biasing in MOS Amplifier Circuits5.7. Basic Configurations of Single-Stage IC MOS Amplifiers5.8. The CMOS Digital Logic Inverter5.9. The MOSFET as an Analog Swiitch5.10. The MOSFET Internal Capacitances and High-Frequency Model5.11. The Junction Field-Effect Transistor5.12. Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) Devices - The MESFET5.13. The SPICE MOSFET Model and Simulation ExamplesSummaryBibliographyProblemsPart II: Analog Circuits6. Differential and Multistage AmplifiersIntroduction6.1. The BJT Differential Pair6.2. Small-Signal Operation of the BJT Differential Amplifier6.3. Other Nonideal Characteristics of the Differential Amplifier6.4. Biasing in BJT Integrated Circuits6.5. The BJT Differential Amplifier with Active Load6.6. MOS Differential Amplifiers6.7. BiCMOS Amplifiers6.8. GaAs Amplifiers6.9. Multistage Amplifiers6.10. SPICE Simulation ExampleSummaryBibliographyProblems7. Frequency ResponseIntroduction7.1. s-Domain Analysis: Poles, Zeros, and Bode Plots7.2. The Amplifier Transfer Function7.3. Low-Frequency Response of the Common-Source and Common-Emitter Amplifiers7.4. High-Frequency Response of the Common-Source and Common-Emitter Amplifiers7.5. The Common-Base, Common-Gate, and Cascode Configurations7.6. Frequency Response of the Emitter and Source Followers7.7. The Common-Collector Common Emitter Cascade7.8. Frequency Response of the Differential Amplifier7.9. SPICE Simulation ExamplesSummaryBibliographyProblems8. Feedback8.1. The General Feedback Structure8.2. Some Properties of Negative Feedback8.3. The Four Basic Feedback Topologies8.4. The Series-Shunt Feedback Amplifier8.5. The Series-Series Feedback Amplifier8.6. The Shunt-Shunt. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0195116631
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