# Analog Circuit Design Series

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*Analog Circuit Design*is a four-volume set of books that reduce the concepts of analog electronics to their simplest, most obvious form which can easily be applied (even quantitatively) with minimal effort. The emphasis of the set is to teach through inspection how circuits work and how to apply the same techniques to circuits of the same class.

The first volume,

*Amplifier Circuits*, presents the basic principles of transistor circuit analysis, basic per-stage building blocs, and feedback. The second volume,

*Dynamic Circuit Response*extends coverage to include reactances and their time- and frequency-related behavioral consequences. The third volume

*High Performance Amplifiers*is an advanced treatment of amplifier design/analysis emphasizing both wideband and precision amplification. The fourth volume

*Signal Processing Circuits*presents a variety of analog non-amplifier circuits, including voltage references, current sources, filters, hysteresis switches and oscilloscope trigger and sweep circuitry among many more topics.

The four volumes are available for single purchase as well as this set.

**Table of Contents:**

**VOLUME 1: AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS**

1) Electronic Design

1) Electronic Design

Electronic Design

Product Development

Design-Driven Analysis

Nonlinear Circuit Analysis

**2) Amplifier Circuits**

Bipolar Junction Transistor T Model

The ï¿½ Transform

Two-Port Networks

Amplifier Configurations

The Transresistance Method

Input and Output Resistances

The Cascade Amplifier

BJT Output Resistance

The Cascode Amplifier

The Effect of Base-Emitter Shunt Resistance

The Darlington Amplifier

The Differential (Emitter-Coupled) Amplifier

Current Mirrors

Matched Transistor Buffers and Complementary Combinations

Closure

**3) Amplifier Concepts**

The Reduction Theorem

ï¿½ Transform of BJT and FET T Models

Common-Gate Amplifier with ro

Common-Source Amplifier with ro

Common-Drain Amplifier with ro

FET Cascode Amplifier with ro

Common-Base Amplifier with ro

CC and CE Amplifiers with ro

Loaded Dividers, Source Shifting and the Substitution Theorem

Closure

**4) Feedback Amplifiers**

Feedback Circuits Block Diagram

Port Resistances with Dependent Sources

General Feedback Circuit

Input Network Summing

Choosing xE, xf, and the Input Network Topology

Two-Port Equivalent Circuits

Two-Port Loading Theorem

Feedback Analysis Procedure

Noninverting Op-Amp

Inverting Op-Amp

Inverting BJT Amplifier Examples

Noninverting Feedback Amplifier Examples

A Noninverting Feedback Amplifier with Output Block FET Buffer Amplifier

Feedback Effects on Input and Output Resistance

Miller's Theorem

Noise Rejection by Feedback

Reduction of Nonlinearity with Feedback

Closure

**5) Multiple-Path Feedback Amplifiers**

Multipath Feedback Circuits

Common-Base Amplifier Feedback Analysis

Common-Emitter Amplifier Feedback Analysis

Common-Collector Amplifier Feedback Analysis

Inverting Op-Amp with Output Resistance

Feedback Analysis of the Shunt-Feedback Amplifier

Shunt-Feedback Amplifier Substitution Theorem Analysis

Idealized Shunt-Feedback Amplifier

Cascode and Differential Shunt-Feedback Amplifiers

Blackman's Resistance Formula

The Asymptotic Gain Method

Emitter-Coupled Feedback Amplifier

Emitter-Coupled Feedback Amplifier Example

Audiotape Playback Amplifier Examples

Closure

References

**VOLUME 2: DYNAMIC CIRCUIT RESPONSE**

1) Transient and Frequency Response

1) Transient and Frequency Response

Reactive Circuit Elements

First-Order Time-Domain Transient Response

Complex Poles and the Complex Frequency Domain

Second-Order Time Domain Response: RLC Circuit

Forced Response and Transfer Functions in the s-Domain

The Laplace Transform

Time-Domain Response to a Unit Step Function

Circuit Characterization in the Time Domain

The s-Plane Frequency Response of Transfer Functions

Graphical Representation of Frequency Response

Loci of Quadratic Poles

Optimization of Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Response

Reactance Chart Transfer Functions of Passive Circuits

Closure

**2) Dynamic Response Compensation**

Passive Compensation: Voltage Divider

Op-Amp Transfer Functions from Reactance Charts

Feedback Circuit Response Representation

Feedback Circuit Stability

Compensation Techniques

Compensator Design: Compensating with Zeros in H

Compensator Design: Reducing Static Loop Gain

Compensator Design: Pole Separation and Parameter Variation

Two-Pole Compensation

Output Load Isolation

Complex Pole Compensation

Compensation by the Direct (Truxalï¿½fs) Method

Power Supply Bypassing

**3) High-Frequency Impedance Transformations**

Active Device Behavior above Bandwidth

BJT High-Frequency Model

Impedance Transformations in the High-Frequency Region

Reactance Chart Representation of b-Gyrated Circuits

Reactance Chart Stability Criteria for Resonances

Emitter-Follower Reactance-Plot Stability Analysis

Emitter-Follower High-Frequency Equivalent Circuit

Emitter-Follower High-Frequency Compensation

Emitter-Follower Resonance Analysis from the Base Circuit

Emitter-Follower Compensation with a Base Series RC

BJT Amplifier with Base Inductance

The Effect of rb on Stability

Feed-Effect Transistor High-Frequency Analysis

Output Impedance of a Feedback Amplifier

Closure

References

**VOLUME 3: HIGH PERFORMANCE AMPLIFIERS**

1) Wideband Amplification

1) Wideband Amplification

Multiple-Stage Response Characteristics

Amplifier Stage Gain Optimization

Pole Determination by Circuit Inspection

Inductive Peaking

Bootstrap Speed-Up Circuit

Source-Follower Compensation

Emitter Compensation

Cascode Compensation of the Common Base Stage

Compensation Network Synthesis

Differential-Amplifier Compensation

Shunt-Feedback Amplifier Design

Shunt-Feedback Cascode & Darlington Amplifiers

Closure

**2) Precision Amplification**

Causes of Degradation in Precision

Intrinsic Noise

Extrinsic Noise: Radiation & Crosstalk

Extrinsic Noise: Conductive Interference

Differential Amplifiers

Instrumentation Amplifiers

Low-Level Amplification and Component Characteristics

Isolation Amplifiers

Autocalibration

Distortion

Transconductance Linearity of BJT Diff-Amp

BJT and FET Diff-Amp Temperature Characteristics

Thermal Distortion

Complementary Emitter-Follower Output Amplifier

Buffer Amplifier Design

**3) High-Performance Amplification**

Current-Input & Feedback Amplifiers

Split-Path, Low-Frequency Feedback and Feedbeside Amplifiers

Feedforward and Linearized Differential Cascode Amplifiers

Î±-Compensated Gain Cells

fT Multipliers

High-Performance Buffer Amplifiers

Unipolar Voltage-Translating Amplifiers

Bootstrapped Input Stages

Composite-Feedback & Large-Signal Dynamic Compensation

The Gilbert Gain Cell and Multiplier

Programmable-Gain Amplifiers

References

**VOLUME 4: WAVEFORM PROCESSING CIRCUITS**

1) Signal-Processing Circuits

1) Signal-Processing Circuits

Voltage References

Current Sources

Filters

Hysteretic Switches (Schmitt Triggers)

Discrete Logic Circuits

Clamps and Limiters

Multivibrators and Timing Circuits

Capacitance and Resistance Multipliers

Trigger Generators

Ramp and Sweep Generators

Logarithmic and Exponential Amplifiers

Function Generation

Triangle-Wave Generators

Absolute-Value (Precision Rectifier) Circuits

Peak Detectors

**2) Digitizing and Sampling Circuits**

Electrical Quantities Both Encode and Represent Information

Digital-to-Analog Converters

DAC Circuits

Parallel-Feedback ADCs

Integrating ADCs

Simple mC-Based S-D ADCs

Voltage-to-Frequency Converters

Parallel and Recursive Conversion Techniques

Time-Domain Sampling Theory

Frequency-Domain Sampling Theory

The Sampling Theorem (Nyquist Criterion)

Sampling Circuits

Switched-Capacitor Circuits

Closure

References

authors | Dennis Feucht, |
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isbn | 9781891121876 |

pages | 7" x 10" |

Publish Date | December 2010 |

publisher | SciTech Publishing |

dimensions | N/A |

covertype | Paper |

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