Linear Integrated Circuits Analysis Design & Applications by B. Somanathan Nair
The new precise text from Wiley India deals with the theory, analysis, practical design, and applications of Bipolar and CMOS linear integrated circuits. It is written to cater the needs of sophomore and junior students of undergraduate programs in engineering, specifically in the areas of Electronics and Communication, Applied Electronics, Instrumentation, Biomedical, Electrical, Computer Science and Engineering, and Information Technology. It can also be used for students of undergraduate and graduate programs in the Applied-Sciences Category, especially, Electronics, Computer Science, Information Technology, and Physics.Special Features • Explanation of theories involved in each case in a simple and clear manner. • Explanations based on fundamental circuit theory. • Theory followed by analysis. • Step-by-step practical designs are given wherever needed. • Practical solutions to problems. • Numerical problems and solutions in all cases. • Excellent study text for beginners and experienced engineers. • Three-dimensional illustrations. • A major feature of the text is the step-by-step design procedure of opamp circuits which renders a great help in practical design problems. Table of Content · Direct-Coupled and Differential Ampli?ers · Operational Ampli?ers · Sinusoidal Oscillators · Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators · Active Filters · Switched-Capacitor Filters · Digital-to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital Converters · Voltage Regulators · Special-Purpose Integrated circuits · Complementary MOS ICs · Integrated-Circuit Fabrication
Two appendices (A and B) cover: A (Linear ICs) provides the classification of integration levels, types of linear-IC packages, basic temperature grades in which ICs are manufactured, designation of operational amplifiers, representation of IC manufacturing companies, identification of devices and manufacturing company and B (Some special circuits)- cover generalized impedance converter, negative-impedance converter (NIC), precision full wave rectifier, absolute-value output circuit, analog multiplier, applications of phase-locked loop (PLL).
About The Author
Prof. B. Somanathan Nair is currently working as a visiting professor in the Department of Optoelectronics, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram. Formerly, he was the Principal of Government Engineering Colleges at Idukki and Kottayam. He was also the Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in the Government Engineering Colleges at Thiruvanthapuram and Kannur, and was the Joint Director of Technical Education, Kerala. He was the first Controller of Examinations, Kannur University. He has also acted as a member of the Faculty, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho, USA. He was a member of the Syndicate, Senate, and Academic Council of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. Professor Nair has a teaching experience of more than 38 years and is the author of 14 textbooks in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
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