K. Ogata, State Spece Analysis of Control Systems, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1967. 4. L. A. Zadeh and C. A. Desoer, Linear System Theory, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1963. 5. R. A. Rohrer, Circuit Theory: An Introduction to the.

Author: Nobuo Nagai

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000147452

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 456

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This book documents the significant progress in studies concerning linear circuits and systems, including their applications to digital filters, in Japan. It considers rational approximations in circuit and system theory and deals with the digital lattice filters used in digital signal processing.

in Eqs. (7–3) and (7–6) describe general RC and RL circuits shown in Figure 7–2. Any circuit containing a single uncombinable capacitor or inductor and linear resistors and sources is a first-order circuit.

Author: Roland E. Thomas

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119723424

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1040

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While most texts focus on how and why electric circuits work, The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits taps into engineering students’ desire to explore, create, and put their learning into practice. Students from across disciplines will gain a practical, in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles underlying so much of modern, everyday technology. Early focus on the analysis, design, and evaluation of electric circuits promotes the development of design intuition by allowing students to test their designs in the context of real-world constraints and practical situations. This updated Ninth Edition features an emphasis on the use of computer software, including Excel, MATLAB, and Multisim, building a real-world problem-solving style that reflects that of practicing engineers. Software skills are integrated with examples and exercises throughout the text, and coverage of circuit design and evaluation, frequency response, mutual inductance, ac power circuits, and other central topics has been revised for clarity and ease of understanding. With an overarching goal of instilling smart judgement surrounding design problems and innovative solutions, this unique text provides inspiration and motivation alongside an essential knowledge base.

Early introduction to circuit design motivates the student to create circuit solutions and optimize designs based on real-world constraints. This text is an unbound, three hole punched version.

Author: Roland E. Thomas

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119235385

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 912

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The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 8th Edition provides an introduction to the analysis, design, and evaluation of electric circuits, focusing on developing the learners design intuition. The text emphasizes the use of computers to assist in design and evaluation. Early introduction to circuit design motivates the student to create circuit solutions and optimize designs based on real-world constraints. This text is an unbound, three hole punched version.

Improving upon its widely-acclaimed design coverage, the second edition of this text provides even greater design emphasis, with new open-ended design problems and a focus on evaluating design alternatives.

Author: Roland E. Thomas

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105024185139

Category: Computers

Page: 966

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Improving upon its widely-acclaimed design coverage, the second edition of this text provides even greater design emphasis, with new open-ended design problems and a focus on evaluating design alternatives. Innovative pedagogy helps readers comprehend the basics; synthesize concepts from multiple chapter topics; design and evaluate circuit stages (or building blocks); and ultimately, design and evaluate complete circuits by integrating the concepts learned throughout the chapters.

One of the simpler tasks for SPICE is performing DC analysis on Linear circuits. Only two of the blocks are actually needed: Load the Nodal Matrix (3) and solve the Nodal Equations (4) using Gaussian Elimination in the SPICE algorithm.

Author: S. Salivahanan

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 9789353160494

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 762

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We are excited to present the third edition of Linear Integrated Circuits by renowned authors. The revised edition continues with its essence of dealing with ICs in detail including theoretical, analytical and application aspects. The learning outcomes-based style of content delivery provides the undergraduate engineering students a thorough understanding of the concepts and induces further exploration into the topics. The book will be a useful reference to GATE, UPSC and other competitive examinations aspirants.

In the first part of this chapter we will introduce linear circuits and reduce them with techniques which have already been discussed in Chapter 2. Next we will study two more linear circuits and implement the direct approach with ...

Author: Kasra Mohaghegh

Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH

ISBN: 9783832527112

Category: Mathematics

Page: 104

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Increasing complexity combined with decreasing geometrical sizes in electric circuit design lead to high dimensional dynamical models to be considered by EDA tools. Model order reduction (MOR) has become a popular strategy to decrease the problem's size while preserving its crucial properties. MOR shall achieve accurate statements on a circuit's behavior within an affordable amount of computational time. Just recently, MOR techniques are designed to consider the differential algebraic nature of the underlying models. We present an approach based on an e-embedding, i.e., a strategy applied in the construction of numerical integration schemes for differential algebraic equations (DAEs). The system of DAEs is transformed into an artificial system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs), since MOR schemes for ODEs can be applied now. We construct, analyze and test different strategies with respect to the usage of the parameter e that transforms the DAEs into ODEs. Moreover, accurate mathematical models for MOS-devices introduce highly nonlinear equations. As the packing density of devices is growing in circuit design, huge nonlinear systems appear in practice. It follows an increasing demand for reduced order modeling of nonlinear problems. In the thesis, we also review the status of existing techniques for nonlinear MOR by investigating the performance of the schemes applied in circuit simulation.

Highlights of the Fifth Edition More than 70% of the homework problems are new or revised. This edition also features new design and new evaluation problems in appropriate chapters.

Author: Roland E. Thomas

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: STANFORD:36105120950501

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 832

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Engineers searching for an accessible introduction to resistance circuits will benefit from this book that emphasizes the early development of engineering judgment. The new sixth edition takes them beyond simply analyzing circuits, and helps them develop the skills needed to solve problems, design practical alternatives, and choose the best design from several competing solutions. It presents new design problems and unique evaluation problems. The book’s abundance of realistic examples, exercises, problems, applications, and other pedagogical tools such as clearly defined objectives build confidence and judgment. Engineers will gain an understanding of early circuit analysis, early circuit design, early circuit evaluation.

Piecewise-Linear. Circuits. and. PiecewiseLinear. Analysis. Joos. Vandewalle. Catholic University Of Leuven 11.1 Introduction and Motivation 11.2 Hierarchy of Piecewise-Linear Models and Their Representations 11.3 Piecewise-Linear ...

Author: Wai-Kai Chen

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351835053

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 466

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Upon its initial publication, the Handbook of Circuits and Filters broke new ground. It quickly became the resource for comprehensive coverage of issues and practical information that can be put to immediate use. Not content to rest on his laurels, editor Wai-kai Chen divided the second edition into volumes, making the information easily accessible and digestible. In the third edition, these volumes have been revised, updated, and expanded so that they continue to provide solid coverage of standard practices and enlightened perspectives on new and emerging techniques. Feedback, Nonlinear, and Distributed Circuits draws together international contributors who discuss feedback amplifier theory and then move on to explore feedback amplifier configurations. They develop Bode’s feedback theory as an example of general feedback theory. The coverage then moves on to the importance of complementing numerical analysis with qualitative analysis to get a global picture of a circuit’s performance. After reviewing a wide range of approximation techniques and circuit design styles for discreet and monolithic circuits, the book presents a comprehensive description of the use of piecewise-linear methods in modeling, analysis, and structural properties of nonlinear circuits highlighting the advantages. It describes the circuit modeling in the frequency domain of uniform MTL based on the Telegrapher’s equations and covers frequency and time domain experimental characterization techniques for uniform and nonuniform multiconductor structures. This volume will undoubtedly take its place as the engineer's first choice in looking for solutions to problems encountered in the analysis and behavior predictions of circuits and filters.

integrated circuits , " IEEE Trans . Nucl . Sci . , vol . 34 , pp . 1474-1480 , 1987 . A. H. Johnston , G. M. Swift , and B. G. Rax , " Total dose effects in conventional bipolar transistors and linear integrated circuits , " IEEE Trans ...

Author: Dan M. Fleetwood

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9812794700

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 349

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This book provides a detailed treatment of radiation effects in electronic devices, including effects at the material, device, and circuit levels. The emphasis is on transient effects caused by single ionizing particles (single-event effects and soft errors) and effects produced by the cumulative energy deposited by the radiation (total ionizing dose effects). Bipolar (Si and SiGe), metalOCooxideOCosemiconductor (MOS), and compound semiconductor technologies are discussed. In addition to considering the specific issues associated with high-performance devices and technologies, the book includes the background material necessary for understanding radiation effects at a more general level. Contents: Single Event Effects in Avionics and on the Ground (E Normand); Soft Errors in Commercial Integrated Circuits (R C Baumann); System Level Single Event Upset Mitigation Strategies (W F Heidergott); Space Radiation Effects in Optocouplers (R A Reed et al.); The Effects of Space Radiation Exposure on Power MOSFETs: A Review (K Shenai et al.); Total Dose Effects in Linear Bipolar Integrated Circuits (H J Barnaby); Hardness Assurance for Commercial Microelectronics (R L Pease); Switching Oxide Traps (T R Oldham); Online and Realtime Dosimetry Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence (L Dusseau & J Gasiot); and other articles. Readership: Practitioners, researchers, managers and graduate students in electrical and electronic engineering, semiconductor science and technology, and microelectronics."

Linear circuits also benefit from the stable offset voltages afforded by silicon gates . A second polysilicon layer adds wiring channels and capacitors . The LinCMOS structure ( Fig . 2.2 ) uses n - MOS devices in a p - type substrate ...

Throughout the text, the authors maintain a steady focus circuit design and include a greatly revised set of design examples, exercises, and homework problems. * Master the most modern software tools.

Author: Roland E. Thomas

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105028490097

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 832

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Learn Linear Circuits by Actually Designing Them! With more examples, problems, applications, and tools, the Third Edition of Thomas and Rosa's The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits presents an effective learn-by-doing approach to linear circuits. The authors not only discuss Laplace transforms, new passive and active elements, time-varying circuits, and fundamental analysis and design concepts, they also provide valuable skill-building exercises and tools. Here's how Thomas and Rosa's learn-by-doing approach works: * Apply concepts to practical problems. Throughout the text, the authors maintain a steady focus circuit design and include a greatly revised set of design examples, exercises, and homework problems. * Master the most modern software tools. The new edition now covers five of today's most widely used programs: Excel (r), Matlab(r), Electronics Workbench(r), and PSpice(r). * Explore real-world applications. The Third Edition now features many new real-world applications that are especially relevant to computer engineering, instrumentation, electronics, and signals. * Build circuits you can use. The text's early coverage of the Ideal Op-Amp will help readers design practical interface circuits, instrumentation systems, and cascade filters. * Evaluate competing designs. Thomas and Rosa show how to evaluate and select the best design from several correct approaches. * Develop circuit analysis and design skills. The text provides many opportunities to apply Laplace and related tools such as pole-zero diagrams, Bode diagrams, and Fourier series. This constant exposure to analysis and design tools will build practical skills.

LINEAR. CIRCUITS. This chapter introduces an efficient and accurate numerical integration algorithm called ... Section 2 is concerned with inconsistent initial conditions encountered in periodically switched linear circuits and the ...

Author: Fei Yuan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402079238

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 352

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Computer Methods for Analysis of Mixed-Mode Switching Circuits provides an in-depth treatment of the principles and implementation details of computer methods and numerical algorithms for analysis of mixed-mode switching circuits. Major topics include: -Computer-oriented formulation of mixed-mode switching circuits, -Network functions of linear and nonlinear time-varying systems, -Numerical Laplace inversion based integration algorithms and inconsistent initial conditions, -Time domain analysis of periodically switched linear and nonlinear circuits including response, sensitivity, noise, clock jitter, and statistical quantities, -Time domain analysis of circuits with internally controlled switches and over-sampled sigma-delta modulators, -Tellegen's theorem, frequency reversal theorem, and transfer function theorem of periodically switched linear circuits and their applications, -Frequency domain analysis of periodically switched linear and nonlinear circuits including response, sensitivity, group delay, noise, and statistical quantities.

Noise analysis is not trivial due to the non - linear nature of the devices employed . Even for externally - linear circuits , the exponential device characteristics give rise to intermodulation between signals and noise .

Author: Jan Mulder

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792383559

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 273

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Dynamic Translinear and Log-Domain Circuits: Analysis and Synthesis covers both the analysis and synthesis of translinear circuits. The theory is presented using one unifying framework for both static and dynamic translinear networks, which is based on a current-mode approach. General analysis methods are presented, including the large-signal and non-stationary analysis of noise. A well-structured synthesis method is described greatly enhancing the designability of log-domain and translinear circuits. Comparisons are made with respect to alternative analysis and synthesis methods presented in the literature. The theory is illustrated and verified by various examples and realizations.

Offset Null Circuit Again, the intent of the preceding is not to create a designer but to introduce the student to the ... As will be seen in subsequent chapters most linear circuit design will follow this example of requiring minimal ...

Unlike linear ones, a nonlinear circuit may admit multiple solutions. Only one of them is used under normal operation. When an element is at fault, it may trigger this normal solution to some other abnormal solution.

Author: Ruey-wen Liu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461597476

Category: Computers

Page: 284

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IS THE TOPIC ANALOG TESTING AND DIAGNOSIS TIMELY? Yes, indeed it is. Testing and Diagnosis is an important topic and fulfills a vital need for the electronic industry. The testing and diagnosis of digital electronic circuits has been successfuIly developed to the point that it can be automated. Unfortu nately, its development for analog electronic circuits is still in its Stone Age. The engineer's intuition is still the most powerful tool used in the industry! There are two reasons for this. One is that there has been no pressing need from the industry. Analog circuits are usuaIly small in size. Sometimes, the engineer's experience and intuition are sufficient to fulfill the need. The other reason is that there are no breakthrough results from academic re search to provide the industry with critical ideas to develop tools. This is not because of a lack of effort. Both academic and industrial research groups have made major efforts to look into this problem. Unfortunately, the prob lem for analog circuits is fundamentally different from and much more diffi cult than its counterpart for digital circuits. These efforts have led to some important findings, but are still not at the point of being practicaIly useful. However, these situations are now changing. The current trend for the design of VLSI chips is to use analog/digital hybrid circuits, instead of digital circuits from the past. Therefore, even Ix x Preface though the analog circuit may be small, the total circuit under testing is large.

Linear - vs - non - linear mixers The word ' mixer ' is used to denote both linear and non - linear circuits . This situation is unfortunate because only the non - linear is appropriate for the RF mixer applications listed above .

Author: Joe Carr

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 0750648449

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 398

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Foreword; Preface; Introduction to radio frequencies; Signals and noise; Radio receivers; RF amplifiers; Mixers; Oscillators; IF amplifiers and filters; Demodulators; Capacitors; Inductors; Tuning and matching; Splitters and hybrids; Monolithic microwave integrated circuits; Measuring inductors and capacitors; RF power measurement; Filtering against EMI/RFI; Noise cancellation bridges; Bibliography; Index.

Most of the active circuits with semiconductor devices that we come across in electronic engineering are linear circuits or can be approximated as linear circuits without much loss of accuracy . Once the circuit is represented by its ...