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Symbolic Analysis in Analog Integrated Circuit Design

Author: Henrik Floberg
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1997.
Series: Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Analog Circuits and Signal Processing, 413.
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Symbolic Analysis in Analog Integrated Circuit Design provides an introduction to computer-aided circuit analysis and presents systematic methods for solving linear (i.e. small-signal) and nonlinear circuit problems, which are illustrated by concrete examples. Computer-aided symbolic circuit analysis is useful in analog integrated circuit design. Analytic expressions for the network transfer functions contain  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henrik Floberg
ISBN: 9781461562115 1461562112
OCLC Number: 851766274
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 165 pages).
Contents: 1 Introduction --
1.1 Symbolic Analysis --
1.2 Motivation --
1.3 Book Outline --
2 Network Theory --
2.1 Transmission function --
2.2 Poles and Zeros --
2.3 Nodes and Ports --
2.4 Network Elements --
3 Symbolic Analysis --
3.1 Circuit Equations --
3.2 Symbolic Methods --
3.3 Admittance Matrix --
3.4 Network Functions --
3.5 Approximation Methods --
4 Extended Pole-Splitting --
4.1 Numerical Roots --
4.2 Approximate Symbolic Roots --
4.3 Two-Stage Operational Amplifier --
4.4 Single-Stage Operational Amplifier --
5 Compacted Nodal Analysis --
5.1 Transadmittances --
5.2 Nullor --
5.3 Network Functions Using CNA --
5.4 Block Diagram Elements --
6 Nullor Synthesis --
6.1 Two-Port Network --
6.2 Basic Negative-Feedback Configurations --
6.3 Nullor Element --
6.4 Nonideal Transistor --
6.5 Transistor Implementations of the Nullor --
6.6 Transistor Amplifiers --
6.7 Alternative Transistor Amplifiers --
7 Transistor Models --
7.1 Network Elements --
7.2 Nodal Formulation --
7.3 Nullor --
7.4 Small-Signal Transistor Models --
7.5 Approximate Symbolic Expressions --
8 Symbolic Distortion Analysis --
8.1 Nonlinear Active Networks --
8.2 Describing Functions --
8.3 Examples --
9 Switched-Capacitor Networks --
9.1 Switched Capacitor --
9.2 Equivalent Analog Circuit --
9.3 Switches and Operational Amplifiers --
9.4 Switched-Capacitor Amplifier --
9.5 Switched-Capacitor Biquad --
10 CASCA --
10.1 Language --
10.2 Circuit Description --
10.3 Graphics --
11 Conclusions --
A Determinants --
A.1 Definition --
A.2 Minors and Cofactors --
A.3 Cramer's Rule --
B Cubic Polynomial Equation --
C Describing Function Method --
C.1 Variable Notation --
C.2 Numerical Values --
D CASCA Examples --
D.1 Active RC-Filter --
D.2 Two-Stage Operational Amplifier --
D.3 SC-Biquad.
Series Title: Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Analog Circuits and Signal Processing, 413.
Responsibility: by Henrik Floberg.

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