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2 edition of Integrated circuits for linear applications. found in the catalog.

Integrated circuits for linear applications.

RCA Solid State.

Integrated circuits for linear applications.

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Published by RCA Solid State in Somerville, N.J .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Seriesdatabook series -- SSD-240C.
The Physical Object
Pagination1114p. ;
Number of Pages1114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14246666M

Since new devices constantly appear on the market and existing ones quickly become obsolete, we study only a few devices in detail. Chapter 8 is devoted to active filters, with emphasis on the widely used Butterworth function for low-pass filters and the standard resonance characteristic for band-pass filters. The IC circuits considered are the timer and the function generator chip. Chapters 3 and 4 are devoted to the practical limitations of realistic operational amplifiers and the associated effects on operating performance. Some examples of long-lived and well-known analog chips are the Operational Amplifierand the timer IC.

Rectifier, diode, and power supply circuits form the basis for Chapter 9. Chapter 2 begins the analysis and design of operational amplifier circuits using ideal model assumptions. The book continues to develop the theme of op-amps over several chapters and then switches to non-op-amp forms. He has written over 25 books and regularly contributes to electronics magazines. The last portion of the chapter deals with the statevariable filter, for which low-pass, band-pass, high-pass, and band-rejection filters can be realized. Chapter 5 considers additional linear applications, including frequency-dependent circuits such as integrators, differentiators, and phase shift networks.

After completing this chapter, the student should be able to design and implement a variety of practical active filters. Calculus is used where appropriate, but virtually all results and design approaches can be understood without calculus. The last portion of the chapter deals with the statevariable filter, for which low-pass, band-pass, high-pass, and band-rejection filters can be realized. Chapter 3 emphasizes do effects, including the effects of finite gain, finite input impedance, nonzero output impedance, input offset voltage, and input bias currents.


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Integrated circuits for linear applications. book

Description[ edit ] The voltage and current at specified points in the circuits of analog chips vary continuously over time. This is known as mixed signal processing and allows a designer to incorporate more functions in the chip.

In addition to transistorsanalog chips often include a larger number of passive elements capacitorsresistorsand inductors than digital chips. This establishes a foundation for understanding new developments as they arise.

Calculus is used in certain sections of the text, but for the most part, its use is kept to a minimum. Chapter 4 emphasizes ac effects, that is, those effects that are frequency dependent. Practical primer in linear IC technology Subject often overlooked in traditional digital-biased courses Provides students with complete coverage of op amps, and other devices.

Power supply chips are also considered to be analog chips. Chapter 5 considers additional linear applications, including frequency-dependent circuits such as integrators, differentiators, and phase shift networks. The book continues to develop the theme of op-amps over several chapters and then switches to non-op-amp forms.

After completing this chapter, the student should be able to design and implement a variety of practical active filters. The IC circuits considered are the timer and the function generator chip. Precision rectifier, holding, and limiting circuits are covered in the first part of the chapter, and the latter part of the chapter is devoted to power supply circuits.

Their main purpose is to produce a well-regulated output voltage supply for other chips in the system. From chapter 2 onwards there is thorough coverage of the operational amplifier - perhaps the most common of all linear IC devices.

This book is written for a wide readership from FE and first degree students, to hobbyists and professionals.

Along with the use of general purpose op-amps, a representative dedicated IC comparator LM will be considered.

Chapter 8 is devoted to active filters, with emphasis on the widely used Butterworth function for low-pass filters and the standard resonance characteristic for band-pass filters.

Fiore My name is Jim and I'm the resident dissident, programmer and author. The Barkhausen criterion is introduced, and the Wien bridge and phase shift oscillators are included.

Analog chips may also contain digital logic elements to replace some analog functions, or to allow the chip to communicate with a microprocessor. Joseph J.

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Some examples of long-lived and well-known analog chips are the Operational Amplifierand the timer IC. While the reader will not be able to see all the limitations of the circuits at this point, actual workable designs can be produced almost immediately from the information in this chapter, including amplifiers of various types, current sources, summing circuits, and various other applications.

Linear Integrated Circuits provides in-depth coverage of the devices and their operation, but not at the expense of practical applications in which linear devices figure prominently. I've been a college professor for many years teaching in the areas of electrical engineering technology, computer programming and the science of sound.

About the Contributors Author James M. The development of the voltage regulator concept is included with this material.The book describes the typical characteristics of the op-amp (with open-loop voltage gain, input impedance) and the variety of ways where it can be used in basic linear amplifier applications.

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