Applied Electronic Design

This text provides very practical material that is unavailable from any other single source. "Applied Electronic Design" will be an invaluable tool for preparing students for future employment.

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Author: D. Joseph Stadtmiller

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: UVA:X004637061

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 434

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General in nature, "Applied Electronic Design" covers various design projects in the areas of analog electronics, digital electronics, and telecommunications. The text applies the theoretical information taught during the first two years of most electronics technology/electrical engineering technology programs and examines the design process as it relates to many common electric circuits. Topics include the design process from inception to completion, creativity, circuit board layout, and testing. This text provides very practical material that is unavailable from any other single source. "Applied Electronic Design" will be an invaluable tool for preparing students for future employment.

Microelectronics

This book serves as a practical guide for practicing engineers who need to design analog circuits for microelectronics.

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Author: Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319225456

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 100

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This book serves as a practical guide for practicing engineers who need to design analog circuits for microelectronics. Readers will develop a comprehensive understanding of the basic techniques of analog modern electronic circuit design, discrete and integrated, application as sensors and control and data acquisition systems,and techniques of PCB design. · Describes fundamentals of microelectronics design in an accessible manner; · Takes a problem-solving approach to the topic, offering a hands-on guide for practicing engineers; · Provides realistic examples to inspire a thorough understanding of system-level issues, before going into the detail of components and devices; · Uses a new approach and provides several skills that help engineers and designers retain key and advanced concepts.

Applied Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement

This book covers principles of measurement, instruments, and instrumentation...a systems viewpoint, and covers the analysis of measurement problems associated with systems.

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Author: David Buchla

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: UOM:39015022236452

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 830

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This book covers principles of measurement, instruments, and instrumentation...a systems viewpoint, and covers the analysis of measurement problems associated with systems.

The Electronic Design Automation Handbook

Our personal experience from student and industry-projects ensures authenticity. The practical and theoretical experience from our projects has been used in the basis of this handbook.

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Author: Dirk Jansen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402075022

Category: Computers

Page: 675

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The Electronic Design Automation Handbook carefully details design tools and techniques for high performance ASIC-design. It shows the best practices for creating reusable designs in an SoC design methodology. The Electronic Design Automation Handbook was developed by colleagues from the Universities of Applied Sciences, Germany, who are engaged in the design of integrated electronics in education and research and which form the MPC Group of the Universities of Applied Sciences of Baden-Württemberg /Germany. MPC works as network of partners to industry and is able, due to the wide varying experiences of the institutes involved, to cover the entire range of the modern day circuit design. Each year more than 600 students are educated in the laboratories of MPC-members. Our personal experience from student and industry-projects ensures authenticity. The practical and theoretical experience from our projects has been used in the basis of this handbook.

Applied Electronics

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Author: John Franklin Pierce

Publisher: Merrill Publishing Company

ISBN: CORNELL:31924004112326

Category: Electronic circuit design

Page: 688

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Advanced Electronic Circuit Design

This new text covers more advanced topics such as oscillators, power stages, digital/analog converters, and communications circuits such as mixers, and detectors. The text also includes technologies that are emerging.

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Author: David J. Comer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X004688600

Category: Science

Page: 506

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Description: Building on Fundamentals of Electronics Circuit Design, David and Donald Comer?s new text, Advanced Electronic Circuit Design, extends their highly focused, applied approach into the second and third semesters of the electronic circuit design sequence. This new text covers more advanced topics such as oscillators, power stages, digital/analog converters, and communications circuits such as mixers, and detectors. The text also includes technologies that are emerging. Advanced Electronic Circuit Design focuses exclusively on MOSFET and BJT circuits, allowing students to explore the fundamental methods of electronic circuit analysis and design in greater depth. Each type of circuit is first introduced without reference to the type of device used for implementation. This initial discussion of general principles establishes a firm foundation on which to proceed to circuits using the actual devices. Features: 1. Provides concise coverage of several important electronic circuits that are not covered in a fundamentals textbook. 2. Focuses on MOSFET and BJT circuits, rather than offering exhaustive coverage of a wide range of devices and circuits. 3. Includes an Important Concepts summary at the beginning of each section that direct the reader?s attention to these key points. 4. Includes several Practical Considerations sections that relate developed theory to practical circuits. Instructor Supplements: ISBN SUPPLEMENT DESCRIPTION Online Solutions Manual Brief Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Fundamental Power Amplifier Stages 3. Advanced Power Amplification 4. Wideband Amplifiers 5. Narrowband Amplifiers 6. Sinusoidal Oscillators 7. Basic Concepts in Communications 8. Amplitude Modulation Circuits 9. Angle Modulation Circuits 10. Mixed-Signal Interfacing Circuits 11. Basic Concepts in Filter Design 12. Active Synthesis 13. Future Directions

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Hoersholm THERMAL DESIGN BY MEANS OF ELECTRICAL / THERMAL
ANALOGIES c33 Paul Stangerup In ESA SPACECAD 1979 : Computer - Aided
Design of ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433060144544

Category: Aeronautics

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Electronic Design

... Elektronik The leading German magazine covering applied electronics and
data processing . Enjoys eminent editorial sta - . tus and a circulation from 32 ,
000 copies monthly . The contact - card reader - service assures your
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ISBN: STANFORD:36105000814249

Category: Electronic apparatus and appliances

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Bureau of Ships Reliability Design Handbook

Part derating is an electronic design technique used to reduce the probability of
failure of parts in a particular design . ... For electronic parts , factors of derating
are normally given with respect to rated and applied electrical stresses . 1 .

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Author: Federal Electric Corporation. Equipment and Systems Evaluation Department

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924004998716

Category: Electronic apparatus and appliances

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Applied Electronics

Applied Electronics employs user-friendly text and a non-mathematical approach to develop the reader's ability and understanding of the principles of analogue and digital electronics.

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Author: John C. Morris

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 0340652845

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 159

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This book provides a sound introduction to basic electronic concepts in a lively and practical format. It effectively meets the needs of both the electronics option of the advanced GNVQ in engineering and the BTEC National certificate in electronics and includes hands-on practical investigations and self-test questions which will appeal to a wide range of readers. Applied Electronics employs user-friendly text and a non-mathematical approach to develop the reader's ability and understanding of the principles of analogue and digital electronics. Beginning with the semiconductor devices themselves, it progresses through amplifiers and power supplies to combinational and sequential logic. Presented in a step-by-step, non-mathematical approach Student-centred, discovery-based learning ideal for open or programmed learning Includes 37 practical investigations using commonplace equipment, design assignments and self-assessment questions to aid understanding

Fundamentals of Electronic Circuit Design

This book presents the fundamental principles of modern electronic circuit design.

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Author: David J. Comer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110265423

Category: Science

Page: 490

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This book presents the fundamental principles of modern electronic circuit design. The authors focus on modern, integrated circuit design and concentrate on two devices that are used in practice today - the metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) and the bipolar junction transistor (BJT). Throughout, the book emphasizes a practical, applied approach with a strong emphasis on design.

Applied Electronic Engineering with Mathematica

The book describes a number of useful problem-solving methods.

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Author: Alfred Riddle

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman

ISBN: 0201534770

Category: Computers

Page: 375

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This work shows how to use Mathematica to solve a wide range of problems in electronic engineeiring. While presenting an overview of electronic engineering problems and solutions methods, it also shows how the high-level programming, symbolic and graphic abilities of Mathematica make it easier for the student, researcher or practical engineer to solve electronic engineering problems.

Electronic Design with Integrated Circuits

A . B . Glaser and G . E . Subak - Sharpe , Integrated Circuit Engineering .
Reading ... D . F . Stout and M . Kaufman , Handbook of Operational Amplifier
Circuit Design . New York ... 1 Input A and input B are inverted and applied to an
OR gate .

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Author: David J. Comer

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

ISBN: STANFORD:36105030544196

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 353

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Higher Education in the UK

Electronics MSC 12FT 24 – 36PT Selected by SERC as a specialist course in IC
design with appropriate support . ... Modules include analogue integrated circuit
design ; integrated circuit testing ; microcircuit applications ; applied electronics ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015023728697

Category: Education, Higher

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The International Journal of Applied Engineering Education

A process of module selection in circuit design technique , which is a useful but
sophisticated task , is one of the very interesting areas where the state - ofthe - art
expert system can be applied . Human experts for innovative electronic circuit ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015022358025

Category: Engineering

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Circuit Design Techniques for Non Crystalline Semiconductors

This book: Offers examples of how self-assembly can be used as a powerful tool in circuit synthesis Covers theory, materials, techniques, and applications Provides starting threads for new research This area of research is particularly ...

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Author: Sanjiv Sambandan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439846322

Category: Science

Page: 263

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Despite significant progress in materials and fabrication technologies related to non-crystalline semiconductors, fundamental drawbacks continue to limit real-world application of these devices in electronic circuits. To help readers deal with problems such as low mobility and intrinsic time variant behavior, Circuit Design Techniques for Non-Crystalline Semiconductors outlines a systematic design approach, including circuit theory, enabling users to synthesize circuits without worrying about the details of device physics. This book: Offers examples of how self-assembly can be used as a powerful tool in circuit synthesis Covers theory, materials, techniques, and applications Provides starting threads for new research This area of research is particularly unique since it employs a range of disciplines including materials science, chemistry, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Recent progress in complementary polymer semiconductors and fabrication techniques such as ink-jet printing has opened doors to new themes and ideas. The book focuses on the central problem of threshold voltage shift and concepts related to navigating this issue when using non-crystalline semiconductors in electronic circuit design. Designed to give the non-electrical engineer a clear, simplified overview of fundamentals and tools to facilitate practical application, this book highlights design roadblocks and provides models and possible solutions for achieving successful circuit synthesis.

Applied Formal Verification

The book includes real-world examples of formal verification applied to complex designs and clarifying explanations of high-level requirement writing.

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Author: Douglas L. Perry

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071588898

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 240

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Formal verification is a powerful new digital design method. In this cutting-edge tutorial, two of the field's best known authors team up to show designers how to efficiently apply Formal Verification, along with hardware description languages like Verilog and VHDL, to more efficiently solve real-world design problems. Contents: Simulation-Based Verification * Introduction to Formal Techniques * Contrasting Simulation vs. Formal Techniques * Developing a Formal Test Plan * Writing High-Level Requirements * Proving High-Level Requirements * System Level Simulation * Design Example * Formal Test Plan * Final System Simulation