Analog Fundamentals – a Systems Approach

Analog Fundamentals – a Systems Approach
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Thomas L. Floyd David M. Buchla
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1 أبريل 2020
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Analog Fundamentals – a Systems Approach
Thomas L. Floyd
David M. Buchla
1 Basic Analog Concepts 1
1–1 Analog Electronics 2
1–2 Analog Signals 5
1–3 Signal Sources 14
1–4 Amplifiers 20
1–5 Troubleshooting 29
2 Diodes and Applications 42
2–1 the Atomic Structure of Semiconductors 43
2–2 the Pn Junction 46
2–3 Biasing the Semiconductor Diode 48
2–4 Diode Characteristics 50
2–5 Rectifiers 57
2–6 Rectifier Filters and Ic Regulators 63
2–7 Diode Limiting and Clamping Circuits 72
2–8 Special-purpose Diodes 78
2–9 the Diode Data Sheet 91
2–10 Troubleshooting 95
3 Bipolar Junction Transistors (Bjts) 111
3–1 Structure of Bipolar Junction Transistors 112
3–2 Bjt Bias Circuits 121
3–3 Data Sheet Parameters and Ac Considerations 131
3–4 Common-emitter Amplifiers 136
3–5 Common-collector Amplifiers 143
3–6 Common-base Amplifiers 147
3–7 the Bipolar Transistor as a Switch 152
3–8 Transistor Packages and Terminal Identification 157
3–9 Troubleshooting 160
4 Field-effect Transistors (Fets) 177
4–1 Structure of Field-effect Transistors 178
4–2 Jfet Characteristics 179
4–3 Jfet Biasing 186
4–4 Mosfet Characteristics 194
4–5 Mosfet Biasing 202
Contents
Iiiiv Contents
4–6 Fet Linear Amplifiers 205
4–7 Mosfet Switching Circuits 216
4–8 a System 224
5 Multistage, Rf, and Power
Amplifiers 239
5–1 Capacitively Coupled Amplifiers 240
5–2 Rf Amplifiers 247
5–3 Transformer-coupled Amplifiers 252
5–4 Direct-coupled Amplifiers 259
5–5 Class a Power Amplifiers 265
5–6 Class B Power Amplifiers 272
5–7 Class C and Class D Power Amplifiers 283
5–8 Ic Power Amplifiers 293
6 Operational Amplifiers 307
6–1 Introduction to Operational Amplifiers 308
6–2 the Differential Amplifier 310
6–3 Op-amp Data Sheet Parameters 317
6–4 Negative Feedback 323
6–5 Op-amp Configurations With Negative Feedback 325
6–6 Op-amp Impedances and Noise 331
6–7 Troubleshooting 340
7 Op-amp Responses 354
7–1 Basic Concepts 355
7–2 Op-amp Open-loop Response 361
7–3 Op-amp Closed-loop Response 363
7–4 Positive Feedback and Stability 366
7–5 Op-amp Compensation 371
8 Basic Op-amp Circuits 385
8–1 Comparators 386
8–2 Summing Amplifiers 396
8–3 Integrators and Differentiators 403
8–4 Converters and Other Op-amp Circuits 409
8–5 Troubleshooting 411
9 Active Filters 425
9–1 Basic Filter Responses 426
9–2 Filter Response Characteristics 431contents V
9–3 Active Low-pass Filters 434
9–4 Active High-pass Filters 439
9–5 Active Band-pass Filters 442
9–6 Active Band-stop Filters 448
9–7 Filter Response Measurements 450
10 Oscillators and Timers 462
10–1 the Oscillator 463
10–2 Feedback Oscillator Principles 464
10–3 Sinusoidal Oscillators With Rc Feedback Circuits 466
10–4 Oscillators With Lc Feedback Circuits 475
10–5 Relaxation Oscillator Principles 482
10–6 the 555 Timer as an Oscillator 488
10–7 the 555 Timer as a One-shot 493
11 Voltage Regulators 506
11–1 Voltage Regulation 507
11–2 Basic Series Regulators 510
11–3 Basic Shunt Regulators 516
11–4 Basic Switching Regulators 519
11–5 Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators 525
11–6 Applications of Ic Voltage Regulators 532
12 Special-purpose Amplifiers 547
12–1 Instrumentation Amplifiers 548
12–2 Isolation Amplifiers 555
12–3 Operational Transconductance Amplifiers (Otas) 561
12–4 Log and Antilog Amplifiers 569
13 Communications Circuits 585
13–1 Basic Receivers 586
13–2 the Linear Multiplier 590
13–3 Amplitude Modulation 694
13–4 the Mixer 600
13–5 Am Demodulation 602
13–6 if and Audio Amplifiers 604
13–7 Frequency Modulation 607
13–8 the Phase-locked Loop (Pll) 610
13–9 Fiber Optics 618vi Contents
14 Data Conversion 631
14–1 Analog Switches 632
14–2 Sample-and-hold Amplifiers 638
14–3 Interfacing the Analog and Digital Worlds 643
14–4 Digital-to-analog (D/a) Conversion 646
14–5 Basic Concepts of Analog-to-digital (a/d) Conversion 651
14–6 Analog-to-digital (a/d) Conversion Methods 655
14–7 Voltage-to-frequency ( V / F ) and Frequency-to-voltage
( F / V ) Converters 665
14–8 Troubleshooting 674
15 Measurement and Control 691
15–1 Rms-to-dc Converters 692
15–2 Angle Measurement 697
15–3 Temperature Measurement 703
15–4 Strain Measurement, Pressure Measurement,
And Motion Measurement 713
15–5 Power Control 720
Appendix
Derivations of Selected Equations 733
Answers to Odd-numbered Problems 739
Glossary 749
Index 755
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