Nonlinear Circuits Handbook: Designing with Analog Function Modules and IC's
Daniel H. Sheingold
Analog Devices, Incorporated, 1976 - Amplifiers (Electronics) - 502 pages
Basic operations. Applications of nonlinear devices. Function fitting. Function generation. Instruments and data acquisition. Communications and signal processing. Computing and control. Understanding nonlinear circuits. About logarithmic circuits. About multipliers. About dividers. About nonlinear integrated circuits. Discontinuous approximations. Multifunction devices: powers & roots. Root mean-square. Aids for the designer. Log-circuits applications. Log ratio applications. Antilog applications. Multiplying and squaring.
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APPLICATIONS OF NONLINEAR DEVICES
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2-quadrant accuracy adjusted amplitude Analog Devices analog multiplier antilog applications average bandwidth bias current Burwen capacitance capacitor Chapter 3-2 circuit of Figure circuitry collector current computing configuration constant converter cost crest factor D/A converter denominator voltage diode divider dynamic range emitter equation EREF example exponential external trims feedback feedthrough Figure 11 filter frequency full-scale function gain ideal input current input signal input voltage integrator inverse IREF linear log amplifier log conformity log element log-antilog log-ratio logarithmic loop magnitude maximum measurements monolithic multiplier-divider negative noise nonlinearity numerator obtain offset voltage operational amplifier oscillator oscilloscope output offset output voltage parameters performance phase-locked loop polarity pulse quadrant ratio reference resistance resistor response scale factor shown in Figure sine wave slewing rate specifications square square-rooting switch techniques temperature tion transconductance transistors two-quadrant typical variable variable-transconductance waveform zero