Analog Design Essentials

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Springer US, Nov 30, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 778 pages
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This unique book contains all topics of importance to the analog designer which are essential to obtain sufficient insights to do a thorough job. The book starts with elementary stages in building up operational amplifiers. The synthesis of opamps is covered in great detail. Many examples are included, operating at low supply voltages. Chapters on noise, distortion, filters, ADC/DACs and oscillators follow. These are all based on the extensive amount of teaching that the author has carried out world-wide.

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Chapter 1 Comparison of MOST and bipolar transistors
Chapter 2 Amplifiers source followers and cascodes
Chapter 3 Differential voltage and current amplifiers

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Sansen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Heverlee, Belgium.