Microelectronic Circuits and Devices – Mark N. Horenstein – 2nd Edition


For courses in Introductory Electronics for majoring in electrical, computer, and related engineering disciplines.

Using an innovative approach, this introduction to microelectronic circuits and views a as an entire system, rather than as a collection of individual devices. It provides students with the tools necessary to make intelligent choices in the of analog and digital systems

Table of Contents

Ch. 1. Review of Linear Circuit Theory
Ch. 2. Operational Amplifiers
Ch. 3. Introduction to Nonlinear Circuit Elements
Ch. 4. Signal Processing and Conditioning with Two-Terminal Nonlinear Devices
Ch. 5. Three-Terminal Devices
Ch. 6. Basic Circuits Containing Three-Terminal Devices
Ch. 7. Analog Amplification
Ch. 8. Differential Amplifiers
Ch. 9. Frequency Response and Time-Dependent Circuit Behavior
Ch. 10. Feedback and Stability
Ch. 11. Multistage and Power Amplifiers
Ch. 12. Analog Integrated Circuits
Ch. 13. Active Filters and Oscillators
Ch. 14. Digital Circuits
Ch. 15. Fundamentals of Digital Systems
Ch. 16. Electronic Design
Appendix A Physics of Semiconductor Devices
Appendix B Semiconductor Device and Integrated-Circuit Fabrication
Appendix C Computer-Aided Circuit Design Using SPICE and PSpice
Appendix D Resistor Color Codes and Standard Values
Appendix E Suggestions for Further Reading.
Appendix F Answers to Selected Problems.
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