Microelectronic Circuits – Sedra & Smith – 4th Edition


Fourth edition of a text for central courses of specializing in Electrical and Computing. The aim of the book is to develop in the reader the ability to analyze and analog, digital, discrete and integrated electronic circuits.

In this edition several changes have been made both in the organization and in the coverage of the material. Simulation models and examples have been incorporated with the SPICE program; material on the physical operation of devices has been expanded; and the material on the MOSFET has been completely redesigned.

The theme of this book is modern electronics, a field that today is called microelectronics. This refers to integrated circuit (IC) technology which, at the time this is written, can produce circuits containing millions of components in a small piece of silicon (known as a silicon chip) whose area is in the order of 10mm square. One of these circuits, for example, is a complete digital that is appropriately called a microcomputer or, more generally, a microprocessor.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to electronics
Part One: Devices and Basic Circuits

Chapter 2: Operational Amplifiers
Chapter 3: Diodes
Chapter 4: Bipolar Union Transistors (BJT)
Chapter 5: Field Effect Transistors (FET)
Part Two: Analogue Circuits

Chapter 6: Differential and multi-stage amplifiers
Chapter 7: Frequency Response
Chapter 8: Feedback
Chapter 9: Output stages and power amplifiers
Chapter 10: Analog ICs
Chapter 11: Filters and tuned amplifiers
Chapter 12: Signal generators and waveform circuits
Part Three: Digital Circuits

Chapter 13: MOS Circuits
Chapter 14: Bipolar and advanced technology digital circuits

VLSI Manufacturing Technology
Two-port network settings
An introduction to Spice
Input files for SPICE examples
Some Useful Network Theorems
Circuits of a time constant
Determining Hybrid Model Parameter Values ​​
Standard values ​​of resistance and unit prefixes
Respond to selected issues

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23/07/2021 1:01 am

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