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Analysis of Bipolar
and CMOS Amplifiers
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Amir M. Sodagar
Analysis by Inspection: Analyze Intuitively, Save Time, Help Avoid Errors
Several invaluable reference
books have been published,
which generally introduce the
basics of analog circuit analysis
and design, and specifically
apply
these
concepts
to
amplifiers. These books usually
describe the classic approach to
evaluating
small-signal
amplifiers, which is based on
solving circuit equations and
precise calculations of the
quantities of desired parameters.
This technique involves a tedious
and sometimes difficult process,
especially when the number of
components increases.
Differently from the available voluminous wide-scope reference
books, Analysis of Bipolar and CMOS Amplifiers is mainly
focused on the introduction of an intuitive and much simpler
technique, known as “analysis by inspection,” for bipolar and
CMOS small-signal amplifiers. This allows a straightforward
approach to analyzing a wide variety of small-signal analog
circuits quickly, yet within an acceptable accuracy range while
still based upon scientific fundamentals.
HIGHLIGHTS:
ƒ Introduces the analysis-by-inspection method at midband
frequencies
ƒ Introduces by-inspection analysis methods to determine the
amplifier's transfer function and response for high and low
frequencies in both time and frequency domains
ƒ Balances coverage of bipolar and CMOS circuits, resulting
in an in-depth comparative analysis
ƒ Includes simulation examples at the end of each chapter to
help better understand some of the concepts discussed in
the chapter
Ordering Locations
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CONTENTS
BASICS OF AMPLIFIERS
Introduction
Basic Concepts
A Signal and Its DC and AC
Components
Cascaded Amplifiers
Small-Signal and Large- Signal
Amplifiers
Basic Types of Amplifiers
A Fundamental Question
Simulation Examples
Problems
TRANSISTORS
Introduction
Basic Concepts
MOS Transistor
Bipolar Transistor
Simulation Examples
Problems
BIASING
Introduction
Biasing Bipolar Transistors
Voltage-Divider Biasing
Biasing PNP Transistors
Biasing MOS Transistors
Simulation Examples
Problems
SINGLE-STAGE AMPLIFIERS
Introduction
The Transistor as an Amplifier
Two-Step Analysis of a Small-Signal
Amplifier
Coupling the Input/Output
Signal to/from an Amplifier
Basic Single-Stage
Amplifier Configurations
Analysis by Inspection
Other Basic Types of
Amplifiers
Bipolar Amplifiers
An Important Note
Simulation Examples
Problems
MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS
Introduction
Biasing/Coupling
AC Analysis
Useful Compound
Configurations
Simulation Examples
Problems
CURRENT SOURCES/ MIRRORS
Introduction
Simple Current Source/Mirror
Cascode Current Source/Mirror
Current Scaling
Multi-Output Current
Sources/Mirrors
Bipolar Current Sources/Mirrors
Current Sources for Biasing and as
Active Loads
Simulation Examples
Problems
ANALYSIS OF AMPLIFIERS AT
LOW FREQUENCIES
Introduction
Basic Concepts in Frequency
Domain
Plotting an Amplifier’s Response at
Low Frequencies
Low-Frequency Analysis by AC
Analysis Methods
Low-Frequency Analysis by
Inspection
Time Response
More Than One External Capacitor
Simulation Examples
Problems
ANALYSIS OF AMPLIFIERS AT
HIGH FREQUENCIES
Introduction
Basic Concepts at High Frequencies
Amplifiers at High Frequencies
Plotting an Amplifier’s Response at
High Frequencies
High-Frequency Analysis
Time Response
High Cut-Off Frequency
Complete Response over the Entire
Frequency Range
Case Studies for High-Frequency
Analysis of Multi-Stage Amplifiers
Simulation Examples
Problems
REFERENCES
INDEX
Catalog no. 46446, July 2007, 411 pp., Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-4200-4644-1, $109.95
or Online at:
http://www.crcpress.com/shopping_cart/products/product_detail.asp?sku=46446
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