This note explains the following topics: Power Amplifiers, Darlington Circuit, Operational Amplifiers, Practical Op-Amps, Non-Inverting and Inverting Amplifier, Frequency Response, Feedback Amplifiers, FETs & FET Amplifiers, FET Amplifier Design, FET High Frequency Response.
Author(s): The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
This note explains the following topics: Sensors, Signals and Systems, Role of Analog Signal Processing in Electronic Products, Analog Signal Processing using One Port Networks, Passive Two Ports and Ideal amplifiers, Synthesis of Amplifiers using Nullators and Norators, Passive Electronic Devices for Analog Signal Processing, Active Devices for Analog Signal Processing Systems, Electronic Devices for Analog Circuits.
This note deals with the analysis and design of analog CMOS integrated circuits, emphasizing fundaments as well as new paradigms that students and practicing engineers need to master in todays industry. Topics covered includes: basic MOSFET current-voltage relationships, f MOSFET small-signal models and the basics of CS Amplifier analysis, CS Amplifier analysis and design, Source Follower Amplifier, Common-Gate Amplifier, Cascode Amplifier, High Frequency Response of Amplifiers –MOSFET capacitances, Frequency Response of CS, Frequency response of Source Followers and Common-Gate amplifiers, Noise Effect in Amplifiers, Feedback in CMOS amplifier, Feedback Network Topologies and Feedback Network Loading effects, Feedback Design in CMOS op-amps
Author(s): Prof. Suhwan Kim
This note explains the following topics: Diodes, Diode characteristics, Rectifier, Full Wave Rectifier and Peak Detector, Diode as a GATE, Analog GATE, Small Signal Analysis of Diode Circuit, Zener Regulator and Voltage Regulator.
This note is focused on analog electronics with an emphasis on transistor level design of integrated circuits. Topics to be covered includes transistor amplifiers, integrated circuit biasing techniques, output stage design and IC amplifier building blocks, frequency response of amplifiers, stability and compensation techniques for amplifiers using negative feedback.
Author(s): David A. Johns
This note covers the following topics: DAC using binary-weighted resistors , R-2R ladder network, Thevenin resistance, R-2R ladder network: VTh for S0 = 1 , R-2R ladder network: VTh for S1 = 1, R-2R ladder network: RTh and VTh, DAC with R-2R ladder , DAC: settling time , 3-bit parallel (flash) ADC , Parallel (flash) ADC , ADC: sampling of input signal, Successive Approximation ADC, Counting ADC, Tracking ADC and Dual-slope ADC.
Author(s): M. B. Patil
This note describes the following topics: Data Converters and Performance Measures, Dynamic Element Matching, A Vernier TDC With Delay Latch Chain Architecture, Digital Recursive Oscillators, Sinusoid Test Signals for Digital-to-Analog Converters.
Author(s): Niklas U. Andersson, Linkoping University
The objectives of this note is to develop an understanding of the characteristics and operation of modern electronics. Topics covered includes: Operational Amplifier and its Applications, Semiconductor Material and PN Junction Diode, Diode Circuits, Smoothing Filter, The Bipolar Junction Transistor, BJT Biasing, Basic BJT Amplifier, Single-Stage Small Signal AC BJT Amplifier, The Field Effect Transistor, MOSFET Biasing, Basic MOSFET Amplifier, Single-Stage Small Signal AC MOSFET Amplifier.
Author(s): Nor Farahidah Zabah
This note describes the following topics: OpAmp and analog design, Analysis of OpAmp-based Amplifier Circuits, OpAmp Non-idealities, Frequency Response: Concept Bode plot, Miller Effect, CE, CB and EF amplifier, Feedback in Amplifiers, Pole Compensation and oscillators, Active Filters, Schmitt Triggers, Switching Oscillators and 555 Timer, Wave-shaping Circuits and A/D converters.
Author(s): Hua Tang
This note covers the following topics: Bipolar Junction Transistors, BJT in active mode, A simple BJT circuit, Ebers-Moll model for a pnp transistor, Ebers-Moll model , IC -VCE characteristics.
Author(s): M. B. Patil
This note orients you to design, analysis, measurement and discussion of circuits. The characteristic of the 1st and 2nd filter circuits with transfer function will be introduced as well. Also introduces you to z, y, h, t parameters for analysis of four port networks and study of related circuits.
Author(s): Seoul National University
This note introduces the fundamentals of the lumped circuit abstraction. Topics covered includes: resistive elements and networks; independent and dependent sources, switches and MOS transistors, digital abstraction, amplifiers, energy storage elements; dynamics of first- and second-order networks, design in the time and frequency domains; and analog and digital circuits and applications.
Author(s): Prof. Anant Agarwal
The subject of this course note is the analysis and design of analog CMOS integrated circuits. Simple modelling techniques are used to gain a better understanding of the functions of the circuits.
Author(s): University Of British Columbia
This note covers the following topics: Basic MOS Technology, MOS transistor theory, Circuit Design Processes, CMOS Logic Structures, Basic circuit concept, CMOS subsystem design, Memory registers and clock, Testability.
Author(s): Gopalan College of Engineering and Management
This note explains the fundamental principles underlying the analysis, design and optimization of analog and digital communication systems. Topics covered includes: Modern communication systems, Signal processing, Energy and power spectral density, modulation methods, AM modulation, Sampling, reconstruction, and pulse modulation, Pulse code modulation and quantization, PCM and the Bell System, Line coding, Digital modulation methods, Error protection.
Author(s): John Gill, Stanford University
This note covers the following topics: Communication Channel , Noise in Communications , Growth of Mobile Communications, Wi-Fi , Satellite or Space Communication, Effects of noise on analog communications, Noise performance of DSB, SSB, FM and AM, Digital communications, Digital modulation, Noncoherent demodulation, Information theory, Block codes and Cyclic codes.
Author(s): Dr Cong Ling
This note covers the following topics about LM311 Voltage Comparator: Features, Typical Applications, Absolute Maximum Ratings for the LM111/LM211, Absolute Maximum Ratings for the LM311, LM111/LM211 Typical Performance Characteristics, Application Hints, Typical Applications, Schematic Diagram, Connection Diagrams.
Author(s): Thomas Huber
This note explains the following topics: operating principle of a thyristor in terms of the “two transistor analogy”, i-v characteristics of a thyristor, gate characteristics of a thyristor, switching characteristics of a thyristor, operating principle of a Triac.
Author(s): IIT, Kharagpur
This note explains the following topics: Sequential circuits, NAND latch, NOR latch, Chatter due to a mechanical switch , The clock, Clocked RS latch, Edge-triggered flip-flops, JK flip-flop.
Author(s): M. B. Patil
This note is on digital circuits and digital systems. Topics covered includes: Combinational Logic Basics, Combinational Circuits, Logic Simplification, Karnaugh Maps And Implicants, Code Converters, Parity Generators And Display Decoder.
This book provides an introduction to digital audio signal processing. It will emphasize audio and music applications, although the material on the subject of digital filters itself is not specific to audio or music.
Author(s): Julius O. Smith
This note covers the following topics: Simple models: Ron/Roff model and ideal switch, Shockley diode equation, Shockley equation and simple models, Reverse breakdown, Diode types, Diode circuit analysis, Diode circuit example, Peak detector, Clamped capacitor and Voltage doubler.
Author(s): M. B. Patil
This note covers the following topics: The PN Junction and the Diode Effect, Current in the Diode, The PN Diode as a Circuit Element, Circuit Applications of Ordinary Diodes, Power Supplies, Power Supply Filtering, Split Power Supply, Diode Gate, Diode Protection.
Author(s): Diego Gamba
This note will introduce the basic concepts and techniques for processing discrete-time signal on a computer. Topics covered includes: discrete-time signals and systems, Fourier transforms and frequency response, Z-Transform, Sampling and reconstruction, Transform analysis of LTI systems, System structures and implementation, IIR filter design, FIR filter design, The discrete Fourier transform, The fast Fourier transform and FFT analysis.
Author(s): Zheng-Hua Tan
This note explains the following topics: Digital Systems, Characterization Description, Testing of Digital Systems, Characterization Description, Testing of Digital Systems, Characterization Description, Testing of Digital Systems, LTI Systems Step and Impulse Responses, Convolution, Inverse Systems,Stability,FIR and IIR, Discrete Time Fourier Transform.
Author(s): S.C. Dutta Roy
This note is focused on analog electronics with an emphasis on transistor level design of integrated circuits. Topics covered includes: transistor amplifiers, integrated circuit biasing techniques, output stage design and IC amplifier building blocks, frequency response of amplifiers, stability and compensation techniques for amplifiers using negative feedback.
Author(s): David A. Johns
This note covers the following topics: Diode Models and Circuits, Important Circuit Theorems, Rectifiers, Bipolar Transistors/Amplifiers, BJT Biasing Circuits, BJT Amplifier Topologies, MOS Transistors, MOSFET Biasing, MOSFET Small Signal Model, CMOS Amplifiers, Operational Amplifiers, Frequency Response and Opamps.
Author(s): Prof. Murat Torlak
This note includes six experiments, most of which consist of simulation and hardware verification. Experiments are related to the following topics: Diode Characterization, MOSFET Characteristics, Current Source, Differential Amplifier, Two Stage MOSFET Op Amp and Frequency Response.
Author(s): Dr. Lynn Fuller
Objective of this laboratory manual is to teach students about electronics components, characteristics of semi-conductor devices and design rectifiers, filters and amplifiers, simple electronic circuits.
Author(s): Muffakham Jah College Of Engineering And Technology
The goal of this note is to understand and design CMOS active filters. Topics covered includes: Active-RC Filters Fundamentals, Two integrators Active-RC, and Mason Rule, Noise in Active-RC Filters, Example of FD Active-RC Filters, OTA-C Filters and tuning techniques, Linearization Gm-C, Q-tuning adaptive technique, Non-Linear Macromodeling, Current-Mode Filters, Active-R Filters, Sinusoidal Oscillators: Quadrature and BP based, Higher-Order Filters: Cascade and Follow the leader and an example, Higher-Order Filters: Leapfrog, Switched-R and Based on VCO integrators, Switched-Capacitors.
Author(s): Edgar Sanchez Sinencio
This guide reviews the historical development of programmable logic devices, the fundamental programming technologies that the programmability is built on, and then describes the basic understandings gleaned from research on architectures. This survey has explored many issues in the complex and rapidly evolving world of pre-fabricated FPGA architectures. Topics covered includes: Early History of Programmable Logic, Programming Technologies, Logic Block Architecture, Routing Architecture, Input/Output Architecture and Capabilities, Improving FPGAs, Emerging Challenges and Architectures.
Author(s): Ian Kuon1, Russell Tessier and Jonathan Rose
This note covers the following topics: FPGA architecture, FPGA technologies, Architectures of different commercial FPGAs, FPGA tools, FPGA implementation flow and software involved, HDL coding for FPGA.
Author(s): Neeraj Goel,IIT Delhi
This lecture note covers the following topics: CMOS Technology and Passive Devices, MOS Models for Analog Design, MOS Small-Signal Models for Design , Electronic Noise, Electronic Noise, Noise Analysis, Amplifiers, Single-Ended and Differential OTA, Folded Cascode OTA, Common-Mode Feedback, Multistage Amplifiers, Comparators, MOS Sample and Hold, Biasing, Offset Cancellation.
Author(s): Lingkai Kong
This lecture note explains the following topics: Sets, probability, Bayes theorem,Set operations, logic operations, Bernoulli Trials, Cumulative Distribution Function, Thermal distributions, Coupled Systems , Boltzmann Law , random variables and Expectations, random processes, Shot Noise , DC current and Noise Current, Diffusion Noise , Bipolar Transistor Noise, noise of other devices, FETnoise, circuit noise analysis, 2-port noise, mixers and frequency conversion, baseband, AM, FM receivers, Phase noise in oscillators, sensitive measurements, digital communications, Optical receiver sensistivity and sketch of information theory.
Author(s): Prof. Mark Rodwell
A Designer's Guide to Instrumentation Amplifiers, written by Charles Kitchin and Lew Counts, gives a comprehensive overview of Instrumentation Amplifier technology and application. This note covers the following topics: In-Amp Basic, Inside an Instrumentation Amplifier, Monolithic Instrumentation Amplifiers, Monolithic Difference Amplifiers, Applying In-Amps Effectively, In-Amp and Diff Amps Applications, Matching In-Amps Circuits to Modern ADCs and Instrumentation Amplifier Specifications.
Author(s): Analog Devices
This note covers the following topics: Advantages Over Op Amp In-Am, Monolithic In-Amp Design, Monolithic In-Amps Optimized for Single-Supply Operation, Auto-Zeroing Instrumentation Amplifiers, Low Cost In-Amps, Low Power and Single-Supply In-Amp.
Author(s): Analog Devices
This note covers the following topics: Field-effect transistors, Junction Field-effect transistors, pinch-off voltage, JFET with VG = constant, VD 6= 0 V, derivation of ID equation, pinch-off near drain, simplified model for saturation and small-signal model.
Author(s): M. B. Patil
Primary aim of this note is to provide a visual source for high-urgency work that will define the future directions relating to the organic light emitting diode (OLED), with the expectation for lasting scientific and technological impact. The editor hopes that the chapters verify the realization of the mentioned aims that have been considered for editing of this book.
Author(s): Morteza Sasani Ghamsari
This note covers the following topics: Basic principles of organic light-emitting diodes, Device preparation, materials and stack design, Experimental techniques, Comprehensive efficiency analysis of OLEDs, Degradation processes in OLEDs.
Author(s): Augsburg University
This note covers the following topics: Number Systems And Digital Logic Families, Combinational Circuits, Synchronous Sequential Circuits, Asynchronous Sequential Circuits And Programmable Logic Devices , VHDL.
Author(s): Ms. M. Nivetha
This note explains the following topics: Data Representation and Number system, Floating point representation , Character Representation, Binary Logic, Combined gates, Boolean Algebra , Combinational circuit , Canonical form, Standard form, Describing existing circuits using Logic expressions, Power of logic expressions, Designing Combinatorial Circuits, Sequential circuit, Design of Sequential Circuits, Register, Tri-state logic, Memories .
Author(s): A.F. Kana
This note describes the following topics: Binary systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, analysis or design of combinatorial circuits, synchronous sequential logic, registers, counters and memory, laboratory experiments in digital circuits and logic Logic Design, Contemporary Logic Design, Switches: basic building block of digital computers, Relay networks, MOS transistors , CMOS network, Combinational logic symbols, Implementation as a combinational digital system , Combinational Logic, Time behavior and waveforms, Product-of-sums canonical form, Karnaugh maps, Working with Combinational Logic, Memory, Finite State Machines, Sequential Logic Technologies, Case Studies in Sequential Logic Design, Binary Number Systems and Arithmetic Circuits, Interfacing.
Author(s): Prof. Soo ik, Chae, Seoul National University
This note explains the following topics: Logic Chips, Logic Functions , Logical Equivalence, Boolean Algebra, Logic Circuit Design Process, Algebraic Manipulation , Karnaugh Map Method, Multiplexers, Decoders and Comparator, Programmable Logic Arrays, SR Latches , Positive Edge-Triggered D Flip-Flops, JK Flip-Flops, Combinational Circuits, Sequential Circuits.
Author(s): Pu-Jen Cheng
The purpose of this note is to equip students to competently design small, embedded microcontroller systems. This note uses a microcontroller as a component in electronic system design.Our target microcontroller, the Atmel ATMega128, provides extensive I/O and peripherals. It will be considered as a flexible logic component to be embedded into a system.
Author(s): Roger L. Traylor
This note covers the following topics: Introduction to Microcontrollers, Intel 8051 Microcontroller, PIC Microcontrollers, Architecture of Advanced Microprocessors and Experiments on Microcontrollers.
This note covers the followin topics: Cpr E 210, Embedded Programming, Real-time software, C Programming, Computer Architecture, Simplified Instruction Execution Cycle, PowerPC Assembly Language, I/O Subsystems, Interrupts, Periodic Interrupt Timer, MPC 555 Interrupt System.
Author(s): Aaron Striegel and Diane Rover
The purpose of this book is not to make a microcontroller expert out of you, but to make you equal to those who had someone to go to for their answers. Book contains many practical examples, complete assembler instruction set, appendix on MPLAB program package and more.
Author(s): Nebojsa Matic
This note focuses on CMOS manufacturing. Topics covered includes: CMOS process technology, work in progress tracking, CMOS calculations, process technology, long channel and short channel MOSFET, isolation technologies, back-end processing and packaging.
Author(s): Dr. Lynn Fuller
This note covers the following topics: Semiconductor and Solid State Physics, Crystal Structure and Growth, Defects in Semiconductors and Internal Gettering, Silicon Dioxide and Thermal Oxidation, Current-Voltage Analysis, Thickness Measurement, Ultra Thin Oxides, Impurity Diffusion, Sheet Resistance and Diffusion Profiles, Electrical Characteristics of pn-Junctions, Atomic Processes of Diffusion, Ion Implantation, Implanted and Diffused Profiles.
Author(s): David R. Evans
This lecture note explains the following topics: Components of Microprocessor, System bus, Microprocessor Architecture, Assembly Language Program, Stack and Subroutines, I/O interfacing, Advanced microcessor, Sun SPARC microcessor, ARM Processor.
Author(s): Darshan Institute of Technology
Objective of this note is to explains the internal operation, layout and underlying design principles of modern systems containing advanced microprocessors. Topics covered includes: Early computing devices, Moore's Law, Microprocessor advancement mechanisms, Semiconductor processing, Latest processsing techniques, Packaging, Debug and test, Computer architecture advancements, Computer components, Mass Storage, Long term data storage, Processor design planning, Branch prediction, Microarchitectural units, Caching -Pipelining, Performance measurement, Benchmarks , Error detection and correction, Buses, Newer non-volatile technologies, LVDS signalling- Logic design, Processor design layout, Microcontrollers, Development systems,GPU Architectures, ARM processors, AMD processors, SUN Niagara processors.
Author(s): Robert J. Lopes
In this guide, we study the low frequency properties of the basic, canonic circuit cells that are foundational to active analog integrated circuits realized in MOSFET technology.
Author(s): Dr. John Choma
This note covers the following topics: The Mos Capacitor, Mos Charge Control Model, Mos Capacitance, Basic Mosfet Operation, Simple Charge Control Model, Basic Mosfet Modeling.
This book is organized into four sections, covering the applications and structural properties of induction motors, fault detection and diagnostics, control strategies, and the more recently developed topology based on the multiphase induction motors. This material should be of specific interest to engineers and researchers who are engaged in the modeling, design, and implementation of control algorithms applied to induction motors and, more generally, to readers broadly interested in nonlinear control, health condition monitoring, and fault diagnosis.
Author(s): Raul Igmar Gregor Recalde
This note explains the following topics: Magnetic Circuits- Quantities and Definitions, Solving Magnetic Circuits with Electrical Analogies, Mechanics For Motors and Generators, Electromagnetic Induction and Magnetic Forces, Construction of Elementary Dc Generators, Induced Voltage In Practical Dc Machines, Power Balance And Efficiency in Dc Generators, Separately Excited Dc Motors, Shunt Connected Dc Motors, Starting Dc Motors, Dc Motor Control Components and Diagrams, Computing Resistive Starter Values, Series Dc Motor Torque-Speed Characteristics, Non-Linear Operation of Dc Motors, Non-Linear Operation of Compound Motors, Operation and Control of Dc Motors, Photocell Electrical Characteristics and Circuit Model, Self-Excited Dc Generators, Solar Panels and Economics of Solar Power.
Author(s): Southern Illinois University
This note covers the following topics: Ideal Operational Amplifier, Op-amp types , Non-inverting Amplifier, The Integrator Amplifier, The Differentiator Amplifier, Basic OPAMP Configurations and Simple Mathematical Operations , Differentiation and Integration using OPAMP, Digital Logic Families, Boolean Logic Operations using Digital ICs, Adder and Subtractor Circuits, Flip-Flop Circuits, Master-slave JK Flip-flop, IC 555 multivibrator circuits.
Author(s): National Institute of Science Education and Research Bhubaneswar
This note describes the following topics: Feedback basic concepts, Macromodeling, Op Amp with resistive components, Measurement and simulation, High Sensitivity Transconductance Converter, Op Amp static and dynamic properties, Integrator modeling via Simulink, Op Amp non-idealities, System Level Closed Loop Amplifiers, Biquad Filters using integrators, Active-RC Inverting based ,Filter Software, Sinusoidal Oscillators, Signal Generators, voltage regulators and Stability Considerations.
Author(s): Edgar Sanchez-Sinencio
This book provides a solid understanding of oscilloscope basics. Topics covered includes: how oscilloscopes work, difference between analog, digital storage, and digital phosphor oscilloscopes, electrical waveform types, basic oscilloscope controls and simple measurements.
What are microcontrollers, anyway? Electronics built into one single chip capable of controlling a small submarine, a crane, an elevator… It’s up to you to decide what you want them to do and dump a program with the appropriate instructions into the chip. You're probably wondering what you need for it? Just a PC, a program for compiling and a simple device to transfer your code from the PC to the chip itself. Is it complicated? Absolutely not!
Author(s): Milan Verle
This note describes the following topics: Power transfer characteristics, Intrinsic PA metrics, Linear and Non-linear amplifiers, PA Architectures, Single-Stage Linear PA, Load-line theory, Transistors size, Input and Output Matching, High-efficiency PAs, Class A, AB, B and C amplifiers, Real-World Design Example, System specifications and Power Control.
This note covers the following topics: Electric Drive, Controlled Rectifier: Single Phase, Three phase, Power Electronics Improvements, Four Quadrant Dc to Dc Converter, Sine Triangle PWM Control of Converter, Front-end Ac-Dc Converter with harmonic control.
This note explains the following topics: Modeling and Simulation, HVDC Transmission, AC Transmission Applications, Reactive Compensation for Power Flow Control, Shunt Compensation, Control and Harmonic Interactions, Distribution Applications, Power and Voltage Quality, Static Series Compensators for Voltage Sag Correction, Fault Current Limiters, Distributed Generation and Storage.
Author(s): Brian K. Johnson
This lecture note explains the following topics: What is a device model, Constituents of a device model, Ideal Diode Model, Real Diode Model, IC design procedure, Semi-classical Bulk Transport: Qualitative Model, EM field and Transport Equations.
This note explains statistical modeling and the control of semiconductor fabrication processes and plants. Topics covered includes: design of experiments, response surface modeling, and process optimization, defect and parametric yield modeling, process or device or circuit yield optimization, monitoring, diagnosis, and feedback control of equipment and processes, and analysis and scheduling of semiconductor manufacturing operations.
Author(s): Prof. Duane Boning
This note covers the following topics: CMOS RF Integrated Circuits, Transmission Media and Reflection, Maximum Power Transfer, Passive RLC Networks, Parallel RLC Tank, Matching, Other Matching Networks, Resistor, Capacitors, Inductors and Wires.
Author(s): Prof. Dr .S. Chatterjee
This note explains the following topics: Fundamentals of RF circuits and Systems, Transmitter and Receiver architectures, Passive and active components for CMOS RFIC, Resonance, Matching, S-parameters,Noise in electrical circuits and NF calculations, Low Noise Amplifiers, Power Amplifiers, Mixers, Oscillators, PLLs and Synthesizers.
Author(s): Nagarjuna Nallam
This note explains the following topics: Topologies of Switch Mode DC-DC converters, DC transfer functions, Efficiency, Devices, chokes and transformers for switched converters, Dynamic response in open and closed loop, Resonant converters, Design of feedback networks.
Author(s): Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
This lecture note covers the following topics: Switched mode power conversion, Power semiconductor switches, Prior art, Reactive components, Non-isolated converters, Isolated converters, Controller basics, Pulse width modulation, Controller design principles, Common practical control applications, Basics on design of magnetics and Design examples.
Author(s): Prof. L. Umanand and Prof. V. Ramanarayanan
This book explains the following topics: Introduction to Power Electronics, Diodes and Uncontrolled Rectifiers, Thyristors, Ac/dc Converters and Other Naturally Commutated Circuits, Turn-off Devices and Self Commutated Circuits.
Author(s): John William Motto
This note covers the following topics: Negative-Capacitor Landau Transistors, Physics of Nanoelectromechanical (NEMS) Switches, Sequencing a Genome by a Torrent of Ions, Geometry of Diffusion and Performance Limits of Nanobiosensors, Computational Modeling, Device Options and Trade-offs for 5 nm CMOS Technology.
Author(s): Muhammad A. Alam
This note explains all the details about Line Commutated Controlled Rectifiers (Thyristor Rectifiers) and Force Commutated PWM Rectifiers.
Author(s): Juan Dixon
This note covers the following topics: SCR, Triac, SIDAC, DIAC, Electrical Characteristic Curves of Thyristors, General Terminology, Triac Gating Modes Of Operation, Gating, Latching, and Holding of SCRs and Triacs, Phase Control Using Thyristors, Permanent Magnet Motor Control, Mounting and Handling of Semiconductor Devices, Surface Mount Soldering Recommendations, Thyristor and Rectifier Testing Using Curve Tracers, Thyristors Used as AC Static Switches and Relays, Explanation of Maximum Ratings and Characteristics for Thyristors.
Author(s): Littelfuse, Inc
This book was designed to overview some of the concepts regarding FETs that are currently used as well as some concepts that are still being developed. Topics covered includes: Carrier Mobility in Field-Effect Transistors, Resonant Tunneling and Two&
Author(s): Momcilo Pejovic
This note explains the following topics: transistors and their effect on the Radio-TV and electronics worker, Understanding Transistor Action, Transistor Characteristics, Transistor Amplifier Circuits, Transistor Oscillator Circuits, Special Transistor Circuits, Transistor Components, The Care and Servicing of Transistors, Practical Transistor Circuits.
Author(s): Louis E. Garner Jr
This book describes the following topics: Introduction To Verilog, Language Constructs And Conventions, Gate Level Modeling, Behavioral Modeling, Modeling At Data Flow Level, Switch Level Modeling, System Tasks, Functions, And Compiler Directives, Sequential Circuit Description, Component Test And Verifiaction.
Author(s): Geethanjali Group of Institutions
This note introduces the student to the design of digital logic circuits, both combinational and sequential, and the design of digital systems in a hierarchical, top-down manner. Topics covered includes : HDLs in the Design Process, VHDL Entities, Architectures, and Processes, VHDL Names, Signals, and Attributes, VHDL Operators, VHDL Constructs, VHDL Hierarchical Modeling, VHDL Modeling Guidelines, Parameterized RAM Modeling, Test Benches, VHDL FSM Modeling, VHDL Sequential Logic Modeling and Verilog.
Author(s): Charles E. Stroud
This tutorial covers the following topics: Levels of representation and abstraction, Basic Structure of a VHDL file, Lexical Elements of VHDL, Data Objects: Signals, Variables and Constants, Data types, Operators, Behavioral Modeling: Sequential Statements, Dataflow Modeling – Concurrent Statements and Structural Modeling.
Author(s): Jan Van der Spiegel
This note explains the following topics: Historical Perspective and Future Trends in CMOS VLSI Circuit and System Design, Logical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits, Power Estimation and Control in CMOS VLSI circuits, Low Power Design Techniques, Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI.
This note covers the following topics: Fabrication, MOSFET, SPICE MODEL, Inverters, Interconnect Analysis, Super Buffer Design, Combination Circuit Design, Sequential Logic Circuits , Dynamic Logic Circuits , Semiconductor Memories, Low-Power CMOS Logic Circuits.
Author(s): National Chiao Tung University