The book begins with an introduction to analog and mixed-signal electronics, their applications, and a brief history of analog electronics and their relevance following the digital revolution. The author addresses the types of measurement instruments necessary for the electronics designer, such as power meters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and power and signal sources. Readers will learn the basics of linear systems, types of nonlinearities and their effects, op-amp circuits, the high-gain analog filter-amplifier, and signal generation. Design examples include an electric guitar preamp and a crystal-controlled clock generator.DUT + a Source v i figure 3.2 Conceptual measurement of twoaterminal devicea#39;s currentavoltage characteristics. ... necessary, with a mark called a right harpoon, which looks like a half arrow: v is the phasor form of the voltage v(t), for example. ... 0002254128.indd 35 2/1/2015 5:04:14 PM BASICS OF LINEAr SySTEMS 35.
|Title||:||Analog and Mixed-Signal Electronics|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-04-06|