12.8 Optoelectronics: fiber-optic digital links 8.14 Signal-to-noise improvement by bandwidth narrowing Filters 1-9 1.7. The author is accepting reports of errata and publishing them, to be corrected in future revisions. Table of Contents. 6. tactical dispositions v. energy vi. 9. Modulation 1-5 1.4. 10.8 Logic pathology, 11.1 A brief history The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ("Master Sun", also spelled Sunzi), is composed of 13 chapters. 4.6 out of 5 stars 203. For general computer science, itR… 2x.2.1 Improving current-source performance, 2x.2.2 Current mirrors: multiple outputs and current ratios, 2x.4 BJT Amplifier Distortion: a SPICE Exploration, 2x.46 Differential amplifier with emitter degeneration, 2x.4.7 Sziklai-connected differential amplifier, 2x.4.8 Sziklai-connected differential amplifier with current source, 2x.4.9 Sziklai-connected differential amplifier with cascode, 2x.4.10 Caprio’s quad differential amplifier, with cascode, 2x.4.11 Caprio’s quad with folded cascode – I, 2x.4.12 Caprio’s quad with folded cascode – II, 2x.4.14 Wrapup: amplifier modeling with SPICE, 2x.5.3 Consequences of Early effect: Output resistance, 2x.6.2 Three-transistor “enhanced” Sziklai, 2x.6.3 Push–pull output stage: a Sziklai application, 2x.7.1 A simple high-speed bipolarity current source, 2x.8 The Emitter-Input Differential Amplifier, 2x.8.1 An application: High-current, high-ratio current mirror, 2x.8.2 Improving the emitter-input differential amplifier, 2x.9 Transistor Beta versus Collector Current, 2x.10 Parasitic Oscillations in the Emitter Follower, 2x.11.1 Transistor amplifiers at high frequencies: first look, 2x.11.2 High-frequency amplifiers: the ac model, 2x.11.3 A high-frequency calculation example, 2x.12 Two-terminal Negative Resistance Circuit, 2x.14 ‘‘Designs by the Masters”: ±20 V, 5 ns, 50 Ω Amplifier, 2x.14.4 Epilogue: 120 V, 5 A, dc-10 MHz Laboratory Amplifier, 3x.2 A Closer Look at JFET Transconductance, 3x.2.3 Performance of the transconductance enhancer, 3x.2.4 Transconductance in the JFET source follower, 3x.4 A Closer Look at JFET Output Impedance, 3x.4.2 Source degeneration: another way to mitigate the, 3x.4.6 Example: A low-noise open-loop differential amplifier, 3x.5.1 Output characteristics and transfer function, 3x.5.2 Linear operation: hotspot SOA limitation, 3x.5.6 Typical SPICE model for a power MOSFET, 3x.6 Floating High-Voltage Current Sources, 3x.6.1 Raising output impedance with a cascode, 3x.6.4 Low-cost predictable current source, 3x.6.5 Current sources for higher voltages, 3x.7 Bandwidth of the Cascode; BJT versus FET, 3x.7.1 The common-gate/ common-base amplifier, 3x.7.2 Cascode as common-gate/ common-base amplifier, 3x.8 Bandwidth of the Source Follower with a Capacitive Load, 3x.8.1 Follower with resistive signal source, 3x.8.2 Follower driven with a current signal, 3x.9 High-Voltage Probe with High Input Impedance, 3x.9.1 Compensated-offset MOSFET follower, 3x.11.1 A MOSFET Saga: the First 30 Years, 3x.12.1 The gate charge curve depends on load current, 3x.12.2 Gate charge curves at constant load current, 3x.12.3 The gate charge curve depends also on drain voltage, 3x.13.1 Limited only by maximum junction temperature, 3x.15.2 Two-switch +500 V 20 A fast pulser, 3x.15.3 Two-switch reversible kilovolt pulser, 3x.15.5 Three-switch bipolarity kilovolt pulser, 3x.16 MOSFET ON-Resistance versus Temperature, 3x.17 Thyristors, IGBTs, and Wide-bandgap MOSFETs, 3x.17.1 Insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT), 3x.17.3 Silicon carbide and gallium nitride MOSFETs, 3x.18 Power Transistors for Linear Amplifiers, 3x.19 Generating Fast High-Current LED Pulses, 3x.21 Fast Shutoff of High-Energy Magnetic Field, 3x.21.1 Helmholtz coils, rapid field shutoff, 3x.21.2 High voltage, high current switches, 3x.22 Precision Charge-dispensing Piezo Positioner, 3x.22.1 Fast MOSFET pulsed charge dispenser, 3x.22.3 Small-step pulsed charge dispenser, 4x.2 Feedback Stability and Phase Margins, 4x.2.1 Sliding f 2: phase margin and circuit performance, 4x.2.3 Applying Bode plots to amplifier design, 4x.3.4 A complete photodiode amplifier design, 4x.3.7 Designs by the masters: A wide-range linear transimpedance amplifier, 4x.3.8 A “starlight-to-sunlight” linear photometer, 4x.3.9 Autoranging wideband transimpedance amplifier, 4x.3.10 Multiple-range cascode-bootstrap wideband TIA, 4x.4.1 Stability of the composite amplifier, 4x.5 High-Speed Op-amps I: Voltage Feedback, 4x.5.1 Voltage feedback and current feedback, 4x.6 High-speed Op-amps II: Current Feedback, 4x.6.5 Mathematical postscript: bandwidth and gain in CFBs, 4x.8 Capacitive-Feedback Transimpedance Amplifiers, 4x.8.1 Capacitive-feedback TIA for gigabit optical receivers, 4x.9.2 Case study: high-voltage pulse generator.
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