Advanced Electronic Circuits

  • Ulrich Tietze
  • Christoph Schenk

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 1-49
  3. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 50-75
  4. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 76-135
  5. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 136-151
  6. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 152-170
  7. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 171-202
  8. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 203-223
  9. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 224-255
  10. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 256-291
  11. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 292-324
  12. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 325-372
  13. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 373-393
  14. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 394-410
  15. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 411-441
  16. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 442-463
  17. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 464-490
  18. Ulrich Tietze, Christoph Schenk
    Pages 491-497
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 498-510

About this book

Introduction

In the earlier stages of integrated circuit design, analog circuits consisted simply of type 741 operational amplifiers, and digital circuits of 7400-type gates. Today's designers must choose from a much larger and rapidly increasing variety of special integrated circuits marketed by a dynamic and creative industry. Only by a proper selection from this wide range can an economical and competitive solution be found to a given problem. For each individual case the designer must decide which parts of a circuit are best implemented by analog circuitry, which by conventional digital circuitry and which sections could be microprocessor controlled. In order to facilitate this decision for the designer who is not familiar with all these subjects, we have arranged the book so as to group the different circuits according to their field of application. Each chapter is thus written to stand on its own, with a minimum of cross-references. To enable the reader to proceed quickly from an idea to a working circuit, we discuss, for a large variety of problems, typical solutions, the applicability of which has been proved by thorough experimental investigation. Our thanks are here due to Prof. Dr. D. Seitzer for the provision of excellent laboratory facilities. The subject is extensive and the material presented has had to be limited. For this reason, we have omitted elementary circuit design, so that the book addresses the advanced student who has some back­ ground in electronics, and the practising engineer and scientist.

Keywords

Schaltung circuit electronic circuit electronics integrated circuit material microprocessor

Authors and affiliations

  • Ulrich Tietze
    • 1
  • Christoph Schenk
    • 1
  1. 1.Universität Erlangen-NürnbergGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-81241-5
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1978
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-81243-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-81241-5
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