Simplified design of IC amplifiers [electronic resource] / John D. Lenk.

Lenk, John D.
Boston : Newnes, c1996.
1 online resource (254 p.)
1st edition
EDN series for design engineers.
The EDN series for design engineers

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Amplifiers (Electronics) -- Design and construction.
Integrated circuits.
Electronic books.
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Simplified Design of IC Amplifiers has something for everyone involved in electronics. No matter what skill level, this book shows how to design and experiment with IC amplifiers. For experimenters, students, and serious hobbyists, this book provides sufficient information to design and build IC amplifier circuits from 'scratch'. For working engineers who design amplifier circuits or select IC amplifiers, the book provides a variety of circuit configurations to make designing easier.Provides basics for all phases of practical design.Covers the most popular forms for amplif
Front Cover; Simplified Design of IC Amplifiers; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Amplifier Circuit Basics; 1.1 Amplifier Circuit Classifications; 1.2 Common-Emitter Amplifier; 1.3 Common-Base Amplifier; 1.4 Common-Collector Amplifier; 1.5 Amplifier Gain Basics; 1.6 Amplifier Bias Networks; 1.7 Operating-Point Classifications; 1.8 Amplifier Distortion Basics; 1.9 Frequency Limitations in Amplifiers; 1.10 Coupling Methods; 1.11 PET Amplifier Basics; 1.12 Multistage Amplifiers; 1.13 Bipolar/FET Direct-Coupled Amplifiers
1.14 Chopper Stabilization1.15 Differential Amplifiers; Chapter 2. Basic Amplifier Tests; 2.1 Amplifier Test Equipment; 2.2 Decibel Measurement Basics; 2.3 Frequency Response; 2.4 Voltage Gain; 2.5 Power Output and Power Gain; 2.6 Input Sensitivity; 2.7 Bandwidth; 2.8 Load Sensitivity; 2.9 Dynamic Output Impedance or Resistance; 2.10 Dynamic Input Impedance or Resistance; 2.11 Current Drain, Power Output, Efficiency, and Sensitivity; 2.12 Sine-Wave Analysis; 2.13 Square-Wave Analysis; 2.14 Harmonic Distortion; 2.15 Intermodulation Distortion; 2.16 Background Noise; 2.17 Signal-to-Noise Ratio
2.18 Slew Rate (Transient Response)2.19 Rise Time, Settling Time, and Overshoot; 2.20 Phase Shift; 2.21 Feedback Measurement; 2.22 Input-Bias Current; 2.23 Input-Offset Voltage and Current; 2.24 Common-Mode Rejection; 2.25 Power-Supply Sensitivity (or PSRR); 2.26 Amplifier Display Problems During Test; Chapter 3. Basic Ie Op-Amp Design; 3.1 The Basic IC Op-Amp; 3.2 IC Op-Amp Circuit; 3.3 Design Considerations for Frequency Response and Gain; 3.4 Interpreting IC Op-Amp Data Sheets; 3.5 IC Op-Amp Design Example; Chapter 4. OTA Design; 4.1 Basic OTA Circuits; 4.2 Definition of OTA Terms
4.3 Basic OTA Design ProceduresChapter 5. Current-Feedback Amplifier Design; 5.1 The Basic CFA Circuit; 5.2 Typical CFA Performance Characteristics; 5.3 Testing CFAs; 5.4 Design of Inverting AC Amplifiers; 5.5 Design of Noninverting AC Amplifiers; 5.6 Design of Inverting AC Amplifiers with NVBE Biasing; 5.7 Design of Inverting AC Amplifiers with a Negative Supply; 5.8 Obtaining High Input-Impedance and Gain Simultaneously; 5.9 Design of an AC Amplifier with DC Gain Control; 5.10 DC Amplifier Design Problems; 5.11 Design of a DC Amplifier with Common-Mode Biasing
5.12 Design of Ground-Referenced Differential Inputs5.13 Design of Unity-Gain DC Buffer-Amplifier; 5.14 Design of Current-Feedback Amplifier with Output Clamping; 5.15 Current-Feedback Amplifier Design Considerations; Chapter 6. Chopper-Stabilized Op-Amp Design; 6.1 Amplifier Circuits; 6.2 Intermodulation Effects; 6.3 Capacitor Connections; 6.4 Output Clamp; 6.5 Clock Circuits; 6.6 Selection Capacitors; 6.7 Static Protection; 6.8 Avoiding Latchup; 6.9 Output Load; 6.10 Thermoelectric Effects; 6.11 Guarding; 6.12 Pin Compatibility; 6.13 Simplified Design of Basic Amplifier Circuits
6.14 Simplified Design of Booster Circuit
Includes index.