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  • Предисловие к Первому изданию xxv
  • Предисловие ко Второму изданию xxvii
  • Предисловие к Третьему изданию xxix

Титул Перевод выполняется по варианту «7th printing 2016 with correction». Не сильно-то им та коррекция помогла. С другой стороны, hell knows, что там было в предыдущих изданиях.

Часть 1    Основы

Часть 2    Биполярные транзисторы

THREE: Field-Effect Transistors

  • THREE: Field-Effect Transistors 131
  • 3.1 Introduction 131 3.1.1 FET characteristics 131 3.1.2 FET types 134 3.1.3 Universal FET characteristics 136 3.1.4 FET drain characteristics 137 3.1.5 Manufacturing spread of FET characteristics 138 3.1.6 Basic FET circuits 140 3.2 FET linear circuits 141 3.2.1 Some representative JFETs: a brief tour 141 3.2.2 JFET current sources 142 3.2.3 FET amplifiers 146 3.2.4 Differential amplifiers 152 3.2.5 Oscillators 155 3.2.6 Source followers 156 3.2.7 FETs as variable resistors 161 3.2.8 FET gate current 163 3.3 A closer look at JFETs 165 3.3.1 Drain current versus gate voltage 165 3.3.2 Drain current versus drain-source voltage: output conductance 166 3.3.3 Transconductance versus drain current 168 3.3.4 Transconductance versus drain voltage 170 3.3.5 JFET capacitance 170 3.3.6 Why JFET (versus MOSFET ) amplifiers? 170 3.4 FET switches 171 3.4.1 FET analog switches 171 3.4.2 Limitations of FET switches 174 3.4.3 Some FET analog switch examples 182 3.4.4 MOSFET logic switches 184 3.5 Power MOSFETs 187 3.5.1 High impedance, thermal stability 187 3.5.2 Power MOSFET switching parameters 192

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    3.5.3 Power switching from logic levels 192 3.5.4 Power switching cautions 196 3.5.5 MOSFETs versus BJTs as high-current switches 201 3.5.6 Some power MOSFET circuit examples 202 3.5.7 IGBTs and other power semiconductors 207 3.6 MOSFETs in linear applications 208 3.6.1 High-voltage piezo amplifier 208 3.6.2 Some depletion-mode circuits 209 3.6.3 Paralleling MOSFETs 212 3.6.4 Thermal runaway 214 Review of Chapter 3 219

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    Часть 4    Операционные усилители

    Часть 5    Точные схемы

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    Часть 6    Фильтры

    Часть 7    Генераторы и таймеры

    Часть 8    Проектирование малошумящей аппаратуры

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    Часть 9    Регуляторы напряжения и преобразователи мощности

    TEN: Digital Logic

    • TEN: Digital Logic 703
    10.1 Basic logic concepts 703 10.1.1 Digital versus analog 703 10.1.2 Logic states 704 10.1.3 Number codes 705 10.1.4 Gates and truth tables 708 10.1.5 Discrete circuits for gates 711 10.1.6 Gate-logic example 712 10.1.7 Assertion-level logic notation 713 10.2 Digital integrated circuits: CMOS and Bipolar ( TTL ) 714 10.2.1 Catalog of common gates 715 10.2.2 IC gate circuits 717 10.2.3 CMOS and bipolar (“TTL”) characteristics 718

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    10.2.4 Three-state and open-collector devices 720 10.3 Combinational logic 722 10.3.1 Logic identities 722 10.3.2 Minimization and Karnaugh maps 723 10.3.3 Combinational functions available as ICs 724 10.4 Sequential logic 728 10.4.1 Devices with memory: flip-flops 728 10.4.2 Clocked flip-flops 730 10.4.3 Combining memory and gates: sequential logic 734 10.4.4 Synchronizer 737 10.4.5 Monostable multivibrator 739 10.4.6 Single-pulse generation with flip-flops and counters 739 10.5 Sequential functions available as inte-grated circuits 740 10.5.1 Latches and registers 740 10.5.2 Counters 741 10.5.3 Shift registers 744 10.5.4 Programmable logic devices 745 10.5.5 Miscellaneous sequential functions 746 10.6 Some typical digital circuits 748 10.6.1 Modulo-n counter: a timing example 748 10.6.2 Multiplexed LED digital display 751 10.6.3 An n-pulse generator 752 10.7 Micropower digital design 753 10.7.1 Keeping CMOS low power 754 10.8 Logic pathology 755 10.8.1 dc problems 755 10.8.2 Switching problems 756 10.8.3 Congenital weaknesses of TTL and CMOS 758 Additional Exercises for Chapter 10 760 Review of Chapter 10 762

    ELEVEN: Programmable Logic Devices

  • ELEVEN: Programmable Logic Devices 764
  • 11.1 A brief history 764 11.2 The hardware 765 11.2.1 The basic PAL 765 11.2.2 ThePLA 768 11.2.3 The FPGA 768 11.2.4 The configuration memory 769 11.2.5 Other programmable logic devices 769 11.2.6 The software 769 11.3 An example: pseudorandom byte genera-tor 770 11.3.1 How to make pseudorandom bytes 771 11.3.2 Implementation in standard logic 772 11.3.3 Implementation with programmable logic 772 11.3.4 Programmable logic - HDL entry 775 11.3.5 Implementation with a microcontroller 777 11.4 Advice 782 11.4.1 By Technologies 782 11.4.2 By User Communities 785 Review of Chapter 11 787

    Часть 12    Сопряжение логических сигналов

    Часть 13    Аналогово-цифровые преобразования

    FOURTEEN: Computers, Controllers, and Data Links

  • FOURTEEN: Computers, Controllers, and Data Links 989
  • 14.1 Computer architecture: CPU and data bus 990 14.1.1 CPU 990 14.1.2 Memory 991 14.1.3 Mass memory 991 14.1.4 Graphics, network, parallel, and serial ports 992 14.1.5 Real-time I/O 992 14.1.6 Data bus 992 14.2 A computer instruction set 993 14.2.1 Assembly language and machine language 993 14.2.2 Simplified “x86” instruction set 993 14.2.3 A programming example 996 14.3 Bus signals and interfacing 997 14.3.1 Fundamental bus signals: data, address, strobe 997 14.3.2 Programmed I/O: data out 998 14.3.3 Programming the XY vector display 1000 14.3.4 Programmed I/O: data in 1001 14.3.5 Programmed I/O: status registers 1002 14.3.6 Programmed I/O: command registers 1004 14.3.7 Interrupts 1005 14.3.8 Interrupt handling 1006 14.3.9 Interrupts in general 1008 14.3.10 Direct memory access 1010 14.3.11 Summary of PC104/ISA 8-bit bus signals 1012 14.3.12 The PC104 as an embedded single-board computer 1013 14.4 Memory types 1014 14.4.1 Volatile and non-volatile memory 1014 14.4.2 Static versus dynamic RAM 1015 14.4.3 Static RAM 1016 14.4.4 Dynamic RAM 1018 14.4.5 Nonvolatile memory 1021 14.4.6 Memory wrapup 1026 14.5 Other buses and data links: overview 1027 14.6 Parallel buses and data links 1028 14.6.1 Parallel chip “bus” interface - an example 1028

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    14.6.2 Parallel chip data links - two high-speed examples 1030 14.6.3 Other parallel computer buses 1030 14.6.4 Parallel peripheral buses and data links 1031 14.7 Serial buses and data links 1032 14.7.1 SPI 1032 14.7.2 I2C 2-wire interface (“TWI”) 1034 14.7.3 Dallas-Maxim “1-wire” serial interface 1035 14.7.4 JTAG 1036 14.7.5 Clock-be-gone: clock recovery 1037 14.7.6 SATA, eSATA, and SAS 1037 14.7.7 PCI Express 1037 14.7.8 Asynchronous serial ( RS-232, RS-485 ) 1038 14.7.9 Manchester coding 1039 14.7.10 Biphase coding 1041 14.7.11 RLL binary: bit stuffing 1041 14.7.12 RLL coding: 8b/10b and others 1041 14.7.13 USB 1042 14.7.14 FireWire 1042 14.7.15 Controller Area Network ( CAN ) 1043 14.7.16 Ethernet 1045 14.8 Number formats 1046 14.8.1 Integers 1046 14.8.2 Floating-point numbers 1047 Review of Chapter 14 1049

    FIFTEEN: Microcontrollers

  • FIFTEEN: Microcontrollers 1053
  • 15.1 Introduction 1053 15.2 Design example 1: suntan monitor ( V) 1054 15.2.1 Implementation with a microcontroller 1054 15.2.2 Microcontroller code (“firmware”) 1056 15.3 Overview of popular microcontroller fam-ilies 1059 15.3.1 On-chip peripherals 1061 15.4 Design example 2: ac power control 1062 15.4.1 Microcontroller implementation 1062 15.4.2 Microcontroller code 1064 15.5 Design example 3: frequency synthesizer 1065 15.5.1 Microcontroller code 1067 15.6 Design example 4: thermal controller 1069 15.6.1 The hardware 1070 15.6.2 The control loop 1074 15.6.3 Microcontroller code 1075 15.7 Design example 5: stabilized mechanical platform 1077 15.8 Peripheral ICs for microcontrollers 1078 15.8.1 Peripherals with direct connection 1079 15.8.2 Peripherals with SPI connection 1082 15.8.3 Peripherals with I2C connection 1084 15.8.4 Some important hardware constraints 1086 15.9 Development environment 1086 15.9.1 Software 1086 15.9.2 Real-time programming constraints 1088 15.9.3 Hardware 1089 15.9.4 The Arduino Project 1092 15.10 Wrapup 1092 15.10.1 How expensive are the tools? 1092 15.10.2 When to use microcontrollers 1093 15.10.3 How to select a microcontroller 1094 15.10.4 A parting shot 1094 Review of Chapter 15 1095
  • APPENDIX A: Math Review 1097
  • A.1 Trigonometry, exponentials, and logarithms 1097 A.2 Complex numbers 1097 A.3 Differentiation ( Calculus ) 1099 A.3.1 Derivatives of some common functions 1099 A.3.2 Some rules for combining derivatives 1100 A.3.3 Some examples of differentiation 1100
  • APPENDIX B: How to Draw Schematic Diagrams 1101
  • B.1 General principles 1101 B.2 Rules 1101 B.3 Hints 1103 B.4 A humble example 1103
  • APPENDIX C: Resistor Types 1104
  • C.1 Some history 1104 C.2 Available resistance values 1104 C.3 Resistance marking 1105 C.4 Resistor types 1105 C.5 Confusion derby 1105

    Приложение D    Теорема Тевенина

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  • APPENDIX E: LC Butterworth Filters 1109
  • E.1 Lowpass filter 1109 E.2 Highpass filter 1109 E.3 Filter examples 1109

    Приложение F    Нагрузочные линии

    Приложение G    Характериограф

    Приложение H    Линии передачи и согласование импедансов

  • APPENDIX I: Television: A Compact Tutorial 1131
  • I.1 Television: video plus audio 1131 I.1.1 The audio 1131 I.1.2 The video 1132 I.2 Combining and sending the audio + video: modulation 1133 1.3 Recording analog-format broadcast or ca-ble television 1135 1.4 Digital television: what is it? 1136 1.5 Digital television: broadcast and cable de-livery 1138 1.6 Direct satellite television 1139 1.7 Digital video streaming over internet 1140 1.8 Digital cable: premium services and con-ditional access 1141 1.8.1 Digital cable: video-on-demand 1141 1.8.2 Digital cable: switched broadcast 1142 1.9 Recording digital television 1142 1.10 Display technology 1142 1.11 Video connections: analog and digital 1143

    Приложение J    SPICE Primer: работа со свободной демо-версией ICAP/4

  • APPENDIX K: “Where Do I Go to Buy Elec-tronic Goodies?” 1150
  • APPENDIX L: Workbench Instruments and Tools 1152
  • APPENDIX M: Catalogs, Magazines, Data-books 1153
  • APPENDIX N: Further Reading and Refer-ences 1154
  • APPENDIX O: The Oscilloscope 1158
  • O.1 The analog oscilloscope 1158 O.1.1 Vertical 1158 O.1.2 Horizontal 1158 O.1.3 Triggering 1159 O.1.4 Hints for beginners 1160 O.1.5 Probes 1160 O.1.6 Grounds 1161 O.1.7 Other analog scope features 1161 O.2 The digital oscilloscope 1162

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    O.2.1 What’s different? 1162 O.2.2 Some cautions 1164
  • APPENDIX P: Acronyms and Abbreviations 1166
  • AoE2 Приложение G    Насыщение транзистора

  • Index 1171
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  • 1.1. Representative Diodes. 32 2.1. Representative Bipolar Transistors. 74 2.2. Bipolar Power Transistors. 106 3.1. JFET Mini-table. 141 3.2. Selected Fast JFET-input Op-amps. 155 3.3. Analog Switches. 176 3.4a. MOSFETs - Small n-channel ( to 250 V), and p-channel ( to 100 V). 188 3.4b. n-channel Power MOSFETs, 55 V to 4500 V. 189 3.5. MOSFET Switch Candidates. 206 3.6. Depletion-mode n-channel MOSFETs. 210 3.7. Junction Field-Effect Transistors ( JFETs ). 217 3.8. Low-side MOSFET Gate Drivers. 218 4.1. Op-amp Parameters. 245 4.2a. Representative Operational Amplifiers. 271 4.2b. Monolithic Power and High-voltage Op-amps. 272 5.1. Millivoltmeter Candidate Op-amps. 296 5.2. Representative Precision Op-amps. 302 5.3. Nine Low-input-current Op-amps. 303 5.4. Representative High-speed Op-amps. 310 5.5. “Seven” Precision Op-amps: High Voltage. 320 5.6. Chopper and Auto-zero Op-amps. 335 5.7. Selected Difference Amplifiers. 353 5.8. Selected Instrumentation Amplifiers 363 5.9. Selected Programmable-gain Instrumentation Amplifiers. 370 5.10. Selected Differential Amplifiers. 375 6.1. Time-domain Performance Comparison for Lowpass Filters. 406 6.2. VCVS Lowpass Filters. 408 7.1. 555-type Oscillators. 430 7.2. Oscillator Types. 452 7.3. Monostable Multivibrators. 462 7.4. “Type 123” Monostable Timing. 463 8.1a. Low-noise Bipolar Transistors ( BJTs ). 501 8.1b. Dual Low-noise BJTs. 502 8.2. Low-noise Junction FETs ( JFETs ). 516 8.3a. Low-noise BJT-input Op-amps. 522 8.3b. Low-noise FET-input Op-amps. 523 8.3c. High-speed Low-noise Op-amps. 524 8.4. Noise Integrals. 564 8.5. Auto-zero Noise Measurements. 569 9.1. 7800-style Fixed Regulators. 602 9.2. Three-terminal Adjustable Voltage Regulators ( LM317-style ). 605 9.3. Low-dropout Linear Voltage Regulators. 614 9.4. Selected Charge-pump Converters. 640 9.5a. Voltage-mode Integrated Switching Regulators. 653 9.5b. Selected Current-mode Integrated Switching Regulators. 654 9.6. External-switch Controllers. 658 9.7. Shunt ( 2-terminal) Voltage References. 677 9.8. Series ( 3-terminal) Voltage References. 678 9.9. Battery Choices. 689 9.10. Energy Storage: Capacitor Versus Battery. 690 10.1. Selected Logic Families. 706 10.2. 4-bit Signed Integers in Three Systems of Representation. 707 10.3. Standard Logic Gates. 716 10.4. Logic Identities. 722 10.5. Selected Counter ICs. 742 10.6. Selected Reset/Supervisors. 756 12.1. Representative Comparators. 812 12.2. Comparators. 813 12.3. Power Logic Registers. 819 12.4. A Few Protected MOSFETs. 825 12.5. Selected High-side Switches. 826 12.6. Selected Panel-mount LEDs. 832 13.1. Six Digital-to-analog Converters. 889 13.2. Selected Digital-to-analog Converters. 893 13.3. Multiplying DACs. 894 13.4. Selected Fast ADCs. 905 13.5. Successive-approximation ADCs. 910 13.6. Selected Micropower ADCs. 916 13.7. 4053-style SPDT Switches. 917 13.8. Agilent’s Multislope III ADCs. 921 13.9. Selected Delta-sigma ADCs. 935 13.10. Audio Delta-sigma ADCs. 937 13.11. Audio ADCs. 939 13.12. Speciality ADCs. 942

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    13.13. Phase-locked Loop ICs. 972 13.14. Single-tap LFSRs. 976 13.15. LFSRs with Length a Multiple of 8. 976 14.1. Simplified x86 Instruction Set. 994 14.2. PC104/ISA Bus Signals. 1013 14.3. Common Buses and Data Links. 1029 14.4. RS-232 Signals. 1039 14.5. ASCII Codes. 1040 C.1. Selected Resistor Types. 1106 E.1. Butterworth Lowpass Filters. 1110 H.1. Pi and T Attenuators. 1124 cover

    Часть 13 Аналогово-цифровые преобразования