Fundamentals of Electronic Circuit Design


Fundamentals of Electronic Circuit Design

TOC

1 The Basics
1.1 Voltage and Current
1.2 Resistance and Power
1.3 Sources of Electrical Energy
1.4 Ground
1.5 Electrical Signals
1.6 Electronic Circuits as Linear Systems

2 Fundamental Components: Resistors, capacitors, and Inductors
2.1 Resistor
2.2 Capacitors
2.3 Inductors

3 Impedance and s-Domain Circuits
3.1 The Notion of Impedance
3.2 The Impedance of a Capacitor
3.3 Simple RC filters
3.4 The Impedance of an Inductor
3.5 Simple RL Filters
3.6 s-Domain Analysis
3.7 s-Domain Analysis Example
3.8 Simplification Techniques for Determining the Transfer Function
3.8.1 Superposition
3.8.2 Dominant Impedance Approximation
3.8.3 Redrawing Circuits in Different Frequency Ranges

4 Source and Load
4.1 Practical Voltage and Current Sources
4.2 Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits
4.3 Source and Load Model of Electronic Circuits

5 Critical Terminology
5.1 Buffer
5.2 Bias
5.3 Couple

6 Diodes
6.1 Diode Basics
6.2 Diode circuits

6.2.1 Peak Detector
6.2.2 LED Circuit
6.2.3 Voltage Reference

7 Transistors
7.1 Bipolar Junction Transistors
7.2 Field-effect Transistors

8 Operational Amplifiers
8.1 Op amp Basics
8.2 Op amp circuits
8.2.1 non-inverting amplifier
8.2.2 inverting amplifier
8.2.3 signal offset

9 Filters
9.1 The Decibel Scale
9.2 Single-pole Passive Filters
9.3 Metrics for Filter Design
9.4 Two-pole Passive Filters
9.5 Active Filters
9.5.1 First order low pass
9.5.2 First order high pass
9.5.3 Second order low pass
9.5.4 Second order high pass
9.5.5 Bandpass

10 Feedback
10.1 Feedback basics
10.2 Feedback analysis – Block diagrams
10.3 Non-inverting amplifier
10.4 Inverting amplifier
10.5 Precision peak detector
10.6 Opamp frequency response
10.7 Stability analysis

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