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For a volume under active revision, one edition per year is normal. Minor changes I make such as typographical error correction and stylistic changes to the text do not warrant increments to this date. New topics added to the text, as well as any outside contributions, are the minimum change level warranting a new revision date. The "Minor revision" date reflects minor error corrections: typographical, spelling, minor changes not involving addition of new content.
See changelog for details. Like to see an example of an error submission to allaboutcircuits. Otherwise, see Contacts section for address to submit corrections. Click here for a detailed changelog of all books. Note to instructors: My commitment to those using these texts as student resources in instructional curricula is to never delete subject matter content as the books evolve through succeeding revisions and editions.
New subjects will be added, and existing subjects expanded in coverage, but I will never omit "old" subjects. My experience is that even "obsolete" subjects in electronics hold important lessons for students, and sometimes serve to catalyze creativity in new design work. Unlike publishers, who must consider the page count printing costs of a book, my publication costs are zero. Instructors may pattern their lesson plans around the subjects contained in this book series without being forced to change their plans as the series matures.
Interested in contributing to this project? Click here. November 01, Thank-you to David Zitzelsberger, who bears the distinction of being the second contributor to submit an entire chapter! This brings the Digital volume IV nearly to completion.
July 2, , Volume 3, Semiconductors, incomplete chapters and sections are being completed over the next year or two. Chapter 1 is proofread and has a new "Attenuator" section.
Chapter 2 and 3 have been completed, but need proofreading. Please submit errors and corrections to the forum thread at Ch 2. Warren Young has written "Input to output phase shift" for chapter 8, Operational amplifiers.
Read all about it. Expect Chapter 4, "Bipolar junction transistors" in a few months. See changelog.
The PDF version has floating captioned figures. Not much change in the appearance of the HTML version.
No plans to reformat the other volumes due to the labor involved-- unless there is a lot of interest in printing them.
Some new content in the new AC motors chapter. March 6;The pdf version of volumes are now more navigable with hyperlinks- bookmarks. January 1; -- All volumes have a mini table of contents at chapter head, see changelog. Volume 2 has a new AC motors chapter.
Crunkilton June 21, ; revised October 30 -- All volumes have at least minor corrections, see changelog. Volume 3 has a new Shift Registers Chapter. Spice plots have been replaced by Spice-nutmeg graphic plots, improving the appearance of volumes 2, and 3.
It has come to my attention that I can no longer continue my role as project coordinator and primary author for this textbook series.
My life has simply become too busy, and I lack the free time necessary to do a good job administrating this project. See goodnews and badnews for more details. The broad approach in this work is to understand the complete systems and appreciate their interfacing aspects, embracing many digital circuit blocks coupled with the mixed signal circuitry in complete systems.
A large amount of published material from industry and academia has been used in this book.
The work and organisations that deserve strong acknowledgments are: 1. Many published text books for the material in Chapter 1.
Analog Devices, Inc. I am very thankful to the tireless attempts by the following for creating figures, word processing, etc. Pawan Shestra and David Nicholls, from our own technical staff at the University of Waikato, and Heidi Eschmann from the department administration. Postgraduate student Zhou Weiqian and undergraduate student Ben Haughey. Dulsha, Malsha, and Rajith, from the family.
My special gratitude is extended to my chapter authors Shantha Fernando Shantha, after many years since our ACCMT days you made me feel part of a good team work again across the Tasman sea! I am also very indebted to our postgraduate student Chandani Jinadasa for her assistance in checking my proof reading comments. For the copyright permission for certain contents in the book I am very thankful to the following: 1.
Rich Fassler of Power Integrations Inc. John Hamburger of Linear Technology Inc.
Mike Phipps and Hamish Rawnsley of Altera 9. Yvette Huygen of Synopsys Inc. Joseph P.
I am particularly thankful to publisher Nora Konopka for her understanding and the support to get the project Acknowledgments xv moving smoothly.
I am very grateful to Robert Sims and the Production staff for their assistance in solving difficult problems during the production of the work. I am very glad to mention that the Editorial and Production group of the CRC Press is a very understanding team, and it was a great pleasure to work with them.
Since moving to Hamilton, New Zealand, to work at the University of Waikato, I am privileged to work with a very friendly team of colleagues who give me lots of encouragement for my work.
Thank you so much for your encouragement in my work. Nihal Kularatna November Contributors Dr. With the unprecedented advancement of semiconductors, today a designer has many choices of components. Although keeping track of all the new integrated circuits ICs appearing on the market is a difficult task, it may be particularly useful if design challenges include miniaturization of the overall product.
Passive components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, and transformers need to be mixed effectively and optimally with semiconductor components in building a particular circuit. This is real electronics.
That is the world of mixed signal electronics, where analog-to-digital conversion, and vice versa, occurs. In this book, emphasis is placed on the analog world of electronics together with the mixed signal domain of design. In dealing with the challenges we face in the process of design and development, a few essential fundamentals need to be reviewed. This chapter reviews the essentials so that designers can comfortably link theory and practice.
The reader can find details related to theory and analysis in standard textbooks used for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Deriving from these basic laws the most commonly used equivalent circuits, such as the Thevenin and Norton forms, allows us to simplify many complex circuit blocks, provided that we use reasonable assumptions to simplify each case. For example, a transducer such as a microphone may be simplified as a voltage source in series with a resistor, giving us the familiar Thevenin or Norton form as in Figure 1.
Similarly, a regulated direct current DC power supply may be represented by its Thevenin equivalent to explain the essential characteristics defined in its specifications discussed later in Chapter 2.
Another is that if we replace the voltage or current sources with their internal resistances to calculate the equivalent resistance, Rs, these sources need be independent ones.
Another reminder is to take care when calculating Rs in circuits where dependent voltage or current circuits exist.