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Analog circuits are different. The path you take to the end result affects the end result. Analog involves real-world parameters, real-world signals, and real-world measurements. The signal path from beginning to end operates on the input whether for amplification, detection, conversion, or any other function. The way we achieve that operation is important. Since it is the circuitry that operates on an analog signal, the circuitry leaves its stamp on the output signal. Real-world degradation of analog signals is easy to assess. Noise can increase, distortion can occur, voltage accuracy can worsen, and drifts can be introduced. Since the impact on the signal is a function of the circuitry used to operate the signal, optimizing an analog circuit is very important. It is relatively easy to see how an audio signal can be damaged by having the wrong circuitry. For example, the ultimate audio is a straight wire with gain. The next best is using really good op-amps. If the circuit uses a low-cost general-purpose op amp with limited bandwidth, there is an increase in noise and distortion. Replace that op-amp with a high-speed, low-noise amplifier and we get closer to the ideal. But, less well-known circuits are also subject to noise problems. For example, a temperature measurement bridge is made of three stable resistors and a temperature sensor. One might think that using a high gain, low noise amplifier is the only thing needed to give the best result. If we start to analyze the effects of the power supply, we see that power supply characteristics can be as important as the amplifier. If the bridge is perfectly balanced, there is no signal at the output and small changes to the bridge’s power supply don’t affect the output. But as temperature changes, the sensor changes and the bridge is not always balanced. We amplify the electrical output from the bridge to obtain our temperature. This means that changes in the power supply affect the output of the bridge. We need to have a stable reference powering the bridge. Also, the noise on the supply will appear at the output and the noise will be a function of how much the bridge is out of balance. A real-world example of this is using a bridge with a 24-bit analog-to-digital converter. The 24-bit analog-to-digital converter has a huge range on its input, so there is sufficient resolution of the temperature without offsetting and gaining the output of the bridge. But since we are looking at a small portion of the span—because we have enough resolution with 24-bit—we need to be very careful of the noise injected into the bridge. Our desired signal can be small and if there’s too much noise on the power supply, it can show up on our output. Experienced analog designers will realize some of the ancillary problems that can occur at the beginning of a design cycle. If the designer is inexperienced, it may take simulations and even breadboards to achieve a high-performance design. So having large numbers of finished analog circuits done by experienced designers is a great resource for providing well-thought-out starting points. The teaching designs in this Design Note Collection help bring new designers up to speed and give experienced designers a starting point for even more sophisticated designs. This book has two purposes: to speed up designs by presenting finished examples, as well as providing a teaching resource for designers. We hope this contributes in some way to future elegant analog circuit designs.

Contents Of The Book :

PART 1 Power Management
Section 1 Power Management Design 
Section 2 Microprocessor Power Design
Section 3 Switching Regulator Basics 
Section 4 Switching Regulator Design: Buck (Step-Down)
Section 5 Switching Regulator Design: Boost Converters
Section 6 Switching Regulator Design: DC/DC Controllers
Section 7 Switching Regulator Design: Buck-Boost Controllers
Section 8 Linear Regulator Design
Section 9 Micromodule (µModule) Power Design
Section 10 Switching Regulators for Isolated Power Design
Section 11 Power Control & Ideal Diode Design 
Section 12 Battery Management
Section 13 Energy Harvesting & Solar Power Circuits 
Section 14 Charge Pump DC/DC Converter Design 
Section 15 Flyback Converter Design
Section 16 Supercapacitor Charging 
Section 17 Current Source Design 
Section 18 Hot Swap and Circuit Protection 
Section 19 Power over Ethernet 
Section 20 System Monitoring and Control 
Section 21 Powering LED Lighting & Other Illumination Devices
Section 22 Automotive and Industrial Power Design
Section 23 Video Design Solutions
PART 2 Mixed Signa
Section 1 Data Conversion: Analog-to-Digital 
Section 2 Data Conversion: Digital-to-Analog 
Section 3 Data Acquisition
Section 4 Communications Interface Design
Section 5 Instrumentation Design 
PART 3 Signal Conditioning 
Section 1 Operational Amplifier Design Techniques
Section 2 Special Function Amplifier Design
Section 3 Voltage Reference Design
Section 4 Filter Design
Section 5 Comparator Design Techniques
Section 6 System Timing Design
Section 7 RMS to DC Conversion
PART 4 Wireless, RF & Communications Design 

Information Of The Book :

Title: Analog Circuit Design Volume Three Design Note Collection PDF
Size: 53 Mb
Pages: 1145
Year : 2014
Format: PDF
Language : English
Author: Intellin Organization