Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design – Donald A. Neamen – 2nd Edition

This junior-level electronics text provides a foundation for analyzing and designing analog and digital electronic circuits. Computer analysis and design are recognized as significant factors in electronics throughout the .

The use of computer tools is presented carefully, alongside the important hand analysis and calculations. The author, Don Neamen, has many years experience as an enginering educator and an engineer. His experience shines through each chapter of the book, rich with realistic examples and practical rules of thumb. The book is divided into three parts.

Part 1 covers semiconductor devices and circuit applications. Part 2 covers more in analog electronics, and Part 3 considers digital electronic circuits.

Part 1 – Semiconductor Devices and Basic Applications

Chapter 1 – Semiconductor Materials and Diodes
Chapter 2 – Diode Circuits
Chapter 3 – The Bipolar Junction Transistor
Chapter 4 – Basic BJT Amplifiers
Chapter 5 – The Field Effect Transistor
Chapter 6 – Basic FET Amplifiers
Chapter 7 – Frequency Response
Chapter 8 – Basic Electronic Circuits: Applications and Design

Part 2 – Analog Electronics

Chapter 9 – The Ideal Operational
Chapter 10 – Integrated Circuits: Advanced
Chapter 11 – Differential and Multistage Amplifiers
Chapter 12 – Feedback and Stability
Chapter 13 – Analog Integrated Circuits
Chapter 14 – Nonideal Effects in Analog Integrated Circuits
Chapter 15 – Applications and Design of Integrated Circuits

Part 3 – Digital Electronics

Chapter 16 – FET Digital Circuits
Chapter 17 – Bipolar Digital Circuits

Title: Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design
Author: Donald A. Neamen
Edition: 2nd Edition
ISBN: 0395326168 | 9780395326169
Type: Solution Manual
Language: English

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