Analog Electronics (Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing) – D. Crecraft, S. Gergely – 1st Edition


Analog Electronics is a core undergraduate textbook that takes a thoroughly up-to-date approach to analog electronics and its role in digital systems, RF and wireless design, including an emphasis on signal processing. This complements the requirements of digital systems course modules, while delivering the core analog curriculum in a motivating and relevant way.

Throughout the book the learning process is supported by a variety of self-assessment questions and exercises including computer-based work, using spreadsheets and SPICE-like simulations.

The content has been carefully designed to meet the requirements of first and second year students of electronic engineering, communications engineering and telecommunications, following full honours degree programs or two-year courses including HNC/HND.

Table of Contents

Chapter 2 Signals and signal processing 13
Chapter 3 Amplifiers and feedback 72
Chapter 4 Signal processing with operational amplifiers 97
Chapter 5 Diode and transistor circuits 109
Chapter 6 Design of operation amplifiers op amps 132
Chapter 7 Analogtodigital and digitaltoanalog conversion 156
Chapter 8 Audiofrequency power amplifiers 180
Chapter 9 Radio communication techniques 200
Chapter 10 Filters 233
Chapter 11 Signal generation 263
Chapter 12 Interconnections 282
Chapter 13 Power supplies 324
Answers to SAQs 369
Index 414

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