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Overview

This text is an unbound, binder-ready edition.

By helping students develop an intuitive understanding of the subject, Fundamentals of Microelectronics teaches them to think like engineers. The second edition of Razavis Fundamentals of Microelectronics retains its hallmark emphasis on analysis by inspection and building students design intuition. It incorporates a host of new pedagogical features that make the book easy to teach and learn from, including application sidebars; self-check problems with answers; simulation problems with SPICE and MULTISIM; and an expanded problem set that is organized by degree of difficulty and clearly associated with specific chapter sections.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471478461
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/28/2008
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 960
  • Product dimensions: 8.17 (w) x 10.26 (h) x 1.47 (d)

Meet the Author

Behzad Razavi is an award-winning teacher, researcher, and author. He holds a Ph.D. degree from Stanford University and has been Professor of Electrical Engineering at University of California, Los Angeles, since 1996. His current research encompasses RF and wireless design, broadband data communication circuits, phase-locking phenomena, and data converter design.

Professor Razavi's research and teaching have garnered numerous awards. He received the Beatrice Winner Award for Editorial Excellence at the 1994 ISSCC, the best paper award at the 1994 European Solid-State Circuits Conference, the best panel award at the 1995 and 1997 ISSCC, the TRW Innovative Teaching Award in 1997, and the best paper award at the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference in 1998. He was the co-recipient of both the Hack Kilby Outstanding Student Paper Award and the Beatrice Winner Award for Editorial Excellence at teh 2001. International Solid-State Circuits conference (ISSCC). He received the Lockheed Martin Excellence in Teaching Award in 2006 and the UCLA Faculty Senate Teaching Award in 2007. He was also recognized as one of the top ten authors in the fifty-year history of ISSCC.

Professor Razavi is an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, a Fellow of IEEE, and the author of a number of books, including Principles of Data Conversion System Design, RF Microelectronics (translated to Chinese and Japanese), Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits (translated to Chinese and Japanese), Design of Integrated Circuits for Optical communications, and Fundamentals of Microelectronics. he is also the editor of Monolithic Phase-Locked Loops and Clock recovery circuits and Phase-Locking in High-Performance Systems.

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Table of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONICS 1

1.1 Electronics versus Microelectronics 1

1.2 Examples of Electronic Systems 2

1.3 Basic Concepts 8

1.4 Chapter Summary 20

2 BASIC PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS 21

2.1 Semiconductor Materials and Their Properties 22

2.2 pn Junction 35

2.3 Reverse Breakdown 53

2.4 Chapter Summary 54

Problems 55

SPICE Problems 58

3 DIODE MODELS AND CIRCUITS 59

3.1 Ideal Diode 59

3.2 pn Junction as a Diode 70

3.3 Additional Examples 72

3.4 Large-Signal and Small-Signal Operation 77

3.5 Applications of Diodes 86

3.6 Chapter Summary 112

Problems 113

SPICE Problems 120

4 PHYSICS OF BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS 122

4.1 General Considerations 122

4.2 Structure of Bipolar Transistor 124

4.3 Operation of Bipolar Transistor in Active Mode 125

4.4 Bipolar Transistor Models and Characteristics 133

4.5 Operation of Bipolar Transistor in Saturation Mode 150

4.6 The PNP Transistor 153

4.7 Chapter Summary 160

Problems 161

SPICE Problems 168

5 BIPOLAR AMPLIFIERS 170

5.1 General Considerations 170

5.2 Operating Point Analysis and Design 177

5.3 Bipolar Amplifier Topologies 195

5.4 Summary and Additional Examples 247

5.5 Chapter Summary 253

Problems 253

SPICE Problems 268

6 PHYSICS OF MOS TRANSISTORS 270

6.1 Structure of MOSFET 270

6.2 Operation of MOSFET 273

6.3 MOS Device Models 293

6.4 PMOS Transistor 296

6.5 CMOS Technology 298

6.6 Comparison of Bipolar and MOS Devices 299

6.7 Chapter Summary 299

Problems 300

SPICE Problems 307

7 CMOS AMPLIFIERS 309

7.1 General Considerations 309

7.2 Common-Source Stage 314

7.3 Common-Gate Stage 325

7.4 Source Follower 331

7.5 Summary and Additional Examples 336

7.6 Chapter Summary 340

Problems 340

SPICE Problems 352

8 OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER AS A BLACK BOX 354

8.1 General Considerations 355

8.2 Op-Amp-Based Circuits 357

8.3 Nonlinear Functions 370

8.4 Op Amp Nonidealities 373

8.5 Design Examples 385

8.6 Chapter Summary 387

Problems 388

SPICE Problems 394

9 CASCODE STAGES AND CURRENT MIRRORS 395

9.1 Cascode Stage 395

9.2 Current Mirrors 411

9.3 Chapter Summary 424

Problems 425

SPICE Problems 435

10 DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS 437

10.1 General Considerations 437

10.2 Bipolar Differential Pair 442

10.3 MOS Differential Pair 458

10.4 Cascode Differential Amplifiers 471

10.5 Common-Mode Rejection 475

10.6 Differential Pair with Active Load 479

10.7 Chapter Summary 487

Problems 488

SPICE Problems 500

11 FREQUENCY RESPONSE 502

11.1 Fundamental Concepts 502

11.2 High-Frequency Models of Transistors 517

11.3 Analysis Procedure 522

11.4 Frequency Response of CE and CS Stages 523

11.5 Frequency Response of CB and CG Stages 532

11.6 Frequency Response of Followers 535

11.7 Frequency Response of Cascode Stage 541

11.8 Frequency Response of Differential Pairs 546

11.9 Additional Examples 549

11.10 Chapter Summary 553

Problems 554

SPICE Problems 562

12 FEEDBACK 563

12.1 General Considerations 563

12.2 Properties of Negative Feedback 568

12.3 Types of Amplifiers 576

12.4 Sense and Return Techniques 579

12.5 Polarity of Feedback 582

12.6 Feedback Topologies 584

12.7 Effect of Nonideal I/O Impedances 600

12.8 Stability in Feedback Systems 613

12.9 Chapter Summary 627

Problems 628

SPICE Problems 639

13 OSCILLATORS 641

13.1 General Considerations 641

13.2 Ring Oscillators 644

13.3 LC Oscillators 648

13.4 Phase Shift Oscillator 657

13.5 Wien-Bridge Oscillator 660

13.6 Crystal Oscillators 661

13.7 Chapter Summary 667

Problems 667

SPICE Problems 672

14 OUTPUT STAGES AND POWER AMPLIFIERS 673

14.1 General Considerations 673

14.2 Emitter Follower as Power Amplifier 674

14.3 Push-Pull Stage 677

14.4 Improved Push-Pull Stage 680

14.5 Large-Signal Considerations 687

14.6 Short-Circuit Protection 692

14.7 Heat Dissipation 692

14.8 Efficiency 697

14.9 Power Amplifier Classes 699

14.10 Chapter Summary 700

Problems 701

SPICE Problems 705

15 ANALOG FILTERS 707

15.1 General Considerations 707

15.2 First-Order Filters 717

15.3 Second-Order Filters 720

15.4 Active Filters 729

15.5 Approximation of Filter Response 743

15.6 Chapter Summary 753

Problems 754

SPICE Problems 758

16 DIGITAL CMOS CIRCUITS 760

16.1 General Considerations 760

16.2 CMOS Inverter 773

16.3 CMOS NOR and NAND Gates 790

16.4 Chapter Summary 794

Problems 795

SPICE Problems 800

17 CMOS AMPLIFIERS 801

17.1 General Considerations 801

17.2 Operating Point Analysis and Design 808

17.3 CMOS Amplifier Topologies 818

17.4 Common-Source Topology 819

17.5 Additional Examples 855

17.6 Chapter Summary 859

Problems 860

SPICE Problems 871

Appendix A INTRODUCTION TO SPICE 873

Index 893

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2010

    Best as desk reference, not for independent learning

    Back in college, this was the defining text for circuit analysis. The author is very descriptive in his explanation of how to analyze BJT/CMOS circuits. However, it's usefulness without an instructor is limited.

    There are no solutions, save for the instructor solution manual. Therefore, students are at a loss when it comes to understanding what they did incorrectly in solving problems from this text. Independent study (outside of a classroom) is also very limited due to this deficiency (which is why I gave this textbook only 2 stars out of five). With at least some solutions available, it would be an otherwise excellent text. I would recommend buying this textbook with caution if you do not have previous experience/instruction in transistor circuit analysis.

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