Tolerance Analysis of Electronic Circuits Using Matlab / Edition 1

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Overview

Written for the practicing electronics professional, Tolerance Analysis of Electronic Circuits Using MATLAB offers a comprehensive, step-by-step treatment of methods used to perform analyses essential to the design process of circuit cards and systems of cards, including:

  • worst-case analysis,
  • limits for production testing,
  • component stress analysis,
  • determining if a design meets specification limits, and
  • manufacturing yield analysis
    Using a practical approach that allows engineers and technicians to put the techniques directly into practice, the author presents the mathematical procedures used to determine performance limits. The topics and techniques discussed include extreme value and root-sum-square analysis using symmetric and asymmetric tolerance, Monte Carlo analysis using normal and uniform distributions, sensitivity formulas, tolerance analyses of opamp offsets, and anomalies of high-Q ac circuits.

"...offers a comprehensive, step-by-step treatment of methods used to perform analysis essential to the design process of circuit cards & systems of cards, including worst-case analysis."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849322761
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 6/8/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Table of Contents

PART 1: ROOT-SUM-SQUARE AND EXTREME VALUE ANALYSIS
Derivatives and Sensitivities
Approximate Derivatives and Sensitivities
Tolerance Analysis of a DC Differential Amplifier
MATLAB M-File diffamp.m
Nominal Output = Zero
Combined Gain and Offset Analysis
More Complicated Circuits
Tolerance Analysis of AC Circuits
Tolerance Analysis of Bandpass Filter
Bandpass Filter with Asymmetric Tolerances
Lowpass Filter
Spice Results Compared
Tolerance Analysis of Stability
PART 2: MONTE CARLO ANALYSIS
General Comments Concerning RSS
Uniform vs. Gaussian Distribution
Ratiometric Tolerances
MCA of Opamp dc Offsets
MCA of RTD Circuit
MCA of Bandpass Filter (BPF) Circuit
Fast Monte Carlo Analysis
Sallen and Key BPF
More MCA/FMCA Examples
LTC 1562 BPF
MFB All-Pass Filter
NS MF10 Switched Capacitor Filters
Buffered 60-Hz Notch Filter
APPENDIX
Derivation of the RSS Equation
BPF Sensitivity Expressions
Confidence Intervals
Percent Yield
Mathematical Curios
M-File Listings
REFERENCES

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