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  • Wideband Amplifier Design
    Wideband Amplifier Design. Using a combination of simulation programs to compare real circuit performance to simulated data, this book develops the theory and pragmatic techniques needed to understand wideband amplifier design using the simplest models possible.
  • Electronic Devices and Amplifier Circuits
    Electronic Devices and Amplifier Circuits. This comprehensive text describes just about all semiconductor devices and their industrial applications illustrated with numerous practical examples, and detailed instructions for using MATLAB to obtain accurate and quick solutions.
  • Small Signal Microwave Amplifier Design
    Small Signal Microwave Amplifier Design. Filled with examples to apply the knowledge you've gained, this thorough guide explains techniques for designing stable amplifiers for high-frequency applications in which the signal is small and the amplifier circuit is linear.
  • Selecting antenna/power amplifier combinations
    Selecting antenna/power amplifier combinations for the coming new RF immunity standards.
  • Operational Amplifier AC Specifications and Applications
    This application note defines the ac specifications of voltage feedback operational amplifiers (Op Amps). Directly following these definitions, related amplifier circuits are given where the ramifications of the particular specifications causes less than optimum circuit performance
  • Operational Amplifier Topologies and DC Specifications
    Operational amplifiers (op amps) are as prolific in analog circuits as salt and pepper is on food. They are sprinkled throughout the sensor data acquisition system, performing a variety of functions. For instance, at the sensor interface, amplifiers are used to buffer and gain the sensor output
  • Sensing Light with a Programmable Gain Amplifier
    Photo sensors bridge the gap between light and electronics. Microchip's Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGAs) are not well suited for precision applications (such as CT scanners), but they can be effectively used in position photo sensing applications minus the headaches of amplifier stability. When
  • Model 751ELN vs the Guard-Dragger Amplifier
    In a guard-dragger amplifier, the preamplifier is tied directly to the guard. Ectron's Model 751ELN amplifier instead uses a common-mode amplifier to drive the preamplifier circuitry, eliminating much of the loading problem on the external shield.

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