Practical Analog and RF Electronics

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This is a book about real-world techniques in designing analog circuits: amplifiers, filters, injection-locked oscillators, phase-locked loops, trans impedance amplifiers, group delay correction circuits, notch filters, and spectrum regrowth in digital RF transmitters, etc.

The book offers practical solutions to analog and RF problems, helping the reader to achieve high performance circuit and system design. A variety of issues is covered such as:

How to flatten group delay of filters

How to use reciprocity to advantage

How to neutralize a parasitic capacitance

How to deepen a notch by adding only two components to the network

How to demodulate a signal using the secant waveform and its benefit

How to flatten the frequency response of a diode detector

When to use a transimpedance amplifier and how to maximize its performance

How to recover NRZ data when AC coupling is required

Why phase noise corrupts adjacent communication channels

Simple method to prevent false locking in phase locked loops

How to improve the bandwidth of amplification by using current conveyors

A very simple impedance matching technique requiring only one reactive component

How to use optimization

Quadrature distortion and cross-rail interference

This book is meant to be a handbook (or a supplemental textbook) for students and practitioners in the design of analog and RF circuitry with primary emphasis on practical albeit sometimes unorthodox circuit realizations. Equations and behavioral simulations result in an abundance of illustrations, following a "words and pictures" easy-to-understand approach. Teachers will find the book an important supplement to a standard analog and RF course, or it may stand alone as a textbook. Working engineers may find it useful as a handbook by bookmarking some of the step-by-step procedures, e.g. the section on simplified impedance matching or group delay flattening.