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Reintroducing the largely forgotten parametric microwave circuit design technique to the RFIC design community, this book describes how reactive varactor-based amplifiers, mixers, and frequency converters can be designed in modern integrated circuit topologies. The text addresses the issue of integrated reactive RFIC design in a logical manner. It presents key technological trade-offs, the advantages and disadvantages of modern devices in potential parametric designs, and layout tips for optimal performance.
Beginning with a thorough discussion of electromagnetics, the book achieves two primary objectives. First, the book develops an understanding of electric and magnetic fields so that readers can connect the structure of electromagnetic fields to circuit structures and their lumped element models. Second, it allows the user to gain sufficient facility with electromagnetic waves to appreciate phenomena associated with waves traveling in circuits and on printed circuit boards such as reflection, transmission, dispersion, and loss.
This book provides a circuits and systems approach to the derivation and analysis of electrical machine dynamics, presenting one generalized method for describing and understanding the behavior of all electrical machines and their drives. Using practical MATLAB (R)- and Simulink (R)-based examples from motor control, renewable energy, and transportation systems, the text shows how to model transient and steady-state behaviors and covers electrical machinery control, the generation of control signals, and the transmission of these signals to electrical machines. Each chapter features homework problems for applied learning.
This book covers the fundamentals, designs, technologies, and measurements of the building blocks of monolithic radio frequency (RF), microwave, and mm-Wave integrated circuits for applications in modern communication and radar systems. It entails an in-depth presentation of all elements needed to design monolithic integrated circuits focusing on the use of III/V semiconductor technologies such as GaAs, GaN, and the like. It includes fundamental design principles and design methodologies and techniques as well as the choice of technology to be used.
Spintronics is a promising technology as one of the alternatives to the traditional memory technology. MRAM is one of the major applications of Spintronics. The authors offer the first comprehensive book on MRAM. It is structured to be a complete and updated guide for the readers. This book provides an overview of the state of the art, describes industrial applications, and presents original technologies in this rapidly-moving field. It covers aspects from physics, device, circuit, and system to application of MRAM. The book provides the necessary skills, tools and guidelines for different-level MRAM designers. It also summarizes the challenges and prospects of MRAM.
Provides the understanding and practical skills needed to develop and maintain an effective ESD control program for manufacturing, storage, and handling of ESD sensitive components This essential guide to ESD control programs explains the principles and practice of ESD control in an easily accessible way whilst also providing more depth and a wealth of references for those who want to gain a deeper knowledge of the subject. It describes static electricity and ESD principles such as triboelectrification, electrostatic fields, and induced voltages, with the minimum of theory or mathematics. It is designed for the reader to dip into as required, rather than need to read cover to cover. The ESD Control Program Handbook begins with definitions and commonly used terminology, followed by the principles of static electricity and ESD control. Chapter 3 discusses ESD susceptible electronic devices, and how ESD susceptibility of a component is measured. This is followed by the Seven habits of a highly effective ESD program , explaining the essential activities of an effective ESD control program. While most texts mainly address manual handling of ESD susceptible devices, Chapter 5 extends the discussion to ESD control in automated systems, processes and handling, which form a major part of modern electronic manufacture. Chapter 6 deals with requirements for compliance given by the IEC 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20 ESD control standards. Chapter 7 gives an overview of the selection, use, care and maintenance of equipment and furniture commonly used to control ESD risks. The chapter explains how these often work together as part of a system and must be specified with that in mind. ESD protective packaging is available in an extraordinary range of forms from bags, boxes and bubble wrap to tape and reel packaging for automated processes. The principles and practice of this widely misunderstood area of ESD control are introduced in Chapter 8. The thorny question of how to evaluate an ESD control program is addressed in Chapter 9 with a goal of compliance with a standard as well as effective control of ESD risks and possible customer perceptions. Whilst evaluating an existing ESD control program provides challenges, developing an ESD control program from scratch provides others. Chapter 10 gives an approach to this. Standard test methods used in compliance with ESD control standards are explained and simple test procedures given in Chapter 11. ESD Training has long been recognised as essential in maintaining effective ESD control. Chapter 12 discusses ways of covering essential topics and how to demonstrate static electricity in action. The book ends with a look at where ESD control may go in the near future. The ESD Control Program Handbook Gives readers a sound understanding of the subject to analyze the ESD control requirements of manufacturing processes, and develop an effective ESD control program Provides practical knowledge, as well as sufficient theory and background to understand the principles of ESD control Teaches how to track and identify how ESD risks arise, and how to identify fitting means for minimizing or eliminating them Emphasizes working with modern ESD control program standards IEC 61340-5-1 and ESD S20:20 The ESD Control Program Handbook is an invaluable reference for anyone tasked with setting up, evaluating, or maintaining an effective ESD control program, training personnel, or making ESD control related measurements. It would form an excellent basis for a University course on the subject as well as a guide and resource for industry professionals.
This book provides a platform to get started with Internet of Things (IoT) with 8051 including programming basics and interfacing of the devices in designed systems. It presents a unique combination of 8051 with ESP8266 and I/O devices for IoT applications supported by case studies to provide the solutions to real time problems. The programs and circuits are tested on real hardware and explore different areas in IoT applications. Divided into four sections, it explains the customized boards for IoT applications followed by interfacing of 8051 and ESP8266 with I/O devices. It describes basic to advanced interfacing with special devices, server design and data logger with different platforms. Aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical and electronics engineering, it: Covers 8051 and ESP8266 programming and interfacing of I/O devices with 8051 and ESP8266 Includes application with the real time examples to understand the basic concept with interfacing complexity Provides hands-on practice with 8051 and ESP8266 for IoT applications Discusses case studies and programming tested on real hardware during handling the industrial and student projects Reviews smart devices integration with IoT
This study guide is designed for students taking courses in electrical circuit analysis. The book includes examples, questions, and exercises that will help electrical engineering students to review and sharpen their knowledge of the subject and enhance their performance in the classroom. Offering detailed solutions, multiple methods for solving problems, and clear explanations of concepts, this hands-on guide will improve student's problem-solving skills and basic understanding of the topics covered in electric circuit analysis courses.
In the past ten years, heteroepitaxy has continued to increase in importance with the explosive growth of the electronics industry and the development of a myriad of heteroepitaxial devices for solid state lighting, green energy, displays, communications, and digital computing. Our ever-growing understanding of the basic physics and chemistry underlying heteroepitaxy, especially lattice relaxation and dislocation dynamic, has enabled an ever-increasing emphasis on metamorphic devices. To reflect this focus, two all-new chapters have been included in this new edition. One chapter addresses metamorphic buffer layers, and the other covers metamorphic devices. The remaining seven chapters have been revised extensively with new material on crystal symmetry and relationships, III-nitride materials, lattice relaxation physics and models, in-situ characterization, and reciprocal space maps.
A considerable amount of effort has been devoted, both in industry and academia, towards the design, performance analysis and evaluation of amplification schemes and filters to be used in control systems, audio and video equipment, instrumentation and communication systems. This book is intended to serve as a complementary textbook for courses dealing with Linear Amplification, but also as a professional book, for engineers who need to update their knowledge in the electronics, control, and communications areas. The book is suitable for the undergraduate as well as the initial graduate levels of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mecatronics, Telecommunications, Automation and Control. courses, and is useful for the professional who wants to review or get acquainted with the modern exposition of the amplification theory. The book presents essential concepts in plain language and covers the most important applications of amplifier circuits. The book has seven chapters, dealing with transistor modeling, linear amplification, types of amplifiers, operational amplifiers, electronic circuits with operational amplifiers, active filters, applications and tests with operational amplifiers and communication circuits. Four appendices are included, an appendix to detail the operational amplifier model, an appendix with specification data sheets, an appendix on Fourier transform and signal spectrum, including the concepts of convolution, and another one that presents and explains the usual electronics acronyms.
This book explores up-to-date research trends and achievements on low-power and high-speed technologies in both electronics and optics. It offers unique insight into low-power and high-speed approaches ranging from devices, ICs, sub-systems and networks that can be exploited for future mobile devices, 5G networks, Internet of Things (IoT), and data centers. It collects heterogeneous topics in place to catch and predict future research directions of devices, circuits, subsystems, and networks for low-power and higher-speed technologies. Even it handles about artificial intelligence (AI) showing examples how AI technology can be combined with concurrent electronics. Written by top international experts in both industry and academia, the book discusses new devices, such as Si-on-chip laser, interconnections using graphenes, machine learning combined with CMOS technology, progresses of SiGe devices for higher-speed electronices for optic, co-design low-power and high-speed circuits for optical interconnect, low-power network-on-chip (NoC) router, X-ray quantum counting, and a design of low-power power amplifiers. Covers modern high-speed and low-power electronics and photonics. Discusses novel nano-devices, electronics & photonic sub-systems for high-speed and low-power systems, and many other emerging technologies like Si photonic technology, Si-on-chip laser, low-power driver for optic device, and network-on-chip router. Includes practical applications and recent results with respect to emerging low-power systems. Addresses the future perspective of silicon photonics as a low-power interconnections and communication applications.