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By Tietze U.

This booklet is written for college students, practising engineers and scientists. It covers all vital points of analog and electronic circuit layout. half I describes semiconductor units and their habit with appreciate to the types utilized in circuit simulation. simple circuits are analyzed in 4 steps: large-signal move attribute, small-signal reaction, noise and distortion. half II describes using operational amplifiers and A/D and D/A converters in low-frequency purposes. half III describes circuits for analog and electronic communique over instant channels. This comprises the high-frequency habit of passive elements, amplifiers and mixers. Simulation courses are supplied: PSpice for analog circuit layout and ispLever for electronic circuit layout.

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33) This is also true for a general amplifier which can be demonstrated by comparing the equations on the basis of the S and Y parameters, taking into account the given matching conditions. Due to the length of the required calculations, proof thereof is not given here. Using the S parameters for an amplifier matched at both sides with Rg = RL = ZW leads to: S11 = S22 = rg = rL = 0 ⇒ G = GI = GT = GA = |S21 |2 1400 27. High-Frequency Amplifiers This is a simple relationship because the measuring condition RL = ZW for determining S21 is equal to the operating condition.

4 Available Power Gain Available power gain specifies the ratio of the available powers of the amplifier to the signal source: PA,A Available power of the amplifier = PA,g Available power of the signal source GA = For the ideal amplifier from Fig. 31) The corresponding calculation for the amplifier in Fig. 32) The available power gain is independent of the load and includes no indication with regard to impedance matching at the output side. It is required for noise calculations since these are based on the available power.

For this purpose we use the equation for the transconductance of a Darlington transistor with resistance R from Sect. 4 and insert R = R1 : gm ≈ gm1 1 + gm2 (rBE2 || R1 ) 1 + gm1 (rBE2 || R1 ) For gm1 = IC1,A /VT = 77 mS, gm2 = IC2,A /VT = 192 mS and R1 = 330 , the transconductance is gm ≈ 185 mS. 21) the feedback resistance is thus R = 2 = 463 . gm ZW Further dimensioning is done with the aid of circuit simulation. We have used the highfrequency equivalent circuits for all resistances and inductances as well as the capacitor Cc , only for the coupling capacitances Ci and Co have we assumed ideal capacitances.

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