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Analog Electronics with Op-amps : A Source Book of Practical Circuits - Anthony Peyton

Analog Electronics with Op-amps

A Source Book of Practical Circuits

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Published: 11th October 1993
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This book presents a collection of analog electronic circuits based on the operational amplifier; the workhorse of analog electronics. The discussion is supported by a wealth of practical detail that will enable the reader to speedily select, build, and test a desired circuit. The book is primarily intended to be a practical reference work and readers will discover an extensive and invaluable source of functional and established analog circuits, from integrators and differentiators to logarithmic amplifiers, from filters to instrumentation amplifiers. The circuits are grouped according to function, and the approach is to build up slowly from "textbook" examples toward a series of practical, workable circuits.

Prefacep. xi
Instrumentation amplifiersp. 1
Single op amp instrumentation amplifiersp. 2
Two op amp instrumentation amplifiersp. 6
Three op amp instrumentation amplifiersp. 8
Matched transistor instrumentation amplifiersp. 12
Using instrumentation amplifiers with transducersp. 18
Commercial single ic instrumentation amplifiersp. 18
Isolation amplifiersp. 25
Isolation amplifier using modulation and demodulationp. 26
Isolation amplifier using linearizing feedbackp. 27
Commercial isolation amplifiersp. 30
Charge amplifiersp. 31
Current integrating charge amplifierp. 31
High input impedance charge amplifierp. 34
Current-to-voltage and voltage-to-current convertersp. 37
A simple current-to-voltage converterp. 37
A current-to-voltage converter using a single op ampp. 38
Voltage-to-current conversion using a single op ampp. 43
A unipolar transconductance amplifierp. 48
A differential input voltage-to-current converterp. 52
Operational transconductance amplifiersp. 55
Controlled amplifiersp. 59
Some approaches to voltage controlled amplificationp. 59
Commercial voltage controlled amplifiersp. 61
Automatic gain control (AGC)p. 62
Digitally controlled amplifiersp. 63
Active filter designp. 71
Filter transfer functionsp. 72
Filter circuitsp. 80
Low pass filter circuitsp. 80
High pass filter circuitsp. 88
Bandpass filter circuitsp. 94
Band reject filtersp. 99
All pass filter circuitsp. 104
State variable filtersp. 106
Summaryp. 110
Controlled filtersp. 111
Practical aspects of filter circuit designp. 119
Sensitivityp. 119
Tuningp. 120
Component selectionp. 123
Stability of filtersp. 125
Designing high order filtersp. 125
Determining the required transfer functionp. 127
Transformation and scalingp. 136
From transfer function to circuitryp. 140
Integrators and differentiatorsp. 143
Integrationp. 143
Differentiatorsp. 152
Log and antilog convertersp. 161
Log convertersp. 161
Antilog convertersp. 177
Commercial log and antilog convertersp. 183
Arithmetical operationsp. 185
Addition and subtractionp. 185
Multipliersp. 189
Multiplier operation and errorsp. 190
Converting a multiplier to a dividerp. 193
Summary of popular multiplier circuitsp. 194
FET controlled resistor multiplierp. 196
Variable transconductance multiplierp. 196
Log-antilog multiplierp. 200
A pulse width/pulse height multiplierp. 203
Multipliers using D/A and A/D convertersp. 207
Commercial analog multipliersp. 207
Function generating circuitsp. 209
Function generating circuits using analog multipliersp. 209
Log-antilog function generatorsp. 214
Sinep. 217
Cosinep. 218
Tan[superscript -1] (arctan)p. 218
Breakpoint function generatorsp. 219
Function generating circuits using A/D and D/A convertersp. 222
Limiters, peak detectors and rectifiersp. 223
Peak detectorsp. 231
Basic peak detectorsp. 231
Two stage peak detectorsp. 233
Overall feedback peak detectorp. 234
Improving peak detector performancep. 236
Notes on component selectionp. 242
Peak detectors using ic building blocksp. 245
Half wave precision rectifiersp. 246
Full wave rectifiersp. 248
Single op amp full wave rectifierp. 248
Current output full wave rectifierp. 249
Current input full wave rectifierp. 250
Two op amp full wave rectifier with minimum componentsp. 250
General purpose full wave rectifierp. 251
Current summing full wave rectifierp. 252
General notes on rectifier circuitsp. 253
Peak, average and RMS circuitsp. 257
Peak responding circuitsp. 259
Mean absolute value circuitsp. 262
Root mean square circuitsp. 262
Thermal RMS convertersp. 271
Bibliographyp. 275
Indexp. 279
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ISBN: 9780521336048
ISBN-10: 052133604X
Series: Electronics Texts for Engineers and Scientists
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 296
Published: 11th October 1993
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.62 x 19.0  x 1.65
Weight (kg): 0.5