Chapter 1: The Op Amp

Section 1-1: Op Amp Operation

Section 1-2: Op Amp Specifi cations

Section 1-3: How to Read a Data Sheet

Section 1-4: Choosing an Op Amp

Chapter 2: Other Linear Circuits

Section 2-1: Buffer Amplifi ers

Section 2-2: Gain Blocks

Section 2-3: Instrumentation Amplifiers

Section 2-4: Differential Amplifiers

Section 2-5: Isolation Amplifi ers

Section 2-6: Digital Isolation Techniques

Section 2-7: Active Feedback Amplifiers

Section 2-8: Logarithmic Amplifi ers

Section 2-9: High Speed Clamping Amplifiers

Section 2-10: Comparators

Section 2-11: Analog Multipliers

Section 2-12: RMS to DC Converters

Section 2-13: Programmable Gain Amplifiers

Section 2-14: Audio Amplifiers

Section 2-15: Auto-Zero Amplifiers

Chapter 3: Sensors

Section 3-1: Positional Sensors

Section 3-2: Temperature Sensors

Section 3-3: Charge Coupled Devices

Chapter 4: RF/IF Circuits

Section 4-1: Mixers

Section 4-2: Modulators

Section 4-3: Analog Multipliers

Section 4-4: Logarithmic Amplifiers

Section 4-5: Tru-Power Detectors

Section 4-6: VGAs

Section 4-7: Direct Digital Synthesis

Section 4-8: PLLs

Chapter 5: Fundamentals of Sampled Data Systems

Section 5-1: Coding and Quantizing

Section 5-2: Sampling Theory

Chapter 6: Converters

Section 6-1: DAC Architectures

Section 6-2: ADC Architectures

Section 6-3: Sigma–Delta Converters

Section 6-4: Defi ning the Specifi cations

Section 6-5: DAC and ADC Static Transfer Functions and DC Errors

Section 6-6: Data Converter AC Errors

Section 6-7: Timing Specifi cations

Section 6-8: How to Read a Data Sheet

Section 6-9: Choosing a Data Converter

Chapter 7: Data Converter Support Circuits

Section 7-1: Voltage References

Section 7-2: Analog Switches and Multiplexers

Section 7-3: Sample-and-Hold Circuits

Section 7-4: Clock Generation and Distribution Circuits

Chapter 8: Analog Filters

Section 8-1: Introduction

Section 8-2: The Transfer Function

Section 8-3: Time Domain Response

Section 8-4: Standard Responses

Section 8-5: Frequency Transformations

Section 8-6: Filter Realizations

Section 8-7: Practical Problems in Filter Implementation

Section 8-8: Design Examples

Chapter 9: Power Management

Section 9-1: Linear Voltage Regulators

Section 9-2: Switch Mode Regulators

Section 9-3: Switched Capacitor Voltage Converters

Chapter 10: Passive Components

Section 10-1: Capacitors

Section 10-2: Resistors and Potentiometers

Section 10-3: Inductors

Chapter 11: Overvoltage Effects on Analog Integrated Circuits

Section 11-1: Overvoltage Effects

Section 11-2: Electrostatic Discharge

Section 11-3: EMI/RFI Considerations

Chapter 12: Printed Circuit-Board Design Issues

Section 12-1: Partitioning

Section 12-2: Traces

Section 12-3: Grounding

Section 12-4: Decoupling

Section 12-5: Thermal Management

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