Language : English
Published : 2002-09-30
Pages : 828
Signals and Systems 2nd International Edition
Design and MATLAB concepts have been integrated in text. Integrates applications as it relates signals to a remote sensing system, a controls system, radio astronomy, a biomedical system and seismology.
This textbook deals with the analysis and design of analog CMOS integrated circuits, emphasizing recent technological developments and design paradigms that students and practicing engineers need to master to succeed in today’s industry. Based on the author’s teaching and research experience in the past ten years, the text follows three general principles: motivate the reader by describing the significance and application of each idea with real-world problems; force the reader to look at concepts from an intuitive point of view, preparing him/her for more complex problems; complement the intuition by rigorous analysis, confirming the results obtained by the intuitive, yet rough approach.
Retaining the superb pedagogical style, the text elaborates fundamentals of signal and systems and core communication topics. It is then translated into tools that are essential to the design and analysis of digital communications. Featuring a seamless blend of mathematics and heuristics, carefully crafted examples to clarify mathematics abstraction, and new and updated MATLAB exercises, this text provides a thorough coverage of modern communication system theory and application that is easily accessible to students.
This textbook takes readers step-by-step through the creation of real circuit, explaining and demystifying complex design problems with detailed coverage of often-neglected areas and deliberately leaves out bipolar analog circuits. This edition has an updated Chapter 2 that reflects the latest technology on twin-well shallow-trench-isolation CMOS, while coverage of such topics as frequency response, feedback, distortion, noise, bootstrapped voltage references, and photosensitivity have been expanded accordingly.
The author emphasizes the physical appreciation of concepts rather than the mere mathematical manipulation of symbols. Avoiding the tendency to treat engineering as a branch of applied mathematics, the text uses mathematics not so much to prove an axiomatic theory as to enhanced physical and intuitive understanding of concepts. Theoretical results are supported by examples and analogies, allowing students to intuitively discover meaning for themselves.