In this book, the theory needed to understand wideband amplifier design using the simplest models possible will be developed. This theory will be used to develop algebraic equations that describe particular circuits used in high frequency design so that the reader develops a 'gut level' understanding of the process and circuit. SPICE and Genesys simulations will be performed to show the accuracy of the algebraic models. By looking at differences between the algebraic equations and the simulations, new algebraic models will be developed that include parameters originally left out of the model.High-Frequency. Transistor. Models. with. Application. to. Follower. Circuit. 2.1 OVERVIEW Before we can do any high-frequency designs, we need simplified high-frequency models for active devices; BJT (bipolar junction transistors) and FETanbsp;...
|Title||:||Wideband Amplifier Design|
|Publisher||:||SciTech Publishing - 2007|