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  • Author:
    Mark N Horenstein
  • ISBN:
    0135831709
  • ISBN13:
    978-0135831700
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall (1990)
  • Pages:
    902 pages
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Microelectronic Circuit And De. Mark N Horenstein. Using an innovative approach, this introduction to microelectronic circuits and devices views a circuit as an entire electronic system, rather than as a collection of individual devices.

Microelectronic Circuit And De. It provides students with the tools necessary to make intelligent choices in the design of analog and digital systems. This widely used, comprehensive volume presents a solid, concise, and practical introduction to the analysis and design of microelectronic circuits.

Microelectronic Circuit and Devices book.

Microelectronic Circuits and Devices book.

Design Concepts for Engineers (Esource-the Prentice Hall Engineering Source). Mark Horenstein, Mark N. Horenstein. Use Figure P. 0 and the V-i characteristic in figure. 50 to solve for the circuit values in Figure . 5, with R 25k ohms "That would involve flipping back and forth.

Microelectronic circuits and devices. Real time optical correction using electrostatically actuated MEMS devices. M Horenstein, T Bifano, S Pappas, J Perreault, R Krishnamoorthy-Mali. Journal of Electrostatics 46 (2-3), 91-101, 1999. Continuous-membrane d silicon deformable mirror. TG Bifano, R Krishnamoorthy Mali, JK Dorton, J Perreault, N Vandelli,. Optical Engineering 36, 1997. Adaptive optic correction using ical deformable mirrors. JA Perreault, TG Bifano, BM Levine, MN Horenstein. Optical Engineering 41, 2002.

Graphical analysis with one nonlinear circuit element. Examples of two-terminal nonlinear devices. Graphical method with time-varying sources. Iterative mathematical solutions. Piecewise linear modeling of two-terminal nonlinear devices. 4. Signal Processing and Conditioning with Two-terminal Nonlinear Devices. The transfer characteristic. Clipping and limiting circuits. Power supply circuits. Precision rectifier circuits. 5. Three Terminal Devices. Definition of a three terminal device. Field-effect transistors.

Full Title:Microelectronic Circuit and Devices. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. ISBN-13:978-0137013357. Published by Pearson.

by Mark N. Horenstein (Author). 5, with R 25k ohms " That would involve flipping back and forth between a lot of pages. However, the problems are very thorough and cover a great deal of the subject w/o wasting too much time.

Home . Details for: Microelectronic circuits and devices . By: Horenstein, Mark N. Material type: BookPublisher: Englewood Cliffs, . Details for: Microelectronic circuits and devices /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Microelectronic circuits and devices, Mark N. Subject(s): MicroelectronicsDDC classification: 62. 815. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

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*For courses in Introductory Electronics for students majoring in electrical, computer, and related engineering disciplines. * Using an innovative approach, this introduction to microelectronic circuits and devices views a circuit as an entire electronic system, rather than as a collection of individual devices. It provides students with the tools necessary to make intelligent choices in the design of analog and digital systems.

Yllk
I ordered this book and received part B only with about ~550 Pages. I returned it and got another after talking to their customer service(who was great). The second book that came in was only part A with ~560 pages.

Both books look like the international edition-pages are like photocopies. The quality of print is not very good.

It should be all parts in one book with 1126 pages total and not have a poor print quality.
Doktilar
The problems and exercises in the book are POORLY constructed:
In order to solve a problem, you may very well have to constantly flip back and forth between pages because the author was too cheap to put a simple diagram on the same page as the problem.
I.e.
"Use Figure P2.30 and the V-i characteristic in figure 2.550 to solve for the circuit values in Figure 2.75, with R=25k ohms ...."
That would involve flipping back and forth between a lot of pages.
However, the problems are very thorough and cover a great deal of the subject w/o wasting too much time. For various circuits, the author goes directly to Thevenin Equivalent circuits rather than showing a concept using a dozen or more different circuits.
Malann
Please be careful if ordering a used copy of this book. It's divided into 2 sections, A and B, with the same ISBN (which was probably a bad idea of the publisher). Part B is the only part with a barcode. Me and a classmate both ordered this book used (and fulfilled by Amazon), and both only received the second half. Thankfully Amazon was willing to give a full refund.
Velan
Received only Part B, avoid it since you won't get both parts A + B
Brajind
The book is what I needed for class and satisfies all requirements, but the amazon add said that it was to be hardcover and I received a soft covered two part book. It is easy to carry around, but not hardcover as expected.
Gamba
I found this text to be geared more toward the electrical engineer who is not going to fabricate IC's, but rather use them. It is not quite as hefty as Sedra and Smith, but it is easier to follow, in my opinion. It is the first book I would go to as a reference.
FRAY
This is a great book, but be warned that the paper back has more than one volume! The hard cover is all in one book.