High-Speed Pulse Techniques covers the many aspects of technique in digital electronics and encompass some of the more fundamental factors that apply to all digital systems.
The book describes the nature of pulse signals and their deliberate or inadvertent processing in networks, transmission lines and transformers, and then examines the characteristics and transient performance of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits. Some of the problems associated with the assembly of these into viable systems operating at ultra high speed are also looked at. The book examines the transients and waveshaping in linear circuits; the steady-state and transient characteristics of the diode switch; and the two most useful diode waveshaping functions, clipping and clamping circuits. The characteristics of distributed-parameter transmission lines with and without losses and their implications in digital systems are also considered. The book then tackles transformer pulse response; bipolar and unipolar transistor transient response; and the characteristics of subnanosecond switching diodes and of high-speed logic. The text describes the implementation of high-speed systems as well.
Students and practicing electronics and computer systems engineers will find the book useful.
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|Size: ||20.5 MB|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781483105482 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|