Publisher description for Bipolar and MOS analog integrated circuit design / Alan B. Grebene.

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FEEDBACK Fred D. Waldhauer This practical quide to feedback analysis and design promotes an intuitive understanding of feedback systems through establishing the mathematics of the feedback process and simplifying the schema for a clearer mental picture of the interactions. "Anticausal analysis" is used in study of feedback systems and applied to problems of circuit design. Includes numerous examples to bring out and clarify specific ideas. 651 pp. (0-471-05319-8) 1982 VLSI Fabrication Principles Silicon and Gallium Arsenide Sorab K. Ghandhi This farsighted work covers the principles underlying semiconductor devices and integrated circuits made from both silicon and gallium arsenide. Emphasis is on those processes which are especially useful for VLSI schemes, using extremely small, densely packed devices and components; however, many processes used for discrete devices and medium-density integrated circuits are also included since they are precursors to VLSI technology. Wherever possible, problems dealing with practical situations are included. 665 pp. (0-471-86833-7) 1983 VLSI System Design when and How to Design Very. Large-Scale Integrated Circuits Saburo Muroga This practical guide provides a complete and up-to-date picture of LSI/VLSI system design-from engineering aspects such as electronic circuit design, and logic design fabrication, to economic considerations such as design time, production volume yield, yield economy, and pricing. Avoiding unnecessary technical detail, this clear, concise treatment will prove equally valuable to engineers directly concerned with chip design and production as well as executives involved in product planning, manufacturing, and marketing. 496 pp. (0-471-86090-5) 1982

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Integrated circuits.
Electronic circuit design.
Metal oxide semiconductors.
Bipolar transistors.