This book covers how to use computer software to manufacture and test virtually semiconductor devices in 3D. It features a hands-on, tutorial approach that emphasizes real practice and includes extensive illustrations.
In this book, a unique approach is followed to derive model based torque controllers for all types of Lorentz force machines. It introduces new modeling methods and modern control techniques for switched reluctance drives.
Valuable testing and diagnostic methods for the latest generation of static random access memory (SRAM), are presented in this comprehensive guide. New fault models are required for the latest very deep sub-micron (VDSM) technologies, and are outlined here.
This book offers a systematic, comprehensive treatment of analog, discrete signal analysis and synthesis as well as an introduction to analog communication theory. It includes over 400 detailed examples with applications and over 400 homework problems.
Informed by the authors’ long experience in the subject, this step-by-step presentation of the topic provides a coherent and seamless framework that encompasses passive and active filters and includes the most modern and up-to-date design methodologies.
This book analyzes automatic gain control (AGC) loop circuits and demonstrates AGC solutions in wireless receivers, mainly in wireless receivers with stringent constraints in settling-time and wide dynamic range, such as WLAN and Bluetooth receivers.
Using Verilog models and test benches for implementing and explaining fault simulation and test generation algorithms, this book treats the concepts of testing and testability in digital systems, and also covers digital design practices and methodologies.
This book explores system theory, including optimal state feedback and optimal state estimation, and its role in system design, with application to feedback control systems and wireless transceivers, plus system identification and channel estimation.
This book addresses the gap between DSP algorithm design and implementation, using an approach to DSP architecture design that merges algorithm and system specifications with the intrinsic computational capability of the underlying technology.
This book describes a formally developed, network-centric Real-Time Operating System, OpenComRTOS. Using the formal methods described in this book produces results that are more reliable and will have higher performance.
Introduction to Circuit Analysis and Design focuses on the terminal characteristics of circuit inputs and outputs, and explores the role they play in analysis and design. Readers will find in-depth treatment of two-port models, input resistance, output impedance, loading effects and frequency response.
This is a practical introduction to MEMS for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. It describes sensors, actuators, and microfluidics, and their relationship with MEMS. The book has a tested pedagogical structure and an accessible writing style.