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 its 4th edition, this book reviews basic concepts of adaptive signal processing and adaptive filtering in a concise and straightforward manner, covering the main classes of adaptive filtering algorithms and using clear notation to facilitate implementation.
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 textbook provides a complete introduction to analog filters for senior undergraduate and graduate students. Coverage includes the synthesis of analog filters and many other filter types including passive filters and filters with distributed elements.
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.
This compilation of contributions from experts across the world addresses readers in academia and industry who are concerned with control system design. It covers theoretical topics, applications in various areas as well as software for bond graph modelling.
Cognitive Radio Mobile Ad Hoc Networks investigates the design, optimization and performance evaluation of these mobile networks. Readers will find a in-depth coverage of cognitive radio concepts, intrinsic properties and research challenges.
This extensively revised second edition is a wide-ranging introduction to the concepts and ideas of multisensor data fusion, illustrated with a wealth of real-life examples. It includes 30 new sections along with an extensive list of up-to-date references.