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Provides practical examples of circuit design and analysis using PSpice, MATLAB, and the Smith Chart

This book presents the three technologies used to deal with electronic circuits: MATLAB, PSpice, and Smith chart. It gives students, researchers, and practicing engineers the necessary design and modelling tools for validating electronic design concepts involving bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), field-effect transistors (FET), OP Amp circuits, and analog filters.

Electronic Circuits with MATLAB®, PSpice®, and Smith Chart presents analytical solutions with the results of MATLAB analysis and PSpice simulation. This gives the reader information about the state of the art and confidence in the legitimacy of the solution, as long as the solutions obtained by using the two software tools agree with each other. For representative examples of impedance matching and filter design, the solution using MATLAB and Smith chart (Smith V4.1) are presented for comparison and crosscheck. This approach is expected to give the reader confidence in, and a deeper understanding of, the solution. In addition, this text:

  • Increases the reader's understanding of the underlying processes and related equations for the design and analysis of circuits
  • Provides a stepping stone to RF (radio frequency) circuit design by demonstrating how MATLAB can be used for the design and implementation of microstrip filters
  • Features two chapters dedicated to the application of Smith charts and two-port network theory 

Electronic Circuits with MATLAB®, PSpice®, and Smith Chart will be of great benefit to practicing engineers and graduate students interested in circuit theory and RF circuits.

Preface ix

Chapter 1: Load Line Analysis and Fourier Series 1

1.1 Load Line Analysis 1

1.1.1 Load Line Analysis of a Nonlinear Resistor Circuit 2

1.1.2 Load Line Analysis of a Nonlinear RL Circuit 5

1.2 Voltage-Current Source Transformation 8

1.3 Thevenin/Norton Equivalent Circuits 9

1.4 Miller's Theorem 13

1.5 Fourier Series 14

1.5.1 Computation of Fourier Coefficients Using Symmetry 15

1.5.2 Circuit Analysis Using Fourier Series 21

1.5.3 RMS Value and Distortion Factor of a Non-Sinusoidal Periodic Signal 26

Problems 27

Chapter 2: Diode Circuits 31

2.1 THE V-I Characteristic of Diodes 31

2.1.1 Large-Signal Diode Model for Switching Operations 32

2.1.2 Small-Signal Diode Model for Amplifying Operations 32

2.2 Analysis/Simulation of Diode Circuits 33

2.2.1 Examples of Diode Circuits 34

2.2.2 Clipper/Clamper Circuits/ 37

2.2.3 Half-Wave Rectifier 39

2.2.4 Half-Wave Rectifier with Capacitor - Peak Rectifier 39

2.2.5 Full-Wave Rectifier 42

2.2.6 Full-Wave Rectifier with LC Filter 43

2.2.7 Precision Rectfiers 46 2.2.8 Small-Signal (AC) Analysis of Diode Circuits 50

2.3 Zener Diodes 56

Problems 64

Chapter 3: BJT Circuits 79

3.1 BJT (Bipolar Junction Transistor) 80

3.1.1 Ebers-Moll Representation of BJT 80

3.1.2 Operation Modes (Regions) of BJT 82

3.1.3 Parameters of BJT 83

3.1.4 Common-Base Configuration 84

3.1.5 Common-Emitter Configuration 86

3.1.6 Large-Signal (DC) Model of BJT 87

3.1.7 Small-Signal (AC) Model of BJT 105

3.1.8 Analysis of BJT Circuits 106

3.1.9 BJT Current Mirror 116

3.1.10 BJT Switch/Inverter 119

3.1.11 Emitter-Coupled Differential Pair 121

3.2 BJT Amplifier Circuits 125

3.2.1 Common-Emitter (CE) Amplifier 125

3.2.2 Common-Collector (CC) Amplifier (Emitter Follower) 128

3.2.3 Common-Base (CB) Amplifier 133

3.2.4 Multistage Cascaded BJT Amplifier 139

3.2.5 Composite/Compound Multi-Stage BJT Amplifier 147

3.3 LOGIC GATES USING DIODES/TRANSISTORS 155

3.3.1 DTL (Diode-Transistor Logic) NAND Gate 155

3.3.2 TTL (Transistor-Transistor Logic) NAND Gate 159

3.3.3 ECL (Emitter-Coupled Logic) OR/NOR Gate 169

3.4 DESIGN OF BJT AMPLIFIER 172

3.4.1 Design of CE Amplifier with Specified Voltage Gain 172

3.4.2 Design of CC Amplifier (Emitter Follower) with Specified Input Resistance 176

3.5 BJT AMPLIFIER FREQUENCY RESPONSE 179

3.5.1 CE Amplifier 179

3.5.2 CC Amplifier (Emitter Follower) 183

3.5.3 CB Amplifier 186

3.6 BJT INVERTER TIME RESPONSE 189

Problems 193

Chapter 4: FET Circuits 217

4.1 FET (Field-Effect Transistor) 217

4.1.1 JFET (Junction FET) 218

4.1.2 MOSFET (Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FET) 225

4.1.3 MOSFET Used as a Resistor 234

4.1.4 MOSFET Curent Mirror 235

4.1.5 MOSFET Inverter 242

4.1.6 Source-Coupled Differential Pair 256

4.1.7 CMOS Logic Circuits 259

4.2 FET Amplifier 261

4.2.1 Common-Source (CS) Amplifier 261

4.2.2 Common-Drain (CD) Amplifier (Emitter Follower) 265

4.2.3 Common-Gate (CG) Amplifier 268

4.2.4 Common-Source (CS) Amplifier with FET Load 271

4.2.5 Multi-Stage FET Amplifiers 276

4.3 Design of FET Amplifier 289

4.3.1 Design of CS Amplifier 289

4.3.2 Design of CD Amplifier 294

4.4 FET Amplifier Frequency Response 298

4.4.1 CS Amplifier 298

4.4.2 CD Amplifier (Source Follower) 302

4.4.3 CG Amplifier 305

4.5 FET INVERTER TIME RESPONSE 307

Problems 313

Chapter 5: OP AMP Circuits 343

5.1 OP AMP BASICS 343

5.2 OP AMP CIRCUITS WITH RESISTORS 346

5.2.1 OP Amp Circuits with Negative Feedback 346

5.2.2 OP Amp Circuits with Positive Feedback 353

5.3 FIRST-ORDER OP AMP CIRCUITS 357

5.3.1 First-Order OP Amp Circuits with Negative Feedback 357

5.3.2 First-Order OP Amp Circuits with Positive Feedback 359

5.3.3 555 Timer Using OP Amp as Comparator 363

5.4 SECOND-ORDER OP AMP CIRCUITS 365

5.4.1 MFB (Multi-Feedback) Topology 365

5.4.2 Sallen-Key Topology 366

5.5 ACTIVE FILTERS 371

5.5.1 First-Order Active Filter 371

5.5.2 Second-Order Active LPF/HPF 372

5.5.3 Second-Order Active BPF 384

5.5.4 Second-Order Active BSF 375

Problems 379

Chapter 6: Analog Filter 387

6.1 Analog Filter Design 387

6.2 Passive Filter 396

6.2.1 Lowpass Filter (LPF) 396

6.2.2 Highpass Filter (HPF) 397

6.2.3 Bandpass Filter (BPF) 398

6.2.4 Bandstop Filter (BSF) 402

6.2.5 Quality Factor 405

6.2.6 Insertion Loss 408

6.2.7 Frequency Scaling and Transformation 408

6.3 PASSIVE FILTER REALIZATION 411

6.3.1 LC Ladder 411

6.3.2 L-Type Impedance Matcher 417

6.3.3 T- and П-Type Impedance Matchers 421

6.3.4 Tapped-C Impedance Matcher 426

6.4 ACTIVE FILTER REALIZATION 429

Problems 437

Chapter 7: Smith Chart and Impedance Matching 449

7.1 Transmission Line 449

7.2 Smith Chart 454

7.3 Impedance Matching Using Smith Chart 460

7.3.1 Reactance Effect of a Lossless Line 460

7.3.2 Single-Stub Impedance Matching 462

7.3.3 Double-Stub Impedance Matching 468 7.3.4 Quarter-Wave Transformer 472

7.3.5 Filter Implementation Using Stubs 475

7.3.6 Impedance Matching with Lumped Elements 483

Problems 495

Chapter 8: Two-Port Network and Parameters 507

8.1 Two-Port Parameters 507

8.1.1 Definition and Examples of Two-Port Parameters 507

8.1.2 Relationships among Two-Port Parameters 513

8.1.3 Interconnections of Two-Port Networks 517

8.1.4 Curse of Port Condition 519

8.1.5 Circuit Models with Given Parameters 522

8.1.6 Properties of Two-Port Networks with Source and Load 525

8.2 Scattering Parameters 532

8.2.1 Definition of Scattering Parameters 532

8.2.2 Two-Port Network with Source/Load 535

8.3 Gain and Stability 542

8.3.1 Two-Port Power Gains 542

8.3.2 Stability 546

8.3.3 Design for Maximum Gain 549

8.3.4 Design for Specified Gain 554

Problems 559

Appendices 569

Appendix A: Laplace Transform 569

Appendix B: Matrix Operations with MATLAB 573

Appendix C: Complex Number Operations with MATLAB 577

Appendix D: Nonlinear/Differential Equations with MATLAB 578

Appendix E: Symbolic Computations with MATLAB 580

Appendix F: Useful Formulas 582

Appendix G: Standard Values of Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors 583

Appendix H: OrCAD/PSpice 587

Appendix I: MATLAB Introduction 618

Appendix J: Diode/BJT/FET 620

References

Index