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Analog and Digital Circuits for Electronic Control System Applications: Using the TI MSP430 Microcontroller

Analog and Digital Circuits for Electronic Control System Applications: Using the TI MSP430 Microcontroller
by Jerry Luecke (Author) "Designers of analog electronic control systems have continually faced the following obstacles in arriving at a satisfactory design: 1. Instability and drift due to temperature..."

Book Description
Todays control system designers face an ever-increasing need for speed and accuracy in their system measurements and computations. New design approaches using microcontrollers and DSP are emerging, and designers must understand these new approaches, the tools available, and how best to apply them.

This practical text covers the latest techniques in microcontroller-based control system design, making use of the popular MSP430 microcontroller from Texas Instruments.

The book covers all the circuits of the system, including:
· Sensors and their output signals
· Design and application of signal conditioning circuits
· A-to-D and D-to-A circuit design
· Operation and application of the powerful and popular TI MSP430 microcontroller
· Data transmission circuits
· System power control circuitry

Written by an experienced microcontroller engineer and textbook author, the book is lavishly illustrated and includes numerous specific circuit design examples, including a fully tested and documented hands-on project using the MSP430 that makes use of the principles described. For students, engineers, technicians, and hobbyists, this practical text provides the answers you need to design modern control systems quickly and easily.

* Seasoned Texas Instruments designer provides a ground-up perspective on embedded control systems

* Pedagogical style provides a self-learning approach with examples, quizzes and review features

* CD-ROM contains source code and more!

Download Description
Embedded systems are ubiquitous; they are all around us, doing things for us without our awareness or involvement, like applying our brakes optimally in ABS systems, adjusting our environments in HVAC systems, and landing our aircraft in fly-by-wire systems. As these examples show, one of the most important functions of most embedded systems designs is the measurement, processing, and adjustment of real-world analog data (such as temperature, pressure, or humidity); these functions are generically known as control systems. In today's systems, the processing must be made at increasing speeds yet with the utmost accuracy and lowest possible power consumption. This practical book, written by a longtime designer and endorsed by Texas Instruments - who make the popular chip on which the book's examples are based - explains the latest techniques in microcontroller-based control system design, covering the fundamentals of sensors, and circuit design.

Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits (4th Edition)

Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits (4th Edition)
by Paul R. Gray (Author), Paul J. Hurst (Author), Stephen H. Lewis (Author), Robert G. Meyer (Author) "The analysis and design of integrated circuits depend heavily on the utilization of suitable models for integrated-circuit components..."

Book Description
The fourth edition features coverage of cutting edge topics--more advanced CMOS device electronics to include short-channel effects, weak inversion and impact ionization. In this resourceful book find: * Coverage of state-of-the-art IC processes shows how modern integrated circuits are fabricated, including recent issues like heterojunction bipolar transistors, copper interconnect and low permittivity dielectric materials * Comprehensive and unified treatment of bipolar and CMOS circuits helps readers design real-world amplifiers in silicon.

Book Info
Comprehensive and in-depth treatment of analog integrated circuit analysis and design, featuring new and expanded coverage of CMOS circuits and other key advanced technologies. Also includes new information on fully differential amplifiers and common-mode feedback, as well as two-port feedback analysis. Previous edition: c1993. DLC: Linear integrated circuits--Computer-aided design.

The Art of Analog Layout

The Art of Analog Layout
by Alan Hastings (Author), Roy Alan Hastings (Author)

Book Info
(Pearson Education) Provides layout designers with broad coverage of the issues involved in successfully laying out analog integrated circuits. Keeps mathematics to a minimum, provides a carrier-based model for understanding device operation, and offers many exercises that can be done with paper and pencil instead of software. DLC: Integrated circuits--Design and construction.

From the Back Cover

Based on the author's extensive experience as a circuit designer and a layout designer, The Art of Analog Layout takes a practical and authoritative perspective, providing the reader with broad coverage of the issues involved in successfully laying out analog integrated circuits. Topics range from the mechanics of layout to essential information about many related areas, such as device physics, processing failure modes and effects, device operation, parasitics, and matching. The emphasis throughout is on practical knowledge.

  • Written for layout designers, the mathematics is kept to a minimum, requiring only a familiarity with basic algebra and elementary electronics.
  • Provides a carrier-based model for understanding device operation.
  • Focuses on three processes: standard bipolar, polysilicon-gate CMOS, and analog BICMOS, enabling the reader to comprehend most new processes.
  • Discusses the ways in which variations in layout geometries affect the performance of devices fabricated in silicon.
  • Many exercises can be completed using pencil and paper for those who do not have access to layout editing software.

Analog Circuit Design: Art, Science and Personalities

Analog Circuit Design: Art, Science and Personalities (EDN Series for Design Engineers)
by Jim Williams (Editor) "Some time ago I received a call from a colleague, who asked if I would be the referee on the grading of an examination question..." ( more)

Analysis is a science: there's a right answer out there, and we can all agree when it's found. Troubleshooting is the same way: when the broken bit is found and fixed, the circuit starts working properly.

Design, on the other hand, is an art; there's always more than one way to do it, and the individuality of the designer has a strong influence on the way the design turns out: hence "Art, Science, and Personalities".

This isn't to say that a good designer does unusual things without a good reason, or adds expensive bells and whistles because he happens to like them. What it means is that for designs that are not routine, the designer's personality has a lot to do with how it comes out.

To become an expert designer, you need a well-developed technical taste. Once you have a design that works at some level, it's that sour feeling in the back of your mouth that will tell you that it isn't right yet, that it can be simpler, cheaper, or more reliable. There aren't a lot of other sources of that information.

Arts are taught by apprenticeship. But where are you going to go to get taught this stuff nowadays? EE departments are going more and more to software, as shown by the vast number of graduate EEs who don't know which end of a soldering iron to hold. Jim Williams can't be everybody's mentor, but in this informal (and sometimes whimsical) book, he and his friends show us how the best analogue designers in the business go about things. You know what? One of the most important elements in the art of design is *play*.

Maybe listening in on these guys playing at being analogue designers isn't quite the same as sitting elbow-to-elbow with them, but it's as close as most of us are going to get, and it's terrifically valuable. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to become a better analogue designer, and who is not easily put off by whimsy in technical writing. (I find it refreshing and fun, myself.) I've owned this book for 6 or 7 years, and it's about ready to fall apart from rereading.

Analog Circuits Cookbook

Analog Circuits Cookbook
by Ian Hickman (Author) "negative components may not be called for every day, but can be extremely useful in certain circumstances..." ( more)

Book Description
Analog Circuits Cookbook is a collection of tried and tested recipes form the masterchef of analog and RF design. Based on articles from Electronics World, this book provides a diet of high quality design techniques and applications, and proven ciruit designs, all concerned with the analog, RF and interface fields of electronics. Ian Hickman uses illustrations and examples rather than tough mathematical theory to present a wealth of ideas and tips based on his own workbench experience.

This second edition includes 10 of Hickman's latest articles, alongside 20 of his most popular classics. The new material includes articles on power supplies, filters using negative resistance, phase noise and video surveillance systems.

Essential reading for all circuit design professionals and advanced hobbyists
Contains 10 of Ian Hickman's latest articles, alongside 20 of his most popular classics.

Book Info
Offers expert advice on aspects of analog design, from direct digital synthesis to radio frequency measurements, and from optoelectronics to logarithmic amplifiers. Provides high quality design techniques and proven circuit designs, all concerned with analog, RF or interface fields of electronics. Softcover.

ASIC and FPGA Verification: A Guide to Component Modeling (Systems on Silicon)

ASIC and FPGA Verification: A Guide to Component Modeling (Systems on Silicon)

by Richard Munden
"As large and complex as today's FPGAs are, they always end up on a board..." ( more)

Key Phrases: path delay section, negative timing constraints, skew violation, Free Model Foundry, Output Glitch Detection Variables, Vital Memo (more...)

Today it is still very difficult to verify board or larger system designs through simulation or any other technique. This important book addresses the largest ingredient needed to make simulation possible the availability of integrated circuit component models. Addressed inside is how to use VITAL extensions and other conventions with VHDL to develop inter operable, reusable models. Only by adopting the standards and practices described in this book can the industry benefit and make system simulation feasible.

Randy Harr, Sevni Technology

This book provides not only an excellent reference for those who write component models for board level verification, but also a much needed introduction to SDF and VITAL for timing simulation.

Hardy Pottinger, University of Missouri-Rolla

Book Description
Richard Munden demonstrates how to create and use simulation models for verifying ASIC and FPGA designs and board-level designs that use off-the-shelf digital components. Based on the VHDL/VITAL standard, these models include timing constraints and propagation delays that are required for accurate verification of todays digital designs.

ASIC and FPGA Verification: A Guide to Component Modeling expertly illustrates how ASICs and FPGAs can be verified in the larger context of a board or a system. It is a valuable resource for any designer who simulates multi-chip digital designs.
  • Provides numerous models and a clearly defined methodology for performing board-level simulation.
  • Covers the details of modeling for verification of both logic and timing.
  • First book to collect and teach techniques for using VHDL to model "off-the-shelf" or "IP" digital components for use in FPGA and board-level design verification.


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