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Noise in Linear and Nonlinear Circuits

Noise in Linear and Nonlinear Circuits

By (author): Stephen A. Maas
Copyright: 2005
Pages: 294
ISBN: 9781580538497

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Overcome the effects of noise to push the level of circuit performance with this practical reference. Thoroughly explaining the theory of noise in high-frequency circuits, the book focuses on the real-world problems noise creates. It provides you with a full understanding of methods for analyzing and minimizing noise in linear and nonlinear circuits. The book pays special attention to phase noise in oscillators, offering you a comprehensive and accessible treatment of this critical topic. Additionally, this authoritative volume examines noise in low-noise amplifiers, mixers, and frequency multipliers. Computer-aided design software is now indispensable in analyzing noise, and this book explains how this software operates so you can use it more effectively in circuit design. If you develop noise analysis software, this reference is a must-have for understanding the numerical theory that is the basis of the software you develop. Noise creates the fundamental limits to circuit performance, and this book enables you breakthrough those limits.
IntroductionThe Problem of Noise. Noise Analysis. Circuit Optimization. Noise and Random ProcessesRandom Processes. Narrowband Random Processes. Physical Sources of Noise. Cyclostationary Noise. Noise Figure, Noise Temperature, and the System Noise ModelThe System Noise Model. Mixer Noise. Noise Measurement. Noise Models of Solid-State DevicesResistors and Passive, Lossy Elements. Schottky-Barrier Diodes. JFET and MOSFET Noise Modeling. MESFET and HEMT Noise Models. Bipolar and HBT Noise Models. Noise Theory of Linear CircuitsNoise Sources. Two-Port Noise Analysis. Noise Analysis of Large Circuits. Noise of Theory of Nonlinear CircuitsNonlinear Circuit Analysis. Noise Source Characterization. Noise in Nonautonomous Circuits. Noise in Autonomous Circuits. Low-Noise AmplifiersFundamental Considerations. Amplifier Optimization. OscillatorsClassical Approaches to Oscillator Theory. Nonlinear Analysis of Oscillators. Noise in Oscillators. Optimization of Low-Noise Oscillators. Mixers and Frequency MultipliersEssential Mixer Theory. Noise in Diode Mixers. Noise in FET Resistive Mixers. Noise in Active Mixers. System Considerations. Frequency Multipliers.
  • Stephen A. Maas Stephen A. Maas is an independent consultant and the chief scientist of AWR Corporation. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from UCLA.
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