By Ian Hickman
Analog Circuits Cookbook is a suite of attempted and demonstrated recipes shape the masterchef of analog and RF layout. in line with articles from Electronics international, this publication offers a vitamin of top quality layout recommendations and purposes, and confirmed circuit designs, all eager about the analog, RF and interface fields of electronics. Ian Hickman makes use of illustrations and examples instead of difficult mathematical concept to offer a wealth of principles and guidance in response to his personal workbench experience.
This moment variation comprises 10 of Hickman's most modern articles, along 20 of his most well liked classics. the recent fabric comprises articles on energy provides, filters utilizing unfavorable resistance, part noise and video surveillance systems.
Essential analyzing for all circuit layout pros and complicated hobbyists
Contains 10 of Ian Hickman's most recent articles, along 20 of his most well liked classics.
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9. Tiny components At one end of the surface-mount spectrum, complex digital ICs are becoming so densely pinned that they make prototyping almost impossible. At the other, it is now easy to obtain one logic function or opamp in a single, minute sm package. While reducing product size, these tiny devices can simplify implementation, improve performance, and even open up new application areas. Big surprises ... in small packages Introduction The surface-mount revolution has been under way for years now, with most products using surface-mount passives.
34 shows a 12 bit DAC, the LTC1405/1405L, from Linear Technology. 5 V supply. 5 V supply. 34(a) shows the internal workings of the chip, which is available mounted in a 24 lead SSOP package, (b), or in a 28 pin DIP. 34(c) shows the companion LTC1458/1458L, which is a quad 12 bit DAC. It is shoehorned into a 28 pin SO package, or a 28 pin SSOP, by using a serial data input scheme, rather than the parallel data input of the LTC1405/1405L. 35 shows another DAC, this time one which accepts 16 or 18 bit data and designed for use in CD systems, MPEG audio, MIDI applications, etc.
All nominal values thus obtained being within better than 1% of the exact values. 100K + 12K was used for the terminating resistor, to allow for the 1M input resistance of the spectrum analyser in parallel with it. The resistors were a mixture of 1% and 2% metal film types, except the 47R which was 5%. 5% tolerance polystyrene types. Having constructed the circuit and powered it up, it didn’t work. A quick check with a ’scope showed that the opamp output pin was stuck at +10 V, with various other pins at peculiar voltages.