Feedback Amplifier Principles: Sol Rosenstark



Feedback Amplifier Principles: Sol Rosenstark
Macmillan USA | ISBN: 0029478103 | 1986-05-01 | djvu (ocr) | 224 pages | 8.5 mb

This book is intended for the electrical engineer interested in obtaining a background in the area of feedback amplifiers. A suitable text for self-study or formal course work, the entire book can be covered in one semester at the senior undergraduate level or at the first-year graduate level. I have taught a one-term graduate course on this material at the New Jersey Institute of Technology for more than ten years. In the early days when it was a one-year course, it covered signal-flow diagrams, a great deal of complex-variable material (particularly the Hilbert transform and the gain-phase relations for minimum phase structures), and the Bode ideal loop-gain characteristic. After some time it was determined that signal-flow graphs are not essential for the understanding of feedback amplifiers and that Bode's mathematical ideal is very difficult to approximate; equally good results can be obtained by other much simpler techniques. As a result, the course was streamlined and revised to cover material that is indispensable for the understanding and design of properly functioning feedback amplifiers. The students, who were getting tired of copying my notes from the blackboard, felt that the material had become sufficiently well organized to be put into a book. Their encouragement was instrumental in getting the work started on the manuscript..

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