Design of Analog Multipliers with Operational Amplifiers: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Design of Analog Multipliers with Operational Amplifiers

1st Edition

By K.C. Selvam

CRC Press

224 pages | 205 B/W Illus.

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Description

Design of analog multipliers discusses what an analog multiplier and its related types is, how different types of analog multipliers are implemented with analog two to one multiplexers and op-amps, and how the types of analog multipliers are implemented with transistors and op-amps. Describing forty-eight analog multiplier circuits, book explains six building blocks as integrator, comparator, switch, low pass filter, peak detector and sample & hold circuit. All analog multiplier circuits presented in this book use a maximum of four operational amplifiers which will enable the readers to simulate the multipliers with minimum number of components and use for their application at low cost.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Basic concepts and components of multipliers

1.1: Inverting amplifier

1.2: Non-inverting amplifiers

1.3: Integrator

1.4: Comparator

1.5: Low pass filter

1.6: Analogue switches

1.7: Analogue multiplexers

1.8: Peak detectors

1.9: Sample and hold circuit

1.10: Astable multivibrator

Chapter 2: Conventional multipliers

2.1: Log-antilog multiplier

2.2: FET multiplier

2.3: Variable transconductance multiplier

2.4: Gilbert multiplier cell

2.5: Triangle wave averaging multiplier

2.6: Quarter-squarer multiplier

Tutorial exercise

Chapter 3: Time Division Multipliers (TDM) - Multiplexing

3.1: Saw tooth wave referenced TDM

3.2: Triangular wave referenced TDM

3.3: MTDM with no reference – Type I

3.4: MTDM with no reference – Type II

Tutorial Exercise

Chapter 4: Peak Responding Multipliers (PRM) – Multiplexing

4.1: Double single slope MPRM

4.2: Double dual slope MPRM – Type I

4.3: Double dual slope MPRM – Type II

4.4: Pulse width integrated MPRMs

Tutorial Exercise

Chapter 5: Time Division Multipliers (TDM) - Switching

5.1: Saw tooth wave referenced TDM – Type I

5.2: Saw tooth wave referenced TDM – Type II

5.3: Triangular wave referenced TDM – Type I

5.4: Triangular wave referenced TDM – Type II

5.5: TDM with no reference – Type I

5.6: TDM with no reference – Type II

Tutorial Exercise

Chapter 6: Peak Responding Multipliers (PRM) - Switching

6.1: Double single slope PRM

6.2: Double dual slope PRM – Type I

6.3: Double dual slope PRM – Type II

6.4: Pulse width integrated PRM

Chapter 7: Pulse Position Responding Multipliers (PPRM)

7.1: Pulse position responding multipliers – multiplexing type

7.2: Pulse position responding multipliers – switching type

7.3: Pulse position detecting multipliers with transistors

7.4: Pulse position sampling multipliers with transistors

Tutorial Exercise

Chapter 8: Multipliers with V/T and V/f Converters

8.1: PRM with VTC – Multiplexing type

8.2: PRM with VTC – Switching type

8.3: PRM with VFC – Multiplexing type

8.4: PRM with VFC – Switching type

Tutorial Exercise

Conclusion

Recommended component values

Pin details of LF356IC, CD4066IC, CD4053IC and CD4528IC

References

About the Author

K.C. Selvam was born on 2nd April 1968 in Krishnagiri district of tamil nadu state, India. He obtained Diploma in electronics and communication engineering from government polytechnic college, Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, India in 1986. He was graduated by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, New Delhi, in the year 1994. He is doing research and development work from last 30 years and has published more than 34 research papers in various national and international journals. He got best paper award by IETE in the year 1996. He got students journal award of IETE in the year 2017. He developed India’s first sleek and compact size transformer less multichannel auto scanning digital panel meters. At present he is working as a scientific staff in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India. He developed interest in design and development of function circuits to find their applications in modern measurements and instrumentation systems.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC007000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electrical
TEC008010
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / Circuits / General
TEC064000
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