In the real world, most signals are analog, spanning continuously varying values. Circuits that interface with the physical environment need to be able to process these signals. Principles of Analog Electronics introduces the fascinating world of analog electronics, where fields, circuits, signals and systems, and semiconductors meet. Drawing on th
Mathematical Tools. Physical and Electrical Background. Nature of Matter. Two-Terminal Components. Two-Port Networks. Circuit Theorems. Frequency Domain. Semiconductor Components. Diode Circuits. Amplifiers: Intro. Amplifiers: Basic BJT Configurations. Amplifiers: Basic MOSFET Configurations. Amplifiers: Variants. Amplifiers: Cascading Stages. Some Applications.