Here is the listing of Best reference books on Electronic Systems Design.
|1. “Microelectronic Circuits” by A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith
Book Review: This book reflects the changes that have happened in the field of CMOS technology in the past few years. The book contains small and modular chapters which makes it a streamline organization. The book also contains chapter on digital integrated circuits which makes it a great guide for computer engineering students. The book also contains chapters on MOSFETs and BJTs. The book also contains various exercises at the end of every chapter.
|2. “Design and Applications of Analog Integrated Circuits” by S. Soclof|
|3. “Electronics of Measuring Systems – Practical Implementation” by T. T. Lang
Book Review: The book covers the practical aspects of both analog and digital measurement systems. The book makes the designers well versed with the technology of developing array of electronic devices in various measuring systems. The various topics covered in the book include transducer interfacing, noise reduction, signal processing, multiplexers, data organisation and processing. The book is very useful for researchers and practitioners in the field of analog and digital measurement systems.
|4. “The Art of Electronics” by P. Horowitz and W Hill
Book Review: This book is considered as the best book in the field of electronic circuit design. The Book includes various screenshots that demonstrate the behaviour of working circuits. The book also contains numerous graphs that contains data which is very useful for designing the circuits. The book also explains how to select the circuit components by taking into consideration the important characteristics of essential parts. This book is a good reference for students, researchers, professionals who work with electronic circuits.
|5. “Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems” by H.W.Ott|
|6. “Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Based Approach” by S. K Mitra
Book Review: The book is filled with various examples and the book contains application driven text which uses MATLAB programs that demonstrate theory and design of digital signal processing. The book contains chapters on finite dimensional LTI discrete time systems, correlation of signals, phase delays, group delays, FIR filters and spectral analysis of random signals. The book also contains a separate chapter on the applications of digital signal processing which is very easy to understand.
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