Electronic Circuits: Analysis, Simulation, and Design
Prentice Hall, 1995 - 1182 páginas
With comprehensive, in-depth coverage, integrated discussions of SPICE, and a strong design orientation, Malik's new text is both thorough and forward looking. It features a flexible organization and dynamic coverage using algebraic hand analysis and simple models to provide a basic understanding, and carefully-selected SPICE examples and exercises to extend understanding beyond simple models. Students on electronics courses should find this text useful.
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