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Post subject: Book on Transistor Device Posted: Wed Jul 05,
2006 4:52 am
Joined: Fri Apr 21, 2006 10:34
i was wondering if someone can recommend
a good book that talks about all the parameters (gm, capacitances, etc)
versus different currents and voltages (Ic/Id, Vds, Vce, Ib, etc.) plus
other important fundamental device knowledge? most books show small
signal models and talk about the the capacitance is calculated and their
formulas based on physical parameters like width, channel length, pn
junctions, side walls, etc. but don't really talk about these small
signal parameters in light of designing a real circuit....any ideas?
Book on Transistor DevicePosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 7:12 am
Joined: Fri Feb 17, 2006 12:07 pm
In my experience the best sources for comprehensive
data and explanations would be the manufacturers' Application Notes,
like RCA, Motorola, Philips, NEC etc.
Sometimes university libraries
keep these too.