Today's defense systems incorporate an increasing number of electronic components, intended to
enable these systems to be more accurate, more sophisticated, and more effective. Advances in printed
circuits and associated interconnection—an integral technology—have enabled this trend, and these
advances are expected to continue to enable future combat systems.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Analysis and design of analog integrated circuits" has contents: Models for integrated circuit active devices; bipolar, mos, and bicmos integrated circuit technology; single transistor and multiple transistor amplifiers; current mirrors, active loads, and references; output stages.
The evolution of solid-state circuit technology has a long history within a relatively
short period of time. This technology has leaded to: the modern information society that
connects us and tools; a large market; and, many types of products and applications. The
solid-state circuit technology continuously evolves via breakthroughs and improvements
every year. This book is devoted to review and present novel approaches for some of the
main issues involved in this exciting and vigorous technology....
Invention of solid-state transistors and integrated circuits has spawned the information
age and the growth in the past 50 years has been phenomenal and unrivaled. Nowadays,
information is at people’s fingertips and communications take seconds rather than days like
20 years ago. Such rapid development stems from tremendous developments in both
hardware and software such as solid-state circuits.