Tolerance design techniques are playing an increasingly important role in maximizing the manufacturing yield of mass-produced electronic circuits. Tolerance Design of Electronic Circuits presents an account of design and analysis methods used to minimize the unwanted effects of component tolerances. Highlights of the book include ac An overview of the concepts of Tolerance Analysis and Design ac A detailed discussion of the Statistical Exploration Approach to tolerance design ac An engineering discussion of the Monte Carlo statistical method ac A presentation of several successful examples of the application of tolerance design This book will be highly appropriate for professional Electronic Circuit Designers, Computer Aided Design Specialists, Electronic Engineering undergraduates and graduates taking courses in Advanced Electronic Circuit Design. Contents:The ProblemConcepts and RepresentationsTolerance AnalysisThe Monte Carlo MethodTolerance SensitivityAn Overview of Tolerance DesignSimple Methods Using Performance CalculationsMethods Using Yield GradientsThe Use of Sensitivity AnalysisQuestions and Answers Readership: Professional electronic circuit designers, computer-aided design specialists, electronic engineering, undergraduates and graduates taking courses in advanced electronic circuit design.(a) Equalizer circuit a (dB) F- t(ms) 60H0.1 40 2^ - Group delay 20H- Insertion osso O - |ala1a1a1a1a1 || | |a1a1all-ll | | | | | | | || 0.05 0.1 0.5 1 5 f(kHz) (b) computational advantage of the common points scheme by assuming a multivariateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tolerance Design of Electronic Circuits|
|Author||:||Robert Spence, Randeep Singh Soin|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 1997-03-27|