By Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith
The 5th version of 'Microelectronic Circuits' is an in depth revision of the vintage textual content by means of Sedra and Smith. the first target of this textbook is still the advance of the student's skill to examine and layout digital circuits.The 5th variation of Microelectronic Circuits presents a framework to enhance the student's skill to research and layout every kind of digital circuits.
Thoroughly up to date and revised, this variation beneficial properties alterations which are glaring from the condensed desk of contents, and greatly extra which are incorporated within the genuine chapters. all of the revisions, association, and topical assurance mirror adjustments in technology-CMOS know-how in particular-by a long way the main major improvement on this planet of mainstream electric engineering.
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