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by Donald A Neamen

eBook Microelectronics Circuit Analysis and Design download ISBN: 0073380644
Author: Donald A Neamen
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 4 edition (September 3, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 1392
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Rating: 4.1
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Category: Engineering
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4th ed. p. cm. Includes index. In addition to his teaching, Professor Neamen served as Associate Chair of the ECE department for several years and has also worked in industry with Martin Marietta, Sandia National Laboratories, and Raytheon Company.

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Microelectronics: Circuit Analysis and Design is intended as a core text in electronics for undergraduate electrical and computer engineering students. The fourth edition continues to provide a foundation for analyzing and designing both analog and digital electronic circuits. The goal has always been to make this book very readable and student friendly.

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Comments: (7)
watchman
This is one of the few books throughout my tenure at university in my pursuit of a Computer Engineering degree that I have actually enjoyed. The book is very well written, contains minimal mistakes in the questions and answers and generally handles itself very well. The colors are great and the general writing and explanations are very helpful in following through in electronics courses.

There are PLENTY of questions to review and study, including worked out examples, "test-your-understanding" questions, exercise questions and chapter review questions typically used for homework. The book is sturdily constructed, and has plenty of color throughout and detailed explanations.

It occasionally presents topics/concepts and suggests that you follow them, but then proceeds to forget that it exists from there on out (Amplifier Stiff-Biasing Criteria, for example), which is frustrating, but bearable.
Warianys
I've been sifting through this book to do a side by side comparison to what's basically this ones sister book by similar name, same publisher, but written by Jaeger & Blalock. I really like what I see. Worked through examples in each chapter and answers to chapter practice problems in the back to check that you're actually understanding the material. (Something Jaeger & Blalock is sorely lacking.) Is the book perfect? No. It doesn't look into some subjects the other book does and perhaps doesn't go as deep into some subjects either. So why five stars? Because it's actually trying to teach by analysis and example. The other book throws equations at you without explanation and relies too heavily on a professor to run through examples in lecture. This one lets you examine problems outside the classroom so you might show up prepared to ask directed questions. Neamen even adds Jaeger & Blalock's 3rd Ed. book as suggested reading near the back so he must have felt he could better explain the same material. From what I've read thus far I believe he has.
BlackHaze
I was initially worried that the "international edition" of this book would be different from the one required by my university, but this was not the case. I used this book for the past semester and had no issues. The only difference I noticed was the cover art and that the inside illustrations seemed to lack the color variation that the other (more pricey) edition had. That didn't really matter, it's mostly an aesthetic thing.

It was a great purchase and I saved a lot of money, even over renting the book.
Cildorais
This book unfortunately leaves some to be desired in transistor circuit analysis. It really seems to try and boil common circuits down to a set of formulas that are not universal or intuitive. The first couple of chapters are wonderful and full of information. The later chapters seem to be a great fit for someone who is interested in research..
DarK-LiGht
Its half way through the semester as I write this, and thus far I can honestly say that this is a pretty good book. Equations are made clear as day and are explained pretty well. The text is very very dense, that is, its not at all easy to skim through. Every paragraph seems to be crammed with info, and since its the subject is very technical, that same paragraph usually requires reading twice, so if your professor assigns reading its my suggestion that its started a little earlier than the student might be used to doing.
Gandree
More fun than transmission line analysis, less fun than psychedelic mushrooms.
Xlisiahal
I love it!
Great book!