Anglo–American Microelectronics Data 1968–69: Manufacturers by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson

By G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson

Anglo-American Microelectronics information 1968-69, quantity One brands A-P covers semiconductor built-in circuits, thick and skinny movie applied sciences, and buildings open air the semiconductor built-in circuit quarter which come in the microelectronics diversity. The ebook discusses A.B. steel items thick movie microcircuits; AMELCO sequence 16-701/46-701 tentative transistor-transistor common sense; and American Micro-Systems B002e low-power good judgment binary. The booklet additionally describes Bunker-Ramo hybrid thin-film concepts; Centralab thick movie built-in circuits; and CTS Cermet microelectronics. Elliott-automation; Erie R-C and hybrid built-in circuits; and Ether engineering sequence 2020 operational amplifiers also are thought of. different issues contain reasonable baby resistor-transistor micrologic; Hawker Siddeley micropacks; and Plessey SL20 sequence amplifiers. Designers, purchasers, and clients of microelectronic units will locate the textual content invaluable.

Show description

Read or Download Anglo–American Microelectronics Data 1968–69: Manufacturers A–P PDF

Similar microelectronics books

Electronic Materials and Processes Handbook

Digital fabrics are the particular semiconductors, plastics, metals and ceramics that make up the chips and programs from which we build todayís cellphones, palmtops, and PDAs. The swap in functions from computers to smaller communications units has pushed the micro-miniaturization pattern in electronics, which in flip has created a brand new set of demanding situations in developing fabrics to satisfy their standards.

Logic Synthesis for Compositional Microprogram Control Units (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering)

This e-book offers layout equipment for and volume optimization for compositional microprogram keep an eye on devices (CMCU). It contains new types of keep an eye on devices, tools in their synthesis and many examples.

MSP430-based Robot Applications: A Guide to Developing Embedded Systems

This ebook offers a cautious clarification of the elemental parts of electronics and laptop structure, in addition to plenty of examples, to illustrate the interface, sensor layout, programming and microcontroller peripheral setup beneficial for embedded structures improvement. without having for mechanical wisdom of robots, the publication starts off through demonstrating tips to alter an easy radio-controlled vehicle to create a uncomplicated robotic.

Biomaterials for MEMS

This ebook serves as a consultant for practising engineers, researchers, and scholars attracted to MEMS units that use biomaterials and biomedical purposes. it's also appropriate for engineers and researchers attracted to MEMS and its functions yet who shouldn't have the mandatory history in biomaterials.

Additional info for Anglo–American Microelectronics Data 1968–69: Manufacturers A–P

Example text

TEMPERATURE NORMALIZED INPUT IMPEDANCE VS. 6 -40 05 0 40 80 TEMPERATURE-*C -40 0 40 80 120 TEMPERATURE- eC NORMALIZED SINGLE ENDED OUTPUT I M P E D A N C E VS T E M P E R A T U R E NORMALIZED DIFFERENTIAL GAIN VS. 8 < OC 08 . IOOcps ^-j~l OSCILLOSCOPE H ΟΓ V= VERTICAL INPUT H= HORIZONTAL INPUT 1 V CMR = 2 0 l o g - SINGLE-ENDED DYNAMIC RANGE COMMON MODE REJECTION SINE WAVE GENERATOR (100 cps) (M \ AC V P U / VOLTMETER WITH Voc ADJUSTED FOR V | = 0 INPUT OFFSET CURRENT = *Z INPUT IMPEDANCE INPUT OFFSET CURRENT AND I N P U T V , ( V 2= 0 ) x R V 2( V , = 0 ) SINE WAVE GENERATOR (lOOcps) IMPEDANCE 3M- ' rms -I2V POWER SUPPLY REJECTI0N = 2 0 log POWER 29 SUPPLY A Dx l REJECTION Continued AMELCO A13-251 OPERATIONAL (12 P I N ) , A13-351 (10 PIN) AMPLIFIER This General Purpose Amplifier is constructed on a single monolithic silicon substrate.

5 40 CE Ω 260 22 901 Volts TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS Voltage Gain Gain Variation ( 0 ° C t o + 70°C) Gain Variation (DC to 10 Mc) Bandwidth ( - 3 db) Complete part designation consists of the Type #, Grade and Package Designation. Continued o 3J >o o c H I* m° o SS -< Έ m o c _ m o : \ 1 O 0 rö HARMONIC DISTORTION (%) — ro o» * w σ> PHASE LAG (°) — — ro ro O en o m o o o o -< Έ o 2. S σ ^ o er 3-. = 3 CD "Π Ό ro H ·>! ro \ o c /-s OfQ 3 a.

One distinct advantage of a differential dc amplifier is the fact that its t h e r m a l stability (offset drift) can be extremely good if components a r e well matched. T h i s , howe v e r , i s not an e a s y task for the conventional d i s c r e t e dc amplifier. With the use of i n t e grated c i r c u i t r y , passive components can be matched to within 5% with relative ease and the geometry of its active components can be optimized for t h e i r p a r t i c u l a r r e q u i r e m e n t s .

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.52 of 5 – based on 26 votes