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Please help me by giving details about the best books and authors you know for circuit analysis,basic electronics,electronic devices,integrated circuits,op-amps,vlsi basics,cmos basics,fpga,asic design.
- Analysis and design of Analog Integrated Circuits from Gray (very good but not basic). (cmos and bipolar explained at the same time, useful to know the advantages of every technology).
You must read first:
- Razavi's book.
- Greene book.
Chapter 8 of CMOS Analog Circuit Design from Allen and Holberg, very good too.
If you have a specific subject that you are more interested it would be better to recomend a boook.
i have a scanned version of P.Gray and C.Searle.
some of its chapters are:
7. Bipolar junction transistor
8. Dynamic models for bipolar transistor
9. MOS field-effect transistors
10.Junction field-effect transistors
11.Incremental modem for transistors
12.Determination of incremental parameters
13.Biasing of field-effect and Bipolar transistors
14.low frequency and high frequency response calculation
this book has 24 chapters.
it is an old book(1969) but is a refrence for many new texts.
the scanned version which i have, is about 53MB.
how can i send it for you?
some gud books in VLSI are
1) digital design by tocci.
2) CMOS basics in kang, neil weste
3) solid state physics : streetman
4) analog design : grey meyer
5) rf design : RF micro electronics Behzad razavi
5) VHDL : doughlas perry
6) verilog : palnitkar.
how ever if are intrested in only logic design read lots of stuff on net..