Millman's Integrated Electronics: Analog And Digital Circuits And Systems is one of the most popular books on electronic circuits, and this revised and updated edition was published by Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited in 2011.
Summary Of The Book
Written primarily for students who want to pursue and study electronic engineering, Millman's Integrated Electronics: Analog And Digital Circuits And Systems is a helpful and comprehensive guide. First published almost four decades ago, this edition has been adapted to inculcate modern changes and developments in electronics, and has been thoroughly revised.
The book commences with a preface to this new and adapted edition. Providing recent data on technology and electronic circuits, the book is divided into nineteen comprehensive chapters. Topics like Transport Phenomena in Semiconductors, Field Effect Transistor, Stability and Oscillators and Power Circuits and Systems are discussed in great detail. An entire chapter has been dedicated to multistage and feedback amplifiers as well. Each chapter culminates in a set of practice questions for the students.
Additionally, the text contains 574 review questions, 242 solved examples, 170 objective questions and 712 homework circuit-simulation problems. A list of reference symbols is also provided at the start of the book to aid the reader’s comprehension. The book culminates with two appendices, which address different conversion factors, probable values of general physical constants, and prefixes.
Implementing enhanced pedagogy, Millman's Integrated Electronics: Analog And Digital Circuits And Systems is an in-depth guide for those interested in electronic circuits and technology and is designed to help the reader get a firm grasp on the subject.
About The Authors
Jacob Millman, born in 1911, was a Ukrainian author and professor of Electrical Engineering.
He has authored Microelectronics, Integrated Electronics: Analog And Digital Circuits And Systems, Pulse, Digital and Switching Waveforms, and Electronic Devices and Circuits.
After procuring a doctoral degree from the MIT in 1935, he went on to teach Electrical Engineering at Columbia University from 1951 to 1975. He is credited with the invention of Millman’s Theorem, or the parallel generator theorem. He was the recipient of the 1970 IEEE Education Medal, and passed away in Florida in 1991.
Christos Halkias is an American author and professor.
He has authored books like Electronic Fundamentals and Applications: For Engineers and Scientists.
Halkias studied at the City College of New York and procured a doctorate in Electrical Engineering. With almost three decades of teaching expertise, he has taught at colleges like the City College of New York, Columbia University and National Technical University of Athens. He was also a board member of Intrasoft SA, the Information Society Technologies Advisory Board and the Greek National Research Advisory.
Chetan D. Parikh is an Indian author and associate professor.
After graduating from IIT in 1985, he procured his Master’s and doctoral degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville. He has worked as an associate professor at IIT Bombay, as a visiting associate professor at the University of Missouri and Purdue University, and is known for his work on the heterojunction bipolar transistor, short-channel MOSFET, parasitic thyristor in CMOS, insulated-gate bipolar transistor, and super-junction transistor.