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Wideband Amplifiers

  • Peter Starič
  • Erik Margan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 1-87
  3. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 89-206
  4. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 207-304
  5. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 305-375
  6. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 377-510
  7. Peter Starič, Erik Margan
    Pages 577-623
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 625-630

About this book


This work covers two bases, both performance optimization strategies and a complete introduction to mathematical procedures required for a successful circuit design. It starts from the basics of mathematical procedures and circuit analysis before moving on to the more advanced topics of system optimization and synthesis, along with the complete mathematical apparatus required. The authors have been at pains to make the material accessible by limiting the mathematics to the necessary minimum.


Bessel Poles for System Transient Optimization Inductive Peaking Compensation Techniques Laplace- and Fourier transform (FFT) Modern High-Speed IC-Amplifiers Scratch computer electronic circuit filter material modeling semiconduct semiconductor

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter Starič
    • 1
  • Erik Margan
    • 1
  1. 1.Jožef Stefan InstituteLjubljanaSlovenia

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"Wideband Amplifiers by Peter Staric and Eric Margan is to my knowledge by far the best modern book about this topic and can be highly recommended to anyone who is engaged in the design of such amplifiers. It can be truly called a Standard Book, well worth to be included in the Springer catalogue. A substantial portion of the book contains knowledge only available within the very few companies which play a leading role in this field.

One strength of this book is its comprehensiveness: it is not necessary to refer to other books in order to derive benefits from it, the mathematics required to understand the main part are meticulously explained in its first chapters. The second part of the book deals with the standard peaking circuits and then introduces the socalled „T-Coil" which is essentially a complex transformer. The knowledge about these circuits is inversely proportional to their importance." (Dr.-Ing. Artur Seibt - Wien, Austria)