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Issue 3 • Date Sept. 1969

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  • Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Education Group

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): c2
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  • Introduction

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): 149
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  • Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): 150
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  • Modeling for Computer-Aided Analysis and Design

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): 151
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  • A Regional Approach for Computer-Aided Transistor Design

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):152 - 161
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    A regional approach to transistor design is presented which makes possible the determination of transistor gain hFE for any transistor (doping profile specified) operating at any given values of emitter current IE and collector-to-emitter voltage VCE. This approach extends the classical diffusion theory of transistors to include conductivity modulation, voltage-controlled base motion, and current-... View full abstract»

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  • Linear Circuit Models Derived via Computer Optimization

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):162 - 169
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    To make more efficient use of the computer as an aid in obtaining linear small signal circuit models, a method of successive approximation is presented and used to obtain a variety of circuit models. Several useful search strategies are presented and specific examples illustrate their use in deriving better approximations from an initial starting point. The relative merits of various search strate... View full abstract»

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  • Black-Box Models for Linear Integrated Circuits

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):170 - 180
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    The paper presents a general approach to the modeling of linear integrated circuits for computer-aided analysis in the frequency domain. The modeling is done through black boxes whose internal details are ignored and which are characterized only at their external terminals. Lumped and distributed, ideal and experimentally characterized multiterminal devices can be handled. The mathematical charact... View full abstract»

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  • Circuit Models for Transformers

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):181 - 188
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    Circuit models are developed from the physical behavior of transformers. The models contain passive elements and controlled sources which are directly useful in computer analysis programs, and which the designer can use a readily as transistor and vacuum-tube models. Linear models are developed for ideal and perfect transformers and for lossy transformers. A piecewise linear model is developed for... View full abstract»

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  • Modeling and Simulation of a Tunnel Diode Motor

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):189 - 196
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    A simple electromechanical device called a tunnel diode motor was described in the "Amateur Scientist" section of the Scientific American [1]. From the construction details presented there a prototype was built with the idea that this would make a good example for the classroom. It has since been used twice in a graduate level course in digital computer simulation. This device has served well to i... View full abstract»

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  • Educational Uses of On-Line Circuit Design

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):197 - 198
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  • Circuit Design Application of the Michigan Terminal System

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):198 - 202
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    The student use of batch on-line teletypewriter and graphical display facilities for circuit design at the University of Michigan is discussed. This includes batch use of GCA programs, teletypewriter use at the elementary algorithmic level, and display use for man-machine and automatic iterative design. Focus is placed on the economics of each level of design and on student reactions. View full abstract»

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  • A Computer-Oriented Sophomore Course on Nonlinear Circuit Analysis

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):202 - 208
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    This paper describes the philosophy, application, and implementation of a collection of FORTRAN IV computer programs currently being used in a sophomore course on nonlinear circuit analysis at Purdue University. Since these programs were developed from the education rather than the user point of view, some of them were deliberately designed in the form of a series of subroutines, and were stored i... View full abstract»

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  • Student Experience with Interactive Computer Programs for Linear Circuit Design

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):208 - 212
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    Computer programs which allow interactionbetweenthe user and the machine in the design of linear circuits have been used by students of a graduate course in computer-aided circuit design. These programs, which enable the determination of circuit element nominal values to realize responses within specified constraints, have been operated both with batch processing and on-line through commercial tim... View full abstract»

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  • The Use of On-Line Graphical Computer Systems for Student Research

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):213 - 216
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    The purpose of this paper is to point out the advantages and disadvantages of using an on-line graphical computer for graduate student research. The system itself consists of an IBM 2250 model I graphic console operating through IBM 360/40,/75, and /91 computers. It was hoped that this would provide an interactive graphical system permitting the student to solve his dissertation problems in a nove... View full abstract»

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  • Teaching of Transistor Circuit Design Using a Digital Computer

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):216 - 219
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    The availability of rapid on-line computational facilities has forced a major revision of our course on multistage transistor amplifiers. Approximate methods of analysis are now no longer helpful: the exact gain and bandwidth can be readily calculated on a computer. However, previously derived approximate relations for bandwidth can be inverted to provide excellent first-order design equations. Th... View full abstract»

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  • Computer-Flavored Circuit Theory

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):219 - 222
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    The objective in the courses described herein was to teach circuit analysis, optimization, and design in a way that recognizes the important role of computers, but does not become overpowered by the myriad subtleties and irrationalities of real-world computers. This paper discusses the author's experience in using existing interactive computer facilities to teach graduate and undergraduate circuit... View full abstract»

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  • Contributors

    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s):222 - 224
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    Publication Year: 1969, Page(s): 224a
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