That provides essentially zero useful information.I have background information but I want to learn everything about circuit design.
I dont have a lot information aboutThat provides essentially zero useful information.
What is "background information"?
"Background information" should include should include proficiency with the following (non-exhaustive) list:
* constitutive equations for resistors, capacitors, and inductors.
* Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
* Kirchhoff's Current Law
* branch current analysis
* loop voltage analysis
* mesh current analysis
* node voltage analysis
* superposition
* transform methods of circuit analysis
* complex power
* magnetically-coupled circuits
* constitutive equation for p-n junction diodes
* large signal analysis of diode circuits
* small signal analysis of diode circuits
* constitutive equations for bipolar junction and field effect transistors
* large signal analysis of transistor circuits
* single transistor common emitter/source amplifiers
* single transistor common collector/drain amplifiers
* single transistor common base/gate amplifiers
* two-transistor differential pair amplifiers
* current mirrors
* active loads
* two-port networks
* frequency-selective networks
* ideal opamp circuits
* non-ideal opamp circuits
* oscillators
* combinatorial digital logic
* sequential digital logic
* finite state machine analysis
Are you proficient in all of these topics? If not, which ones are you proficient in?
It is pretty much impossible for anyone "to learn everything about circuit design."
This would include, as just a short sample:
High voltage DC power transmission
High voltage AC power transmission
Rotating machine design
Radio-frequency circuits
Microwave circuits
Electro-optical circuits
Superconductor circuits
Sub-microvolt circuits
Analog integrated circuit design
Digital integrated circuit design
Mixed-signal integrated circuit design
Automotive electronics
Transformer design
CPU architectures
Memory architectures
Magnetic storage devices
Inductive energy transfer design
So do you think you might be just a little more specific in what you are asking for?
Thanks a lot for your helpSo if you have proficiency in the entire first list, you should be able to start looking for information about different areas of circuit design. Picking something at random, let's consider oscillator design.
Google "oscillator design" and start looking through the links. Some of them will be junk or very superficial. Here's one that looks like it's got some promise:
http://sss-mag.com/cosc.html
Look for links that, like this one, contain references to books or other sites that you can follow. Wikipedia is usually a great source for links for further exploration.
by Jake Hertz
by Jake Hertz