The Art and Science of Analog Circuit Design - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750670623, 9780080499437

The Art and Science of Analog Circuit Design

1st Edition

Editors: Jim Williams
Paperback ISBN: 9780750670623
eBook ISBN: 9780080499437
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 23rd July 1998
Page Count: 416
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Table of Contents

Part One - Learning How: The Importance of Fixing, Jim Williams; How to Grow Strong, Healthy Engineers, Barry Harvey; We Used to Get Burned a Lot, and We Liked It, Barry Harvey; Analog Design Productivity and the Challenge of Creating Future Generations of Analog Engineers, Keitaro Sekine; Thoughts on Becoming and Being an Analog Circuit Designer, Gregory T. A. Kovacs; Cargo Cult Science, Richard Feynman

Part Two - Making It Work: Signal Conditioning in Oscilloscopes and the Spirit of Invention, Steve Roach; One Trip Down the IC Development Road, William H. Gross; Analog Breadboarding, James M. Bryant; Who Wakes the Bugler?, Carl R. Battjes; Tripping the Light Fantastic, Jim Williams;

Part Three - Selling It: Analog Circuit Design for Fun and Profit, Doug Grant; A New Graduate's Guide to the Analog Interview John Harrison's Ticking Box, Lloyd Brown;

Part Four - Guidance and Commentary: Moore's Law, Eric Swanson; Analog Circuit Design, John Willison; There's No Place Like Home, Jim Williams; It Starts with Tomorrow: Fostering Innovation in the Chip-Biz, Barrie Gilbert; The Art and Science of Linear IC Design, Carl Nelson; Analog Design - Thought Process, Bag of Tricks, Trial and Error, or Dumb Luck?, Arthur D. Delagrange;


Description

Part One - Learning How: The Importance of Fixing, Jim Williams; How to Grow Strong, Healthy Engineers, Barry Harvey; We Used to Get Burned a Lot, and We Liked It, Barry Harvey; Analog Design Productivity and the Challenge of Creating Future Generations of Analog Engineers, Keitaro Sekine; Thoughts on Becoming and Being an Analog Circuit Designer, Gregory T. A. Kovacs; Cargo Cult Science, Richard Feynman

Part Two - Making It Work: Signal Conditioning in Oscilloscopes and the Spirit of Invention, Steve Roach; One Trip Down the IC Development Road, William H. Gross; Analog Breadboarding, James M. Bryant; Who Wakes the Bugler?, Carl R. Battjes; Tripping the Light Fantastic, Jim Williams;

Part Three - Selling It: Analog Circuit Design for Fun and Profit, Doug Grant; A New Graduate's Guide to the Analog Interview John Harrison's Ticking Box, Lloyd Brown;

Part Four - Guidance and Commentary: Moore's Law, Eric Swanson; Analog Circuit Design, John Willison; There's No Place Like Home, Jim Williams; It Starts with Tomorrow: Fostering Innovation in the Chip-Biz, Barrie Gilbert; The Art and Science of Linear IC Design, Carl Nelson; Analog Design - Thought Process, Bag of Tricks, Trial and Error, or Dumb Luck?, Arthur D. Delagrange;

Key Features

*Includes visualizing operation of analog circuits

*Describes troubleshooting for optimum circuit performance

*Demonstrates how to produce a saleable product

Readership

Electrical Engineers and Designers


Details

No. of pages:
416
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Newnes 1998
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
eBook ISBN:
9780080499437
Paperback ISBN:
9780750670623

About the Editors

Jim Williams Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Linear Technology Corp