Planet Analog Editor's Note: You may think that there is little or nothing new to say about analog design, except that the new ICs keep getting better: more precise, reduced drift, and lower power dissipation.
This recently published book proves that is not the case. Edited by analog legend Bob Pease of National Semiconductor Corporation, Analog Circuits: World Class Design (472 pages, $39.95) has varied and insightful content provided by well-known, recognized analog experts Bonnie Baker, Richard S. Burwen, Sergio Franco, Phil Perkins, Marc Thompson, Jim Williams, and Steve Winder.
We are pleased to provide two complete chapters of the book:
Chapter 4: Finding the Perfect Op-Amp for your Perfect Circuit, by Bonnie Baker
Chapter 8: Noise: The Three Categories--Device, Conducted, and Emitted
, also by Bonnie Baker
- Part 1: will be posted January 7, 2009
- Part 2: will be posted January 14, 2009
- Part 3: will be posted January 21, 2009
- Part 4: will be posted January 28, 2009
You can read more about the book, and see its Table of Contents, here
The publisher is offering a 20% discount to anyone who orders the book directly before December 31, 2008. Click on www.elsevierdirect.com and type in code 92836, or call 1-800-545-2522 and mention code 92836 when ordering.
These excerpts are used with permission from Newnes, a division of Elsevier, copyright 2008. For more information, go to http://www.newnes.com.