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The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background. The emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with hundreds of examples to explain the choices. Concepts are presented following the history of their discovery. Content: 1. Current Mirrors. Differential Pairs. Current Sources. Bandgap References. Op Amps.
Comparators Transimpedance Amplifiers Timers and Oscillators. Phase-Locked Loops. This book can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format, free of charge pages, 2. If you decide to print it, a color printer is recommended. All chapters have an even number of pages to make double-sided printing easy. Download Book. For European readers the hard-cover version is printed in the UK and is available on-line through Amazon.
Hans Camenzind was born and raised in Switzerland and moved to the U. After several years doing research in the Boston area, he moved to the West Coast to join Signetics now Philips and later started his own company, Interdesign. After heading it for seven years he sold Interdesign to Plessey. Since then he has been an independent design consultant in analog IC design, operating under the name Array Design in San Francisco.
During his career at four different companies he designed the first integrated class D amplifier, introduced the phase-locked loop concept to ICs, invented the semicustom IC and created the timer. He has designed standard and custom ICs so far.
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Designing Analog Chips by Hans Camenzind
Designing Analog Chips