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A Designer's Guide to Innovative Linear Circuits

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A Designer's Guide to Innovative Linear Circuits
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Publisher: Cahners Pub. Co.
Number of pages: 180

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Analog design is not dead. Neither is interest in it. Although digital design techniques have become the primary focus of most electronics trade journals and design magazines, the need for linear applications material remains strong. Designers continue to make significant advances in linear ICs, and using these new devices is anything but a trivial task.

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