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Designing Analog Chips by Hans Camenzind

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Designing Analog Chips
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Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 1589397185
ISBN-13: 9781589397187
Number of pages: 242

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A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. 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.

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