Op Amp Applications Handbook
by Walt Jung
Publisher: Newnes 2004
Number of pages: 229
This practical handbook not only teaches the basic fundamentals of op amps, it also covers various op amp application areas in great detail. This is not a cookbook of circuit designs, but rather a book to learn how the circuit and amplifiers actually function. Circuit designers, electrical engineers, instrumentation engineers, or electrical engineering students, will find this to be a very useful and practical reference book on op amps and their application.
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by James M. Fiore - Mohawk Valley Community College
The book progresses from the fundamental circuit building blocks through to analog/digital conversion systems. The text is intended for use in a second year Operational Amplifiers course at the Associate level, or for a junior level course.
by Abhijit Athavale, Carl Christensen - Xilinx
This book discusses high-speed serial designs with real world examples of how to implement working designs. High-speed serial I/O can be used to solve system interconnect design challenges. Such I/Os allow you to create high-performance designs.
by Jim Williams - Cahners Pub. Co.
Analog design is not dead. Neither is interest in it. Although digital design techniques have become the primary focus of most magazines, the need for linear applications remains strong. Designers continue to make significant advances in linear ICs.
by Tony R. Kuphaldt
Questions and answers about electronics covering several topics: basic electricity, simple circuits, Ohm's Law, op-amps. A tested way of centering instruction around students is to teach by asking questions, generally called the 'Socratic method'.