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Handbook of Analog Circuit Design

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    Dennis Feucht(Author)

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  • PDF | 668 pages
  • Dennis Feucht(Author)
  • Academic Pr (November 1, 1990)
  • English
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  • Engineering & Transportation

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  • By Mark Huth on January 20, 2018

    This is a valuable reference book with lots of very detailed design information. This review is not for the content so much as it is for the Kindle edition. The Kindle edition is full of scanning errors and other problems. For example, Chapter two starts out with pages out of order. The intro to section 2.1 is immediately followed by E2.1 example. The actual 2.1 content is 7 or 8 pages later. This makes the example seem useless, with poorly defined terms. To add insult to injury, the first example is typeset incorrectly, and contains a error from the original book.Example 2.1 posits an NPN BJT with Bf =99 and Is = 1E-6. The Is constant turns out to be wrong for the result obtained from equation E1, which is the current form of Ebers-Moll. However, the equation is incorrect in that is In (that's capital I - the font has serifs). After puzzling over that for a bit, and knowing that this relationship should be exponential (or logarithmic) I figured it out. Skipping forward a bit I fount the definition for Vt (themal voltage). Had the material been presented in order, there would have been no confusion. Next I plugged in the appropriate constants to find that I got nothing like what the example claimed. After messing about with that for a couple of hours, and looking at other references, I figured out the Is should be 10^-16 instead of 10^-6. What should have been a routine review of transistor models turned into a puzzle due to the publisher's egregious inattention to proof reading. This sloppiness is all too common in the Kindle e-textbooks.On the plus side, the diagrams can be opened and expanded on an iPad to become legible. Not all Kindle renderings can make that claim. The text size increases and also increases formula sizes as well, another thing that does not always work. So 3 stars - good material, adequate adjustments, poor proofing.

  • By Joseph Cierniewski on October 27, 2014

    This book appears to be an earlier edition of Feucht's title "Analog Circuit Design Series: Four Volume Set" published by SciTech Publishing in 2010. I've compared the tables of content for both titles and found them to be nearly identical. I purchased the 4 volume paperback set for about $130 back in 2013. For an older edition in one paperback volume $85 seems reasonably priced.As for the content, Feucht provides a very comprehensive survey of analog circuits. I consider this title a valuable reference for analog designers.

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