Analog Circuit Design, Volume Three Debuts

Waltham, MA – Elsevier announces the publication of Analog Circuit Design Volume Three: Design Note Collection, the next book in the Analog Circuit Design series, edited by Bob Dobkin and John Hamburger. Dobkin has been closely involved in the development of high performance linear integrated circuits (ICs) for more than 30 years and has generated many industry standard circuits. He also holds more than 100 patents pertaining to linear ICs.

Watch Bob Dobkin talk about analog circuit design here
The Design Note Collection is a comprehensive volume of applied circuit design solutions, providing refined and practical design techniques. The book includes an extensive power management section, covering switching regulator design, linear regulator design, microprocessor power design, battery management, powering LED lighting, automotive and industrial power design. Other sections span a range of analog design topics, including data conversion, data acquisition, communications interface design, operational amplifier design techniques, filter design, wireless/RF communications and network design.

This book extends the series initiated by the highly successful publication of Analog Circuit Design: A Tutorial Guide to Applications and Solutions and Analog Circuit Design, Volume 2, Immersion in the Black Art of Analog Design. The series includes contributions from industry leaders in analog design such as Bob Dobkin, Jim Williams, George Erdi and Carl Nelson.

The books are available on the Elsevier Store and on ScienceDirect. For more information, visit:
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