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Troubleshooting Analog Circuits
Bob Pease is one of the legends of analog design. Over the years, he's developed techniques and methods to expedite the often-difficult tasks of debugging and troubleshooting analog circuits. Now, Bob has compiled his "battle-tested" method in the pages of this book. Based on his immensely popular series in EDN Magazine, the book contains a wealth of new material. Every ch ...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published July 3rd 1991 by Newnes
(first published 1991)
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While apparently talented at what he does the author is very clearly self-promoting, the president and founder of his own, one-person fan club. While this has little to do with the content of the book, much of which is interesting and helpful, I do tend to think it actually skews or biases a very subjective topic and in the end much of the space in this book is taken up with diatribes on industry folly as opposed to meaningful, meaty content covering the subject of the book.