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Analog Circuit Design

Analog operation is fundamental to all electronics. Analog electronic circuits process voltages and currents representing signals such as music, video or the position of a robot arm. At the most fundamental level, all electronics are analog in nature.

This textbook is for designers of analog circuitry, whether students, hobbyists or practicing engineers. It focuses on the use of off-the-shelf parts and designs that solve real-world problems.

Analog Circuit Design introduces new material and new ways of considering traditional material. For example:

  • A lever diagram simplifies the design of op-amp based amplifiers and Schmitt triggers.
  • The Laplace Transform is presented as an engineering tool with a minimum of mathematics, using the computer algebra program Maxima.
  • A section on Complete Systems illustrates engineering tradeoffs in realworld design examples.
  • The Zoo shows circuits that illustrate unusual capabilities of electronic circuits, transforming impedance and other tricks.
  • Equipment cooling and electrical interference are killer problems that afflict many engineering projects. Each of these has its own chapter.

With 1000+ pages and diagrams, 340 references and an extensive index, Analog Circuit Design will be a useful reference for anyone working in this field.

ISBN 978-0-9867235-0-6



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The textbook Analog Circuit Design is sold in eBook format. The eBook has several advantages. It keeps the cost at a minimum and provides convenient navigation aids such as in-text links to formulae, diagrams and other sections of the book. It's portable: you can put a copy on your laptop or tablet, which beats lugging around a massive volume of paper. That said, there are times when it's nice to have a printed copy.

Printed Ebook

You're welcome to make a hard copy version for your own use. Here's one way to do that.

  • Purchase a 4 inch binder to hold the material. We recommend the Avery 4 inch 'One-Touch', heavy duty binder, part number 79704. It's available from Staples. The rings joint quite precisely, making it easy to move paper over them. One thing to note about that binder: on most binders, you can pull the rings apart to open them. Do *not* do that with this binder, you'll bend the rings. Use the 'one-touch' lever.
  • Take the eBook file on a USB key to your local copy shop and print it off, black-and white, double-sided, 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets. Some copy machines can do a three-hole punch at the same time. That saves a lot of work.
  • Print the sheet for the front cover and spine, and the sheet for the rear cover. Use card stock, 11 x 17 inches, and print these in colour. Copy shops often have a shear that you can use to trim these sheets to size. Trim them and insert them in the cover pockets.
  • If the pages are not three-hole punched, you'll have to do it by hand. If you can, do it in the copy shop using their industrial hole-puncher. The light duty ones can only take a few pages at a time, so punching the entire manuscript by that method is pretty tedious.
  • Open the binder and install the sheets. You're done!