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Wow! :shock:

Just came across this pdf. I've never seen so much good information in one package. All kinds of stuff:

9. Hardware Design Techniques
9.1 Passive Components
9.2 PC Board Design Issues
9.3 Analog Power Supply Systems
9.4 Overvoltage Protection
9.5 Thermal Management
9.6 EMI/RFI Considerations
9.7 Low Voltage Logic Interfacing
9.8 Breadboarding and Prototyping

Great stuff from the people at Analog! (no I don't work for them.)

edited...forgotten link added.

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Last Edited: Tue. Jul 31, 2007 - 04:23 PM
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Do you have a link to the pdf?

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What's that PDF called?

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Google search
site:www.analog.com filetype:pdf Breadboarding and Prototyping

Finds this:
http://www.analog.com/library/an...

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HAHAHAH I forgot the link!!! I'm so sorry. Yes Zoom got it right...HAHAHAH Sorry I was so excited LOL

I'm a hardware guy and I just can't pull myself away from reading it! Great stuff and well written. I'd say a must read for people who are really trying figure out "best practices". I'm making this required reading for all our new hires.

Go electric!
Happy electric car owner / builder

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Very nice reading indeed...
I think I really should get myself a digital book for my pdf files... This one, Feynman lectures, AVR datasheets etc.
Hard to sit still in front of a PC so long...

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HAHAHAH I forgot the link!!! I'm so sorry. Yes Zoom got it right...HAHAHAH Sorry I was so excited LOL

:)

Indeed a very good PDF .... thanks

Nard

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Thanks for the post! Great information.

You can't go wrong reading most anything by Walt Jung or Walt Kester. Hmmm, both named Walt. Here's a whole list of links to pdfs of articles by the Walt's.

http://www.google.com/search?aq=...

Another good read is The Circuit Designer's Companion. As Director of Engineering (in a previous life) all new engineers received a copy of this and were expected to read it. I see the second edition is now available. http://www.amazon.com/Circuit-De...

Tom

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You know, I never thought of just doing a Google for everything either of the "Walts" ever did. Thanks for the link Tom! Consider it bookmarked.

Go electric!
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Nice. Please also add to the books storage on the offtopic forum (the sticky).

Here's another nice one:
http://www.phy.davidson.edu/inst...

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Just came across this pdf. I've never seen so much good information in one package. All kinds of stuff:

I got a hardcopy of this chapter several months ago for being on their mailing list for one of their online news letters. It is really great. They might still have it available... ask your local ADI rep.

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You can't go wrong reading most anything by Walt Jung or Walt Kester.

Here is a link to Walt Jung's website "library"

http://www.waltjung.org/Library.html

John

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That pdf is the entire chapter 9 of the book The Data Conversion Handbook.
It's got a "brother" called Op Amp Applications Handbook.

I have both and they are very good. Practically oriented with lots of complete examples, tons of information.
Of course parts selection is biased towards ADI, but I think that's OK. Real working circuits, and the component's specifications can be looked up from data sheets.

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