Current Sources and Voltage References: A Design Reference for Electronics Engineers
Newnes | 2005 | ISBN: 075067752X | 608 pages | PDF | 18,8 MB
A new view on circuit power fundamentals; designers can avoid reinventing the wheel with this book full of adaptable design examples and hints for optimal performance.
"Even if you are more likely to buy than build your own, this book explains what you need to look for." - EDN, September 2005 "... You'll benefit from reading Linden T. Harrison's book. I've never seen a book devoted to these workhorse and often overlooked circuits. Current Sources & Voltage References teaches you how semiconductor devices work and how to use them to design stable voltage and current sources. The author also gives you some history about the people that designed the early devices and circuits." - Test & Measurement World, October 1, 2005