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2007\10\16@054920 by Xiaofan Chen

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The manager of another division in our engineering organization
has bought some books (mainly switching power supply
theory/design, PCB layout and EMC related books). All
are quite good to have. Now I want to recommend some
books as well: analog electroncs (OPAMP, ADC/DAC),
digital electronics (CPLD/FPGA related), basic RF (we
do not do RF), embedded C/C++, embdded RTOS,
basic Windows/Windows CE programming, CAN/Ethernet,
etc.

There are many books now. What are your recommendations?

Regards,
Xiaofan

2007\10\16@122243 by Marcel Duchamp

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Xiaofan Chen wrote:
> The manager of another division in our engineering organization
> has bought some books (mainly switching power supply
> theory/design, PCB layout and EMC related books). All
> are quite good to have. Now I want to recommend some
> books as well: analog electroncs (OPAMP, ADC/DAC),
> digital electronics (CPLD/FPGA related), basic RF (we
> do not do RF), embedded C/C++, embdded RTOS,
> basic Windows/Windows CE programming, CAN/Ethernet,
> etc.
>
> There are many books now. What are your recommendations?
>
> Regards,
> Xiaofan

Some search result copies from google on books I have and like:

IC Op-Amp Cookbook (3rd Edition): Books: Walter G. Jung

Active Filter Cookbook - Don Lancaster

Grounding and Shielding Techniques: Books: Ralph Morrison

Transistor Circuit Approximations (Hardcover) by Albert Paul Malvino
(Author) ... A good book to understand transistors from an engineering
point of view. ...

ARRL Handbook

ARRL Antenna Handbook

K&R C Programming Language

Pressman - Switching-Supply-Design Abraham-Pressman

ApNotes from Linear Tech, National Semi, TI, Analog Devices to name a few...


2007\10\16@140118 by Mark Rages

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On 10/16/07, Xiaofan Chen <spam_OUTxiaofancTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:
> The manager of another division in our engineering organization
> has bought some books (mainly switching power supply
> theory/design, PCB layout and EMC related books). All
> are quite good to have. Now I want to recommend some
> books as well: analog electroncs (OPAMP, ADC/DAC),
> digital electronics (CPLD/FPGA related), basic RF (we
> do not do RF), embedded C/C++, embdded RTOS,
> basic Windows/Windows CE programming, CAN/Ethernet,
> etc.
>
> There are many books now. What are your recommendations?
>

Bob Pease, "Troubleshooting Analog Circuits".

Regards,
Mark
markrages@gmail
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Mark Rages, Engineer
Midwest Telecine LLC
.....markragesKILLspamspam@spam@midwesttelecine.com

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