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2006\03\01@035359 by kravnus wolf

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Is there any good book or sites on amplifiers. Still
cannot quite explain the "action"/flow of the
amplifier circuit.

Thanks,
John

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2006\03\01@085141 by Robert Young

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> Is there any good book or sites on amplifiers. Still
> cannot quite explain the "action"/flow of the
> amplifier circuit.
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> Thanks,
> John
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Search TI.COM for a copy of "Op Amps for Everyone" by Ron Mancini.  Also
cruise around the application note area at TI, National Semi and Analog
Devices.  Some of the older app notes, especially the National Semi ones
written in the 1970's have some good, basic, classroom stuff.

You might be able to find a used copy of Walter Jung's "OpAmp Cookbook"
or just break down and buy one.

A nice general reference would be Horrowiz and Hill's "The Art of
Electronics" 2nd ed.  Getting a little dated on some of the material
(the microprocessor/microcontroller section for example) and some of the
parts the reference have ceased production but still a good book.

Download a copy of SwitcherCAD III from Linear Technology so you have a
nice free SPICE engine with GUI to play with.  That can help you
understand what is happening (the theory, but not always the
implementation) in an amplifier (BJT, CMOS, FET, op amp, tube, whatever)
circuit.

Rob

2006\03\01@095700 by Chris Levin

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I have the TI "OpAmps for Everyone" as well as some other good tutorials
in PDF format. They are on my website at
http://www.rocklizard.org/webdownloads/OpAmpTutorials.zip

-Chris

2006\03\01@110830 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Download a copy of SwitcherCAD III from Linear Technology
>so you have a nice free SPICE engine with GUI to play with.
>That can help you understand what is happening (the theory,
>but not always the implementation) in an amplifier (BJT,
>CMOS, FET, op amp, tube, whatever) circuit.

There is also a very helpful advice group at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LTspice/ where the files section has a fair
number of things that are not provided with the package as provided, and the
members give lots of help on using other manufacturers models with
SwitcherCad.

I went to a presentation by the guy that wrote and maintains SwitcherCad,
and they make no bones about providing it for free, and using other
manufacturers models with it.

2006\03\01@121605 by Bob J.

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www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_3/chpt_1/index.html

Regards,
Bob

On 3/1/06, kravnus wolf <spam_OUTkravnusTakeThisOuTspamyahoo.com> wrote:
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> Is there any good book or sites on amplifiers. Still
> cannot quite explain the "action"/flow of the
> amplifier circuit.
>
> Thanks,
> John
>

2006\03\01@204632 by kravnus wolf

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Thanks for the links. i will look into them

Thanks,
John Chung

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