[time-nuts] Literature on low noise and HF electronics
saidjack at aol.com
Sun Feb 12 04:00:22 UTC 2012
The appnotes from LT especially Jim Williams articles. LT used to print these in book form.
Check out the V to F designs, and the data acquisition stuff. Very practical with real world components and test results. Very high end analog stuff.
Most textbooks are totally useless, the authors trying to hide their lack of real world experience with lots of math and theory. Also Bob Pease published some books through EDN quite good also.
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On Feb 11, 2012, at 0:43, Attila Kinali <attila at kinali.ch> wrote:
> The recent discussions have made it again clear to me, that i lack
> a lot of knowledge in electronics. Especially when it comes to
> the black arts: analog stuff, HF, getting the most ouf of a transistor,
> or doing it really really low noise.
> Could someone recomend anything to read that would get me more
> insights and knowledge on these topics? May it be books, papers
> or search terms for google.
> Thanks in advance
> Attila Kinali
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