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ANALOG SEEKrets, DC to Daylight

ANALOG SEEKrets, DC to Daylight

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Published by Leslie Green
This is the full text of an Electronics text book I wrote and published as a paperback. The physical version is now out of print.

This is not a freebie valueless pdf. It is the full text (578 pages) of a professional level text book for professional electronics designers. It took 6 years to write and is based on 25 years of professional expertise. If you study this book it could be the difference between getting that key design job or not. If already employed, it could make the difference between getting promoted to a more senior position a year or more faster. How much would either of these situations be worth to you? The bottom line is that you are receiving potentially thousands of dollars/pounds of value and being asked to make a contribution in exchange.

It may be that the information is this book is not what you were looking for. Ok, no harm done in downloading it. You can decide on the value of this book to you. Maybe it’s only $1/£1, but more likely it’s closer to a professional textbook level of $50/£50.

The statistics on this are as follows: As at September 2014 there had been 20,000+ downloads from scribd but only 21 payments. [Somehow the counter on scribd has been reset and now reads 5000 views]. The point is that a great many people either find this book entirely valueless or are abusing the generosity of the author. If you are a student, feel free to defer payment until after you get a suitable job.

I would appreciate a contribution by Paypal to
logbook@lineone.net
even for as little as $3.
This is the full text of an Electronics text book I wrote and published as a paperback. The physical version is now out of print.

This is not a freebie valueless pdf. It is the full text (578 pages) of a professional level text book for professional electronics designers. It took 6 years to write and is based on 25 years of professional expertise. If you study this book it could be the difference between getting that key design job or not. If already employed, it could make the difference between getting promoted to a more senior position a year or more faster. How much would either of these situations be worth to you? The bottom line is that you are receiving potentially thousands of dollars/pounds of value and being asked to make a contribution in exchange.

It may be that the information is this book is not what you were looking for. Ok, no harm done in downloading it. You can decide on the value of this book to you. Maybe it’s only $1/£1, but more likely it’s closer to a professional textbook level of $50/£50.

The statistics on this are as follows: As at September 2014 there had been 20,000+ downloads from scribd but only 21 payments. [Somehow the counter on scribd has been reset and now reads 5000 views]. The point is that a great many people either find this book entirely valueless or are abusing the generosity of the author. If you are a student, feel free to defer payment until after you get a suitable job.

I would appreciate a contribution by Paypal to
logbook@lineone.net
even for as little as $3.

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Published by: Leslie Green on Jan 26, 2012
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ANALOG SEEKrets
DC to daylight
… a master class in electronics design
Leslie Green ACGI CEng MIEE
 
ANALOG SEEKrets
 
DC to daylight Copyright © Leslie Green, 2007. All rights reserved. The author, Leslie Green, asserts his moral rights. No part of this document may be translated, transmitted, transcribed, reproduced or copied by any means (except as allowed under copyright law), without prior written agreement from the copyright holder.
Contact: logbook@lineone.net
www.logbook.freeserve.co.uk/seekrets
PUBLISHER
© Future Science Research Press, 30 High Street, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 8EG, United Kingdom. Printed and bound in the United Kingdom by CPI Antony Rowe, Eastbourne. First Printing: March 2007 Second Printing: October 2007 (with minor corrections) PDF version: March 2011 Cataloguing-in-publication data Green, Leslie 1957 - Analog Seekrets, DC to daylight. ISBN 978-0-9555064-0-6 621.3815 TK7867
 
 
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SAFETY NOTICE
No part of this text shall be used as a reason for breaking established safety procedures. In the unlikely event of a conflict between this text and established safety procedures, consult the relevant responsible authority for guidance.
LEGAL NOTICE
Whilst every effort has been made to minimise errors in this text, the author and publisher specifically disclaim any liability to anyone for any errors or omissions which remain. The reader is required to exercise good judgement when applying ideas or information from this book.
DEVICE DATA
Where specific manufacturers’ data has been quoted, this is purely for the purpose of specific illustration. The reader should not infer that items mentioned are being endorsed or condemned, or any shade of meaning in between.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This book would not have been possible without the assistance of over 100 personally owned text books, boxes full of published papers, and years of both assistance and debate with colleagues. All SPICE simulations were done using SIMetrix v2.5. Mathematical simulations and plots were done using Mathcad 13 (Mathsoft) and MS Excel 2003. Word processing was done using MS Word 2003 on an AMD Athlon 62 X2 4200+ processor using 2GB of RAM. PDF output was produced using PDF995 by Software995.
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 On the front cover is an F-band (90 GHz
 140 GHz) E-H tuner from Custom Microwave Inc. On the rear cover is a 2D field plot of the cross-section of a round pipe in a square conduit done using 2DField (see the author’s website). The unusual RC circuit on the rear cover gives a maximum voltage gain of just over 15%. Ordinary RC circuits give less than unity voltage gain.

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