Essential Analog Electronics
- Publish Date: 1997-08-13
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Owen Bishop B.Sc (Bristol.) B.Sc (Oxon.)
The emphasis of this book is on understanding the essentials of analog electronics, rather than blindly applying equations and formulae. Students and professionals at all levels will be able to grasp the basic concepts without being side-tracked by burdensome calculations, which are now solved by computers in the real world and therefore need not hold back the engineer or designer.
Analog electronics is a topic in its own right, but also relates to most other aspects of electronics. Often ignored in favour of digital techniques, it is nevertheless a compulsory area of study for all electronics engineers and technicians as it underpins many technologies. To reflect the increased use of computer simulation by electronic design engineers, the many illustrations in this book include graphs and numerical data obtained from computer analyses.
Owen Bishop has written many best-selling books including Understand Electrical and Electronic Maths, Understand Technical Maths, Understand Electronics and Understand Electronic Filters, all published by Newnes.
avoids becoming bogged down with heavy calculations
offers the basics so as to develop intuitive understanding
illustrated with computer simulations of analog circuits