Troubleshooting Analog Circuits, by Robert A. Pease, contains some of the best of the author's articles that appeared in Electronic Design magazine. This book is now in its 14th printing, and has been translated into French, German, Dutch, and Russian. Every chapter has been expanded and two new chapters and several appendices have been added, as well as numerous tables summarizing troubleshooting approaches for various components.
Softcover, 217 pages
- Choosing Equipment
- Components: Resistors, Inductors, Capacitors
- Material and Assembly Problems
- Operational Amplifiers
- Spurious Oscillations
- Analog-Digital Boundary
- Digital Integrated Circuits
About the Author
Robert A. Pease was born in 1940, and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1961 with the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering. He joined National Semiconductor in 1976, and serves as Staff Scientist. A holder of more than 21 patents, he has designed many analog integrated circuits including power regulators, voltage references, voltage-to-frequency converters, temperature sensors, and amplifiers. As an author, he has contributed to Electronic Design magazine since 1990.