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EE 5/411 CMOS Analog IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Analog IC Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing whiteboard drawings by Mr. Baker.
EE 615 CMOS Mixed-Signal IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Mixed-Signal Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing lecture drawings by Mr. Baker.
Choosing the right ... Tutorial Description: Electronic Products magazine routinely runs articles entitled "Selecting a widget XYZ" or "Choosing the right widget XYZ". They are usually short, and to the point. They won't make you an expert, but can get you started if you are wondering how to make that next design decision.
Digital Does Analog Tutorial Description: This concise tutorial from Machine Design magazine describes the differences between various classes of amplifiers: A, B, AB, C and D.
Modeling RF Systems White Paper Description: 41 page white paper on RF modeling. The introductory paragraph states: "This paper discusses behavioral models of RF blocks. The RF blocks amplify, filter, modulate, and demodulate RF carriers. The paper classifies behavioral RF models as either passband or baseband. Like device-level models, passband models explicitly simulate every cycle of the carrier."
Designing Analog Chips Book Description: The associated web site provides this synopsys: "A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background. The emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with hundreds of examples to explain the choices. Concepts are presented following the history of their discovery. "
Theory and Design of Electrical and Electronic Circuits Book Description: 493 page text on basic circuit theory.
Wireless Networking in the Developing World Book Description: 254 page text. Sub-Title is "A practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure."
Understanding Radio for the Practical Engineer Book Description: This is a great intro to radio that covers a lot of practical material you don't normally find in the textbooks. A bit over 80 pages of material in total.
Op Amp Applications Handbook Book Description: Op Amp Manual from Analog Devices.
Understanding Optical Communications Book Description: This 638 behemoth of a textbook should tell you everything you want to know about optical communications. Published in September 1998 by IBM.
Basic Radio Description: This particular version of this textbook on radio theory is formated as a downloadable HTML help file.
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics Description: This textbook has been restructured as a downloadable HTML help file.
Electronic Transformers Description: The Virtual Institute of Applied Science has converted this 1955 text into a downloadable HTML help file.

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