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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Larry Coyle, Aug 16, 2007.

  1. Larry Coyle

    Larry Coyle Guest

    I have some old printed analog IC data books that are headed for the trash.
    I hate to do it, because there's a lot of good stuff in there, but they're
    just
    not very useful to me anymore. And I need the space.

    There are 5 books from National Semiconductor: Op amps, Data Acq,
    Special Purpose devices, etc. and a 3-volume set of linear circuits data
    books
    from Texas Inst. All date from the early 1990's.

    Anyone who wants to pay the postage on about 25 pounds of books (Media mail
    should be about $10-12) can have them. Or, if you're in the vicinity of
    Needham, MA,
    you can pick them up.

    If you don't want 'em, do you have any suggestions for putting them in
    somebody's
    hands who will find them useful? Otherwise, they'll just go to the town
    dump.

    Larry Coyle
     
  2. JosephKK

    JosephKK Guest

    Larry Coyle posted to sci.electronics.design:
    Almost. Too many of the parts used in the instructive design notes
    are obsolete. I recommend this to D from BC to jump at this
    though.
     
  3. Winfield

    Winfield Guest

    That's a nice cache Larry. But I'm looking for books from
    the early 80's and the 70's and the late 60's, to replace
    the classic books I left with my company when I sold it.
     
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