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Recommendations for an Op Amp practical circuits book?

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  1. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Looking for a comprehensive practical based Op Amp circuit applications
    book - with a minimum of theory and/or datasheets, and one that doesnt use
    esoteric Op Amps.
    Anyone got some recommendations: title, author?
    Had the Op Amp Cookbook, but it got a new owner, as I didnt think much of
  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Whose "Op Amp Cookbook"?

    If it was Jung's, but "it got a new owner", no book can help you.

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  3. Try R M Marston. He wrote two pocket books, passive components in book one,
    linear IC's including op-amps in book 2. I have found him st be very clear,
    and it'a nearly always easy to get immediate results with the info he
    presents. He wrote an op-amp specific guide that goes further, also very
    useful, but for quick reference, there;s enough good stuff in the linear
    IC's book.

    If you are willing to stump up the £30 or whatever it costs now, The Art Of
    Electronics is good. It's rarely my first place to look, but when I want
    deeper info it usually rewards.
  4. Luhan

    Luhan Guest

    I really liked the one Don Lancaster did. (all his stuff was really

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