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Brad Albing

The Analog Aficionado Party

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
4/9/2013 10:23:13 PM
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Will do goafrit2---I will blog about next year's party as will Brad Albing well in advance

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goafrit2
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4/9/2013 10:20:20 PM
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>> This group included Scott Wurcer, the designer of the AD524, a great instrumentation amplifier; Dave Fullagar, designer of the ubiquitous uA741 (I can't count how many circuits I designed in my 40 year career with the 741!)

Good to know the human elements behind these products. The major problem has been the reward levels in our industry. We do not generate a lot of margins because of competition. Otherwise, these names will be in Bahamas enjoying the nice sun

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goafrit2
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4/9/2013 10:18:06 PM
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>> It happens every year around this time at David's Restaurant in Santa Clara, CA. Watch for an announcement in EDN next year in my Anablog site plus Brad Albing will have details on Planet Analog

OK - I will surely do so. But if you can remind us via comment or post, priceless.

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steve.taranovich
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3/1/2013 1:53:28 PM
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It happens every year around this time at David's Restaurant in Santa Clara, CA. Watch for an announcement in EDN next year in my Anablog site plus Brad Albing will have details on Planet Analog

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goafrit2
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3/1/2013 12:04:15 PM
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>> I was thrilled to attend and meet engineers who I read about in my text books.

Please where is this party taking place. ISSCC? How are you going to meet all these guys in one place. I am interested to meet them also.

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Brad Albing
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2/28/2013 12:35:35 PM
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From time to time, I will use material from the book as the basis for blogs.

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steve.taranovich
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2/28/2013 9:44:40 AM
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I will have a slideshow and more details on my EDN Analog Design site, but:

 

I was thrilled to attend and meet engineers who I read about in my text books. This group included Scott Wurcer, the designer of the AD524, a great instrumentation amplifier; Dave Fullagar, designer of the ubiquitous uA741 (I can't count how many circuits I designed in my 40 year career with the 741!) and countless other giants in the semiconductor industry including Maxim and Linear Tech founders, former presidents and CEO's of Linear Technology, Intersil, Fairchild and on and on!

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goafrit2
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2/28/2013 6:47:40 AM
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>> Both Brad and I will be there at the Analog Aficionados dinner on Saturday---we will discuss posting Linear Tech's new Volume II on Planet Analog

How was the party? Any update for the community.

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steve.taranovich
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2/14/2013 8:25:35 PM
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Both Brad and I will be there at the Analog Aficionados dinner on Saturday---we will discuss posting Linear Tech's new Volume II on Planet Analog

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goafrit2
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2/14/2013 6:27:21 PM
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>> I will be reviewing Volume 2 on my EDN Analog Design site and posting  a few exciting and informative chapters as well.

Hope you can also share some of the contents on Planet Analog which I visit more regularly. Thanks

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