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Dennis Feucht

Seemingly Simple Circuits, Part 4: Current-Mode Converter Transfer Function

Dennis Feucht
chirshadblog
chirshadblog
1/15/2015 9:48:44 PM
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Re: A bit off-topic...looking for an errata list
@djoffe: Well would be great if you can provide us with some sample work so that can be put into practical sessions and see the value behind it. 

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D Feucht
D Feucht
1/15/2015 4:28:33 PM
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Re: A bit off-topic...looking for an errata list
Dan,

- not any more off-topic than biomorphic circuits!

You found a first-edition copy of my analog circuits book. Please send me your email address via the address on my website (see below) and I'll send you one. There are many little errors, and a few embarrassing ones too! In the latest available print edition of the book, at

https://sci.presswarehouse.com/Books/SearchResults.aspx?str=Feucht


most of the errors have been corrected, yet I also have a list for that book-set. I estimate that the book is about four time-constants toward being error-free.

I am also providing an open-source 430-page book (7.5 Mbytes email attachment), Transistor Amplifiers, from my website at

www.innovatia.com

that complements the ACD book-set. Any further comments, corrections, or questions arising from either book, please address to me via the above website. Thanks.

 

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djoffe
djoffe
1/15/2015 3:05:13 PM
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A bit off-topic...looking for an errata list
I'm enjoying reading "Handbook of Analog Circuit Design". Is there an errata list available?

 

Thanks...

 

Dan

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samicksha
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1/13/2015 5:23:35 AM
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Re: Biomorphic circuits
Another important and interesting aspect in Biomorphic i saw is Central Pattern Generator chips, it claims to consume less than one microwatt of power and occupying less than 0.4 square millimeters of chip area can generate the basic competence.

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DaeJ
DaeJ
1/7/2015 1:23:28 PM
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Re: Biomorphic circuits
Hardware Chip might include Neuron and Synaptic weight based on learning phase in the specific environment.

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fasmicro
fasmicro
1/6/2015 10:47:50 AM
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Biomorphic circuits
With all these complexities in the equation, no wonder people that make biomorphic and neuromorphics chips prefer designing at subthrehold physics where you can get some of these equations easily realized.  It solves the integration problems assciated with BJT while giving all the necessary exponentials

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