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Can Analog Circuits Inspire Budding Engineers?

Bill Schweber
Pampanga Audio
Pampanga Audio
8/17/2015 12:21:01 AM
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"SAKit" the Simple Amplifier Kit
"SAKit" the Simple Amplifier Kit is a 5 transistor op amp kit intended for aspiring analog engineers, available at Jameco Electronics (Jameco Part no. 2210061).

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Bill_Jaffa
Bill_Jaffa
5/26/2015 5:20:29 PM
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555 and Hans Camenzind
The above blog mentions the 555 timer--check out this nice column written by Steve after its inventor, Hans Camenzind, passed away in 2012: http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/anablog/4394211/Hans-Camenzind-remembered

as well as this piece by Brian Fuller, then at EE Times: http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1262353

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