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Daily Archives: 14-June-2011
The Passing of an Analog Electronics Giant
I just saw the announcement that Jim Williams passed away. This guy was an inspiration to me. His apps work at National Semiconductor was a model for the industry. His articles in magazines like EDN provided real-world examples of elegant analog design techniques. His books, particularly Analog Circuit Design: Art, Science and Personalities, provided wonderful examples of problem solving. He will be missed. Continue reading
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