TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS DENNIS FEUCHT
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Dennis L. Feucht is an American-acculturated electronics engineer who lives in Belize, Central America. He began in electronics engineering at Tektronix in Beaverton, Oregon at age 17, and spent 15 years there, designing electronic measurement instruments and doing research. He then migrated to power electronics, and since 1988 has been an independent worker, as Innovatia
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An Illustrated Guide to Transistor Amplifiers - Planet Analog
Aug 23, 2016Transistor Amplifiers, Dennis Feucht, Innovatia, 2016, ISBN: 9781682736265; $60 US. Transistor amplifier literature has existed for well over a half century. Why another book on an old subject? What is lacking in the analog circuits literature are detailed examples that give newer engineers gaining confidence in design some exposure to the
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Of that RCA series, the CA3096 is my favorite - 3 NPNs and 2 PNPs. I contrive all kinds of circuits for analysis using it in the book Transistor Amplifiers at innovatia dot com. I was able to buy some CA3096s a few years ago from an Asian source, though they are part of the dwindling inventory of the original RCA fab process which no longer exists.
Planet Analog - Dennis Feucht - Complementary BJT
Apr 01, 2017The Darlington configuration can be viewed as a three-terminal device and compared to a single transistor. A commonly-used circuit in the output stages of power amplifiers is the “complementary” two-BJT configuration, shown below. It too is a three-terminal device and can be analyzed as though it were a single equivalent transistor.[PDF]
Why Circuits Oscillate Spuriously, Part 1: BJT Circuits by
Why Circuits Oscillate Spuriously, Part 1: BJT Circuits by Dennis L Feucht One of the more troubling aspects of analog circuit design is amplifiers that oscillate when they are not supposed to. Engineers commonly respond to spurious oscillations with empirical efforts