Newnes Linear IC Pocket Book is aimed at all engineers, technicians, students and experimenters who can build a design directly from a circuit diagram. In a highly concise form Ray Marston presents a huge compendium of circuits that can be built as they appear, adapted or used as building blocks. The devices used have been carefully chosen for their ease of availability and reasonable price. The selection of devices has been thoroughly reviewed for the second edition, which contains approximately 350 new diagrams. Marston deals mainly with strictly-linear ICs such as op-amps, pre-amplifiers, power amplifiers, signal-conditioners and power supply regulators, as well as various hybrid types: the 555 timer IC, bar-graph display drivers, CCD delay lines, function or wave form generators, phase-locked loops and power control ICs. The subjects are treated in an easy-to-read, highly practical manner with a minimum of mathematics. Ray Marston has proved, through hundreds of circuits articles and books, that he is one of the world's leading circuit designers and writers. He has written extensively for Electronics World, Nuts and Bolts, Electronics and Beyond, Popular Electronics, Electronics Now, Electronics Today International, and Electronics Australia, amongst others. All parts readily available from major suppliers. Packed with ready-to-build circuit designs. Handy reference for hobbyists, students and circuit designers.The Figure 12.17 circuit is that of a simple LM3915-based audio power meter that is used to indicate instantaneous output ... Figure 12.18 shows the basic way of using the LM3916 IC as a VU-meter with a full-scale sensitivity of 10V dc.
|Title||:||Newnes Linear IC Pocket Book|
|Author||:||R. M. Marston|
|Publisher||:||Gulf Professional Publishing - 1999|