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Old 7th February 2003, 08:08 PM   #1
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Hi!

Has anyone seen the thick (nearly 1000 pages) book about opamps, written by Walter Jung?

(I haven't)

http://www.analog.com/seminars

http://www.analog.com/Analog_Root/st...minar2_02.html
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Jung's "IC Op-Amp Cookbook" is in its third edition and is available
for $38 from various sources. Check with Amazon.com; they also
list used editions for less money.

The book itself is a bit dated, but generally useful.
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peranders:
That's the book AD was running the last op amp seminar from. I thought it was good, but I like all those handbooks that AD issues.
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Jung's "IC Op-Amp Cookbook" is in its third edition and is available
for $38 from various sources. Check with Amazon.com; they also
list used editions for less money.

The book itself is a bit dated, but generally useful.
Damon, I asked about a different book, see the links above!
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I'm trying to buy it now from AD, and I'm having a hell of a time. I registered to buy it online and the automated order entry system pukes on it. so I called the number for customer service on the web page above. Those folks bounced me over to another guy who wasn't at his desk. He returned my call and said to buy it through a distributor (which he gave me four numbers to). I called three of them and they couldn't find anything about that book or it's code in their systems. so tonight I e-mailed customer service.

I'm actually trying to buy something instead of scamming free samples, and NOW I'm having the trouble...

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Also AD has a TON and I mean a TON of great design guides and such in PDF format. There's really good "books" all through AD's site. I've been meaning to go on a giant PDF suck-down to a CD one day when I'm bored at work.

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I'm trying to buy it now from AD, and I'm having a hell of a time. ....
I'm trying to get this book from my distributor and it seems to be free....
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I've been told $40. I think that's the problem. The literature dept doesn't seem to be able to "sell" their product, but rather only give them away. So there is no avenue to do it.

BTW, 24 hours later and no reply from AD...

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Sheldon, check with me what was inside that book when I have got it. Maybe it's nothing to work hard for to get.
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I got the books today (not book).
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