[sdiy] in search of good databooks/ application books
subjectivity at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 26 12:05:21 CET 2014
heres a link for everyone
Sent from my iPad
> On Feb 26, 2014, at 4:28 AM, "cheater00 ." <cheater00 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 6:16 AM, Dan Snazelle <subjectivity at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> so....any advice on good ones?
> Hi Dan,
> I'd be very interested as well, so let us know if you find out
> anything from another source.
> I have recently taken a look at journals, mostly stuff that has to do
> with measurement and analog design, and compiled a small list, which I
> included below. I added info from your email but I didn't include it
> here obviously.
> From the below, BSTJ and the GenRad Experimenter are great sources of
> vintage circuits. BSTJ has ground-breaking audio information available
> within its 50 GIGABYTES of files that you can download from a torrent
> (be patient).
> The HP and Tek journals are great. You learn a lot about electronics
> by learning how to measure it... and the measurement apparatus is also
> made out of electronics, funnily enough.
> Journals, bulletins, and long-standing series.
> BSTJ, see http://www3.alcatel-lucent.com/bstj/
> HP's Measure Magazine:
> HP journal: http://www.hpl.hp.com/hpjournal/pdfs/IssuePDFs/hpjindex.html
> HP - Tandem Systems Review: http://www.hpl.hp.com/hpjournal/tandem/index.html
> HP - DIGITAL technical journal: http://www.hpl.hp.com/hpjournal/dtj/past.htm
> GenRad Experimenter Series: http://www.ietlabs.com/genrad/experimenters/
> Tektronix: Service Scope, renamed to Tekscope in 1969.
> Tektronix Concept Series. See thread on TekScopes mailing list on 13-07-2013.
> Tektronix: TM Notes. See an example here:
> - was this a one-off or a series?
> Tektronix: I believe there was something else as well.
> LANL: http://library.sciencemadness.org/library/index.html also
> available here: http://www.neon-john.com/Nuke/LANL_reports.tar.bz2
> from this page:
> Jim Williams publications for Linear Tech. See
> Bob Pease publications. See
> http://electronicdesign.com/author/bob-pease. He also wrote for
> National Semi.
> did Philbrick have a journal?
> MIT Radiation Laboratory Series. See here:
> http://www.introni.it/riviste_radlab.html and also
> check if there are any other series to be found here:
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