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From: Paul Burridge
Subject: Re: Good RF Books
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Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 09:40:44 +0000
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On Fri, 13 Dec 2002 08:30:03 -0000, "DAB sounds worse than FM"
>I've done a university course on RF engineering and have read "RF Circuit
>Design" by Chris Bowick and "Complete Wireless Design" by Cotter Sayre and
>would like to buy another RF book. Are there any "classic" books on RF that
>anybody could recommend?
Not sure about "classic" but 'High-Linearity RF Amplifier Design' by
Peter Kenington (Artech House) is certainly worth a look at.
>Also, does anybody know of any good books that cover circuit design for
>hi-fi audio devices?
The 'Audio Power Amplifier Design Handbook' by Douglas Self (Newnes)
has got to be one of the best by far. Unless you want to do valve/tube
stuff, in which case the author studiously avoids any mention of it
other than to rubbish it for the distortion it introduces. Strictly
solid-state only but otherwise very comprehensive.
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