From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Trig circuits
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Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 16:57:17 GMT
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On Mon, 23 Dec 2002 13:44:01 -0000,
"John Jardine" ,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: Trig circuits",
Wrote the following:
|B2431 wrote in message
|> Can anyone suggest a book where I can learn to set up cuicuits to
|>repetitively handle a given trig or other math equation?
|> Dan, U. S. Air Force, retired
|For non-linear analogue functions and circuitry, the *best* book I've ever
|ever come across is Analog Devices' 1976 "Non-linear circuits handbook"(ISBN
|0-916550-01-X). Second best is the Burr-Brown (Texas now?) 1976 "Function
|circuits, Design and applications"(ISBN 0-07-071570-X). Fascinating reads!
|and a treasure trove of ideas. (I've no idea if more recent versions were
I don't think there are any later versions, mine are dated 1976 also.
The chip I've used, in my deep dark past in the space industry, was
AD639 Universal Trigonometric Function Converter (Analog Devices)
I have no idea if it's still available.
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