From: "Bill Sloman"
Subject: Re: Trig circuits
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 23:31:19 +0100
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"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> On Mon, 23 Dec 2002 13:44:01 -0000,
> "John Jardine" ,
> In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
> Article: ,
> 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 come across is Analog Devices' 1976 "Non-linear circuits
> |0-916550-01-X). Second best is the Burr-Brown (Texas now?) 1976 "Function
> |circuits, Design and applications"(ISBN 0-07-071570-X). Fascinating
> |and a treasure trove of ideas. (I've no idea if more recent versions were
> |ever printed)
> 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.
Lazy bastard. It isn't. Typing this is taking me longer than hitting the
Analog Devices web site. Mind you, I am posting from home over an ADSL
Bill Sloman, Nijmegen