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The art of electronics, cz. 1 and 2, ed. 12 changed WKiŁ

Paul Horowitz, Winfield Hill, WKiŁ Publishing House

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Twenty-five years later, a new, thoroughly revised Polish edition of the highly popular "Electronics Art", widely recognized as the best textbook, and at the same time a vademecum for the design of analog and digital electronic circuits. Previous editions of this book have been translated into eight languages and have reached over a million buyers around the world. The electronics of the authors are taught, showing the methods used in practice by engineers of electronic circuit design. The combination of basic rights, principles based on experience and a non-mathematical approach to the topic makes it easier for readers to understand why and how the system works.

Paul Horowitz is a professor of physics and electronics at Harvard University. There, in 1974, he initiated the laboratory electronics course, from which the "Art of Electronics" emerged. In addition to designing electronic circuits and devices, he conducts research in the field of observational astrophysics, X-ray microscopy and optical interferometry. He is one of the pioneers in the search for intelligent forms of extraterrestrial life (SETI project). He wrote about 200 articles and scientific reports, designed many research and photographic instruments, is a consultant for numerous industrial enterprises and state institutions.

Winfield Hill is a real guru in the field of electronic circuit design. After completing his studies in Chemical Physics at Harvard University and obtaining the title of electrical engineer, he began his engineering career at the Center for Electronic Circuit Design at this university. After years of exploring electronics arcs at Harvard, he founded the company Sea Data Corporation, in which he designed instruments for the needs of physical oceanography. In 1988, he joined the Rowland Institute for Science, which in 2003 merged with Harvard University. As the director of the Electronics Laboratory of this institute, he designed about 500 scientific instruments. He has recently dealt with, among other things, high-voltage circuits operating in the radio frequency range, high-current impulse systems, low-noise amplifiers and pulse generators with MOS transistors.

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