Genesys Workspaces Companion for Randall Rhea's Book, Discrete Oscillator Design
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Learn about the “Unified Theory of Oscillator Design” from Randy Rhea’s latest Genesys book:
Discrete Oscillator Design: Linear, Nonlinear, Transient, and Noise Domains
Randall W. Rhea (Author)
Artech House Publishers, Feb. 28, 2010
Available on Amazon.com
Randy Rhea is a leading RF and microwave engineering expert with extensive industry experience. He is also the founder of Eagleware, the company that first created and developed Genesys. This book was written in an easy-to-read informal style and provides a solid foundation in understanding the practical design of RF oscillators with discrete components. You can then begin your designs with a good understanding of oscillator behavior rather than by copying designs. However, the many examples provided in this book can still become the starting points for your own designs.
As an excellent interactive learning companion, all of the example workspaces described in the book can be downloaded and simulated in Genesys from the RF-Microwave Circuit-System Synthesis & Design Resources page. You can also download a preview of Chapter 1 on Linear Techniques of oscillator analysis.
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