Jim Williams (analog designer)

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Jim Williams
Born April 14, 1948
Died June 12, 2011(2011-06-12) (aged 63)
California
Nationality American
Occupation Electronics engineer

James M. "Jim" Williams (April 14, 1948 – June 12, 2011) was an analog circuit designer and technical author who worked for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1968–1979), Philbrick, National Semiconductor (1979–1982) and Linear Technology Corporation (LTC) (1982–2011).[1] He suffered a stroke on June 10 and died on June 12, 2011.[2]

He wrote over 350 publications[3] relating to analog circuit design, including 5 books, 21 application notes for National Semiconductor, 62 application notes for Linear Technology, and over 125 articles for EDN Magazine.

Bibliography (partial)[edit]

For a complete bibliography, see.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Williams, Jim, ed. (1991), Analog Circuit Design: Art, Science, and Personalities, Butterworth-Heinemann, p. xi 
  2. ^ Rako, Paul (June 13, 2011), Analog guru Jim Williams dies after stroke, EDN 
  3. ^ a b Lundberg, Kent (July 31, 2011), A Bibliography of Jim Williams, MIT 
  4. ^ Rako, Paul (June 20, 2011), Analog engineering legend Bob Pease killed in car crash, EDN 

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