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More Bob Pease on Analog

Oct. 17, 2023
Bob was a long-time contributor to Electronic Design and we have collected some of his best here.

Bob Pease wrote his Pease Porridge column on Electronic Design for many, many years. Bob obtained a BSEE from MIT in 1961 and was a staff scientist at National Semiconductor Corp., Santa Clara, CA, for many years. He is fondly remembered for his responses in Bob's Mailbox. 

We have collected a number of Bob's missives in PDF eBooks by Bob that members can download from the Electronic Design Members Library. You can read the articles online from each ebook.  

Bob developed a number of analog chips for National Semi including the LM331 voltage-to-frequency converter and the LM337 adjustable negative voltage regulator. He was always teaching new engineers. He hosted The Bob Pease Show (see video below)

The Bob Pease Show

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