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2019 December 3

Applied Analog Electronics price increase coming soon

Filed under: Circuits course — gasstationwithoutpumps @ 21:18
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I’m about 3 days behind my original schedule, but I have now cleared all the to-do notes out of my draft of Applied Analog Electronics.  It will be ready to release when I have run the 62 \LaTeX files through a spelling checker and have gone through and checked all the page breaks, figure placements, figure sizing, and overfull hboxes.  I expect this to take me 2–3 days, but I’m allowing myself up to a week to complete the task.

I’ll be increasing the minimum price for the textbook from $5.99 to $7.99 on 2019 December 10, when I’ll be releasing the new version of the book.  Students registered for BME 51A will be getting a coupon for a free PDF of the book at that time also.

Because Leanpub purchases entitle buyers to all future drafts of the book published through Leanpub, those of you who have already bought the book (even with a free coupon) can get the updated electronic copy for free.

Those of you who are still thinking of buying the book can get it cheaper if you buy it now, then get the free update when it is released.  The URL for purchases is


1 Comment »

  1. […] now, but I won’t raise the price until Tuesday, as I announced last week.  I’ve already sent the students registered for the course coupons for a free book, and they […]

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