Rudiments of Good Circuit Design
Taylor, N. H.
Circuits which depend on the absolute stability and reproducibility of components have proved to be unreliable and often impractical for field use. A study of tolerances of a circuit to its component variations, when made a part of the design procedure, will lead to better equipment, producible and usable in the field. Such study often leads to new circuits and new ways of obtaining results.
Talk delivered by N. H. Taylor at the Electronic Components Symposium, Pasadena, California, April 30, 1953.