I am currently using Carusone's "Analog Integrated circuit design", but this book seems more suited as a reference book for professionals who already know the subject. Are there any good alternatives to this book?
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There are way too many possible answers to this question. But I can give you a really great starting point:
Hans R. Camenzind was the inventor of the 555 timer chip. According to his website, he has designed 151 standard and custom ICs so far.
He published several books over his lifetime. One of the best is available as a free download.
I found the book to be extremely informative.