About the Author
Abraham I. Pressman (Waban, Massachusetts) is a nationally known power supply consultant and lecturer. His background ranges from an Army radar officer to over four decades as an analog-digital design engineer in industry. He has had key design roles in a number of significant “firsts” in electronics over the past 50 years. These include the first particle accelerator to achieve an energy over one billion volts, the first high-speed printer in the computer industry, the first spacecraft to take pictures of the surface of the moon, and two of the earliest ****books on computer logic circuit design using transistors and switching power supply design respectively. For the past 11 years, Mr. Pressman has taught a four-day seminar, “Modern Switching Power Supply Design,” nationally and internationally to engineers from most of the major electronics companies and a number of U.S. government laboratories.