contains basic ebooks necessory for an electrical/electronics engineer.Choose ur
desired from the number of E-books.
A First Lab in Circuits and Electronics
Paperback: 140 pages
Publisher: Wiley; I.S.ed edition (May
* Experiments are linked to real
applications. Students are likely to be interested and excited to learn more and
explore. Example of experiments linked to real applications can be seen in
Experiment 2, steps 6, 7, 15, and 16; Experiment 5, steps 6 to 10 and Experiment
7, steps 12 to 20.
* Self-contained background to all electronics
experiments. Students will be able to follow without having taken an electronics
course. Includes a self-contained introduction based on circuits only. For the
instructor this provides flexibility as to when to run the lab. It can run
concurrently with the first circuits analysis course.
* Review background
sections are provided. This convenient text feature provides an alternative
point of view; helps provide a uniform background for students of different
* A "touch-and-feel" approach helps to provide
intuition and to make things "click". Rather than thinking of the lab as a set
of boring procedures, students get the idea that what they are learning is
* Encourages students to explore and to ask "what if" questions. Helps
students become active learners.
* Introduces students to simple design at a
very early stage. Helps students see the relevance of what they are learning,
and to become active learners.
* Helps students become tinkerers and to
experiment on their own. Students are encouraged to become creative, and their
mind is opened to new possibilities. This also benefits their subsequent
professional work and/or graduate study.
Engineers Pocket Guide
Ediltion: 1st edition
contain all the necessory formulas for an engineer.Also there are conversions
between different quantities.
Engineering - Formulas, Tables and Basic
This book contain standerd application circuits
designed and tested by the author.This book have all the basic material an
engineer should know. Electronic formula, mathmatics, electronic symbols and
constant and standerds are discussed in this book.
Elsevier - Starting Electronics - 3rd
Paperback: 727 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics;
3 edition (August 24, 2001)
This self-teaching guide covers electricity and electronics theory in enough
detail (the introductory chapters on basic electricity and magnetism are
excellent) to be useful to both beginning hobbyists and more advanced students.
Readers can test their mastery of the material with the chapter quizzes and a
final exam; the answers are in the appendix. A terrific resource for all
libraries. (Library Journal 20020401)
This self-teaching guide covers
electricity and electronics theory in enough detail to be of use to readers from
the beginning hobbyist to the university electronics student (or professor).
With quizzes and exams throughout the book and answers in Appendix A, readers
can test their mastery of the material. The first few chapters of the book
provide excellent coverage of basic electricity and magnetism as a basis for
electrical and electronic theory. An excellent resource for all libraries.
(Library Journal )
From a noted teacher and author comes the basic text
for learning introductory electronics. After a detailed discussion of the
fundamentals (direct current, alternating current, electronics, and components)
that is understandable to readers with a junior high-level of math and science
education, Gibilisco then ties in real-world examples to discuss the more
advanced concepts. With section quizzes and answers, the book can be used either
as part of a course or for self-study. In this edition, the section on advanced
electronics has been revised to include audio and high-fidelity as well as
robotics and artificial intelligence. (Light Plane World )
Paperback, 288 pages,
Starting Electronics is unrivalled as a highly practical
introduction for hobbyists, students and technicians. Keith Brindley introduces
readers to the functions of the main component types, their uses, and the basic
principles of building and designing electronic circuits. Breadboard layouts
make this very much a ready-to-run book for the experimenter; and the use of
multimeter, but not oscilloscopes, puts this practical exploration of
electronics within reach of every home enthusiast's pocket. The third edition
has kept the simplicity and clarity of the original. New material includes
sections on transducers and more practical examples of digital
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