Learning the Art of Electronics

July 29, 2019 - Comment

This introduction to circuit design is unusual in several respects. First, it offers not just explanations, but a full course. Each of the twenty-five sessions begins with a discussion of a particular sort of circuit followed by the chance to try it out and see how it actually behaves., Accordingly, students understand the circuit’s operation

This introduction to circuit design is unusual in several respects. First, it offers not just explanations, but a full course. Each of the twenty-five sessions begins with a discussion of a particular sort of circuit followed by the chance to try it out and see how it actually behaves., Accordingly, students understand the circuit’s operation in a way that is deeper and much more satisfying than the manipulation of formulas. Second, it describes circuits that more traditional engineering introductions would postpone: on the third day, we build a radio receiver; on the fifth day, we build an operational amplifier from an array of transistors. The digital half of the course centers on applying microcontrollers, but gives exposure to Verilog, a powerful Hardware Description Language., Third, it proceeds at a rapid pace but requires no prior knowledge of electronics. Students gain intuitive understanding through immersion in good circuit design.

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Anonymous says:

H.N.D and above masterwork in system – based electronics * PhysicalIt is 1149 pages masterwork of introductory electronics at this level of studies on good but bit thin paper. The text is a nice size for those with specs.* H.N.D degree, post-degree graduation, Masters?In my experience, this superb book is mostly towards H.N.D 1 – 2 and first /second-year degree level.* What’s the best bits?This book is amazing. It builds from Ohms law, (yes really). Then component-level circuits such as in…

Anonymous says:

Best book for learning electronics going. This is the best book you can buy for learning electronics by a long shot. Its easy to understand and hits the subject with a theory of how things work rather than a maths take on it like pretty much every other book. The only down side is to buy all of the equipment for the experiments cost quite alot of money but you can alway get a simulation software for your lap top to save a fortune.

Anonymous says:

Superb Book (s) Having bought the book and the lab book to support I found it very comprehensive. If you are not mathematical in nature there are a few bits that may work the had a bit hard but they have explained the calculations well. If you get stuck on any bit there are loads of resources on net, YouTube that go in at a very basic level to further support the material.

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