The principles of electrical engineering are well established and they are unlikely to change during your course or even your lifetime. Therefore, there is no harm in getting ahead of the curve or modifying what you already know from your last electrical engineering course. If you are paying attention in class, that's not a bad habit.
Books that fill in the gaps in knowledge. This depends on your level of experience in electrical engineering, but you should start with the freshman basics.
The following is a list of recommended books for any electrical engineer at any stage of his or her career.
Let's say you are rusty on the fundamentals of electrical engineering. In that case, this book is a must for novices and experienced electrical engineers who need an occasional refresher.
This book will eliminate the challenge of understanding the principles of current, voltage and energy. It covers both DC technology and AC technology so you can understand them at a glance. There are real-life examples and exercises to monitor your performance as you read through the book.
Don't be fooled just because this is a beginner's guide. This is a great resource for revisions of everything you forgot while reading schematics.
The beginner's guide to reading schematics will walk you step-by-step through the schematic and circuit design so you fully understand.
As you go through this basic guide, it will show you relevant and outdated content.
If you want to create high-end electronics, you can't afford to miss this book. This book will guide you through the best techniques and practices.
This book also covers all circuits from basic circuit design to complex circuits with easy-to-understand explanations of all circuits.
For some students, the idea of electrical engineering and electronics can be daunting. This book is written for those students.
Designed for those without a priori knowledge, this scratch guide will walk students step-by-step through the circuits.
If resistors and diodes are your Achilles' heel, this book will explain in an easy-to-understand manner how to use these components in a circuit and how they affect the result.
This book will provide you with the basic knowledge you need to complete the course with confidence while mastering the fundamentals of electronics and electronic design.
components exist and their uses. You will also learn how to combine these components with building electronic circuits.
This book has a well-thought-out logical flow that will help inexperienced students gain a basic understanding of electronics.
The book is divided into two parts,
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Recognized as the authority on electronic circuit design, this book is a must for any electrical engineer.
The demand for this book is so high that it has been pirated, so only buy this book from a reputable store.
The book includes oscilloscopes and screenshots of the complexity of electronic circuit behavior.
Data measurements in an easy-to-understand graphical format make this book a must-buy for all electrical engineers. A list of 1650 active components can be combined into an electronic circuit.
The informal way in which this book is written makes it the gold standard in electrical engineering that others will wish to emulate.
The Art of Electronics is an indispensable guide for students, teachers, and senior electrical engineers.
Published in 20202, this volume is for the intermediate electrical engineer who has advanced to programmable logic controllers.
This volume provides an in-depth introduction to what is needed to control circuits, from arithmetic capabilities to intermediate concepts for PIC16F1847-based programmable logic controllers.
Learn how to send signals from one circuit to another with a clearly described and illustrated demultiplexer circuit.
This book explains decoders and priority encoders with macro conversions.
Easy-to-understand flowcharts support all the theories of PLC priority encoders.
This book is aimed at those working in electrical engineering, power electronics and robotics as well as graduate students.
Hey, don't shoot the messenger! How many times have you taken the wrong notebook into the classroom? Daily will be an easy answer.
This notebook provides the lab grid format paper necessary for electrical engineers to accurately record schematics.
It is a great resource for students and instructors alike.
Quadrilateral 0.25″ lab grid format
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