The Art Of Electronics

Author(s) Paul Horowitz, Winfield Hill
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Date 1989
Pages 1125
Format pdf
Size 116 Mb







Here is the 2nd thoroughly updated edition of the world famous "The Art of Electronics" book, which has been revised in order to include all latest developments of the electronics world. The present publication is worldwide accepted as very successful reference book on the analog/digital electronic circuit design, in fact it revolutionized the whole process of teaching electronics by emphasizing the methods that are currently in use by circuit designers -- a combination of the basic laws and rules of thumb plus huge number of tricks.

The efforts of the authors resulted in largely nonmathematical treatment encouraging circuit intuition as well as brainstorming and simplified calculations of the electrical circuit performance and values. The publication is full of sharp insights and, at the same time, requires minimum knowledge of mathematics. The depth and richness of examples supplementing the theoretical material, is truly genuine.

We would recommend this book to any person involved in the experiments or researches in the field of electronics since it is delightful; note that all schematics are readable and the circuits do work. The publication features a tremendous diversity of invaluable technical info and will provide readers with an easy way to learn everything about the electronic design.

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