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  • Lessons in Electric Circuits (Tony R. Kuphaldt)

    A 6 volumes series of textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. This book was written to be a good enough book without delving too heavy on the math, while still maintaining a lot of important information.

  • Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits

    This book offers an extensive and detailed exploration of the modern op amp and associated specialized linear integrated circuits. The exploration begins with a fundamental building building block, the differential amplifier.

  • A Pragmatic Introduction to the Art of Electrical Engineering

    This book provides a solid overview of the electrical engineering discipline that is especially geared toward the many non-electrical engineering students. It uses of practical applications to illustrate important principles.

  • Circuit Theory (WikiBooks)

    The aim of this book is to assist students in understanding the basic concepts of circuit theory and developing the fundamental tools of linear circuit analysis, which will be useful for all engineers.

  • AC Circuits (Chad Davis)

    This book covers Alternating Current (AC) circuit theory as well us a brief introduction of electronics. It covers the basic theory of AC signals, sinusoidal waveforms, square waves, triangle waves, the mathematics background, resistors, inductors, and capacitors.

  • DC Circuits (Chad Davis)

    This book covers Direct Current (DC) circuit theory: The basics for circuits that include DC sources (voltage or current) and resistors; Problem solving techniques for circuits that include only DC sources and resistors; Capacitors and inductors.

  • An Introduction to Electronics (WikiBooks)

    The aim of this book is to explain the design and function of electronic circuits and components. It covers electronic circuit components, DC analysis, and AC analysis, and provides readers with a broad overview of both the linear and digital fields of electronics.

  • Understanding Electronics Components (Filipovic D. Miomir)

    This book is meant for those people who want to create electronic devices with their own hands. All components are illustrated and the circuit-symbol is explained in detail. Both simple and complex examples are provided for the beginners.

  • Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (Michael J. Smith)

    This comprehensive book on application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) describes the latest methods in VLSI-systems design. It covers both semicustom and programmable ASIC types.

  • Flexible Circuit Technology (Joseph Fjelstad)

    This book was written to provide a bridge of understanding by offering a clearly defined set of steps which take the reader from basic concepts of flexible circuits to a more detailed review of the various technology and materials.

  • Designing Analog Chips (Hans Camenzind)

    A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background.

  • The Data Conversion Handbook (Walt Kester)

    This book is a one-stop engineering reference. Covering data converter fundamentals, techniques, applications, and beginning with the basic theoretical elements necessary for a complete understanding of data converters, this reference covers all the latest advances.

  • Op Amp Applications Handbook (Walt Jung)

    This book is a complete and up-to-date Op Amps reference for electronics engineers from the most famous op amp guru, supported by Analog Devices marketing efforts. It may well be the ultimate op amp reference book available.

  • Op Amps for Everyone (Ron Mancini)

    This book for Everyone is an indispensable guide and reference for designing Op Amps circuits that are reliable, have low power consumption, and are as small and low-cost as possible.

  • Circuit Design Using Personal Computers (Thomas R. Cuthbert)

    This practical guide to designing electronic circuits using small computers and programmable calculators makes it easy to implement both classical and sophisticated design techniques.

  • Principles of Semiconductor Devices (Bart Van Zeghbroeck)

    The purpose of this textbook is to explore the internal behavior of semiconductor devices, so that we can understand the relation between the device geometry and material parameters on one hand and the resulting electrical characteristics on the other hand.

  • Arduino Succinctly (Marko Svaljek)

    Arduino provide a great introduction to physical computing, allowing you to design devices comprising the Internet of Things. This book explains the fundamentals of the Arduino Uno board and how it interacts with common components.

  • Introduction to Arduino: A Piece of Cake (Alan G. Smith)

    This book is different than many Arduino books in that it expects no previous knowledge in electronics or programming. Instead of going into depth teaching those topics, it teaches only enough so that you can make things.

  • Arduino Programming Notebook (Brian W. Evans)

    This book is a beginner's reference to the programming syntax of the Arduino microcontroller. It also includes an appendix with schematics and simple programs for several common tasks.

  • Designing Computers and Digital Systems (C. Gordon Bell, et al)

    This is a classic book from the days that computers were designed using pdp 16 registers. It is authored by some very famous figures of computer history - Gordon Bell, John Grason, and Allen Newell.

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