"Computer Simulated Experiments"

Discussion in 'Electronics Resources' started by dek785, Oct 25, 2004.

  1. dek785

    Thread Starter New Member

    Oct 25, 2004
    I'm a new member of your forums and am looking forward to participating in them.I have two questions regarding the EWB based books by R. H. Berube concerning computer simulated experiments.

    (1). Are they compatible with the Student Suite version of EWB?

    (2). The reviews and descriptions are a bit confusing regarding the specific scope of the various books. For example, DC, AC, Semiconductors, Digital electronics.I would appreciate it if someone could advise which of his books would cover all of these without too much overlap.
  2. Steel


    Oct 27, 2004
    You probably won't find too many books that teach in direct accordance with Electronic Workbench.

    You will learn the principles of electronics in the book.

    EWB is just a tool to 'excercize' the principles.

    The books that I learned from in School are from Prentice Hall.

    I refer back to this book about twice a week:

    As far as using EWB, what do you need help with? Unfortunately, the student version is very limited in it's library and also limited in how many components you can use.

    If you need help, shoot me an email