Sedra/Smith is the bible of electronics engineering It takes you from scratch to an advanced circuit designing stage. I have studied the whole book in 3 semesters in my engineering degree.I will be able to analyze/design small radio transmitters/receivers(all parts) ? what else ?
Sedra and Smith is an essential text to work through in any budding engineers early education. Version 5 has brought this well-respected text up to speed with modern technologies, for example it has embraced CMOS technology and is now a text I widely recommend for this subject. I also recommend Art of Electronics for its conceptual approach to electronics including what not to do.If I read the textbook
International Student Edition including CD-ROM
Fifth Edition sedra/smith
I will be able to analyze/design small radio transmitters/receivers(all parts) ? what else ?
Paul Horowitz and Winfred Hill. The book is quite old in terms of electronics, last revised in 1989, however the fundamentals are delt with in the utmost detail. The idea of the "art" of electronics is that it deals with just that - the artist or conceptual side of it. It is the engineering bible without bogging you down in the mathematics of electronics circuits.Nice info Dave. Would you please name the author of Art of Electronics?
Actually that reminds me, don't confuse the actual Art of Electronics textbook with the student manual - a colleague of mine did this thinking he'd got Art at a bargain price of £25 compared to the normal retail price of £55. That said the student manual is a recommended accompaniment to the textbook if you can afford them both.
Joe, I'm risk adverse with things like this - I'd rather pay a little bit more for something I know I'm getting. I do however find that Amazon is the best bet for any kind of tech books that may be required.There are some bargains out there at Amazon and half.com
One needs to look and the old adage ... let the buyer beware, certainly applies.
I've certainly erred and got two of the same books ... by Millman.
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