A course in basic DC circuits and general mathematics. Volume I and IV on this site would be more than sufficient. Its pitched at 1st year 2nd semester students.what about : Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications, 7/e Roger L. Tokheim ... What prerequisite courses (and textbooks~) has this ?
If you have an appreciation of the content in Volumes I and IV then you will be more than ready to tackle this book. If you have an education that has dealt with the basics of DC circuits theory and digital circuits then you should have enough basis to start reading the Tokheim book. It may be an idea to read Volumes I and IV alongside the Tokheim book - when you come across a concept you are unfamiliar with then you can delve into the e-book to clarify your understanding.You mean read first Volume I and IV and after the book ?
It is difficult to make an appropriate suggestion since we don't know your academic background or prior learning. You will need a basic level of mathematics, check the Maths chapters in Volume V for what would be an appropriate level. Volume I is the basic electronics level, and Volume IV would be beneficial for the Tokheim book.I buy these two texts, what I must read first with a background in general analog electronics ?
Although reading Malvino is no bad thing, there is nothing specifically in that text that you would absolutely need to know before tackling Frenzel and Tokheim. Use Volume I as you guide for what you absolutely need to know. Then adopt the approach outlined by thingmaker3 where you look up concepts, circuits and components as you come across them.background: MALVINO Electronics Principles 6th /E full read
Principles of Electronic Communication Systems - Louis E. Frenzel - McGraw-Hill
Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications, 7/e Roger L. Tokheim - McGraw-Hill
I buy these two texts, what I must read first with a background in general analog electronics (MALVINO) ?
Browse Volume I here at AAC, and then pick one of the books and go for it. A basic understanding of the concepts (voltage, current, Ohm's Law etc) is required. Everything you need to know will be developed in the book, and for anything you have a question about, just use the forums here.You mean I want only dc/ac circuits for both texts only ?
MALVINO Electronics Principles 6th /E full read
what courses/texts are more appropriate ?
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