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1998\06\03@004348 by Vincent Chan

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hi,
       does anyone know if there is any good books for circuit design?  The Art
of Electronics seems more like a reference book to me.

bye.

1998\06\03@031456 by Thomas Magin

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At 18:40 02.06.1998 -0700, you wrote:
>hi,
>        does anyone know if there is any good books for circuit design?
The Art
>of Electronics seems more like a reference book to me.

Hi,

so what are you actually looking for ? How to develop a HDTV-TV-Set in 1 day
? Or how to run my PC at 1GHz.  More information from you means more help
for you.

BTW: have a look at the IEEE bookstore (http://www.ieee.org). But beware, it's
sometimes really academic stuff.

So long

Thomas
=8-)




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1998\06\03@065803 by Roland Andrag

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>hi,
>        does anyone know if there is any good books for circuit design?  The Ar
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>of Electronics seems more like a reference book to me.
>
>bye.

The Art of Electronics is the best book for cct design that I have
come accross. Like any good book, it will double as a reference. The
thing that sets it apart from other texts is that it doesn't place as
much emphasis on the maths, but rather emphasises the circuit design
aspect. You will not make a mistake in buying this book (nor will you
be sorry)..

Cheers
 Roland

1998\06\03@103211 by Martin Green

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    What type of circuits? Most design books focus on a specific area of
    electronics, for instance RF or digital or audio, etc. Despite its
    name, the Radio Handbook has great info on electronics design,
    including audio, digital (a little dated), design math, great
    construction hints, making PCB's and project cases, using and making
    test equipment, lots of reference tables, and of course, RF, including
    amplification and generation.

    A similar book that is a bit more focused on stuff of interest to a
    Ham radio operator is the ARRL Radio something or other, I forget the
    exact name.


    CIAO - Martin.


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hi,
       does anyone know if there is any good books for circuit design?  The Art
of Electronics seems more like a reference book to me.

bye.

1998\06\03@132238 by Leon Heller

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In message <3.0.5.32.19980602184019.008562e0spamKILLspamieng9.ucsd.edu>, Vincent
Chan <.....vkchanKILLspamspam.....IENG9.UCSD.EDU> writes
>hi,
>        does anyone know if there is any good books for circuit design?  The Ar
t
>of Electronics seems more like a reference book to me.

It's not a reference book, it's *very* practical, and the one book you
*must* have. The companion Student Manual is even more practical.

Leon
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1998\06\07@223801 by Tom Gretton

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The ARRL (American Radio Relay League) publishes a variety of books on RF
design.

The ARRL Handbook for Radio Amateurs is published yearly with minor changes
from edition to edition to keep pace with the times. It focuses on items of
interest to radio amateurs including theory, practical circuits and
construction articles. Unfortunately, it's a massive volume and sometimes
gets to be dry reading.  However, at less than $30 a copy, it is probably a
worthwhile investment for any electronics experimenter.

Also in the ARRL are a variety of other books on radio and antenna design
including several book/software packages.

See your local amateur radio supplier or check out the ARRL's web page at
http://www.arrl.org/catalog/index.html

My vote is still for "The Art of Electronics" as the best all round book on
electronics.


Tom

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