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Widely considered to be the only reference book for electronics geeks, the book’s emphasis is on the importance of design in electronics. The Art Of Electronics covers a range of subjects associated with a college-level course in electronics, like voltage and current, signals, transistors, active filters and oscillators, analog switching, and microprocessors. Through these discussions, the authors show how the efficient design of each component may be achieved. For example, in a chapter on feedback and operational amplifiers, they talk about the golden rules for its design through an extensive discussion of real operational amplifier properties. However, they also present the tradeoffs associated with good design. The authors’ practice of distinguishing good designs from the bad in each chapter is what has contributed to the book’s incredible success.  The Art Of Electronics is also considered invaluable in its treatment of important but neglected topics like the simplified design of high-frequency transistors and high-speed switching circuits, and discrete and integrated low-power analog circuits. With chapters on electronic construction techniques, microcomputers, digital electronics, and the intersection of digital and analog, the text intends to teach electronics to those with the aptitude and interest. Lacking a section for practice questions or exercises at the end of each chapter, the book is essentially a reference manual containing diagrams, equations, and tables. The authors’ informal tone and accessible language has helped make this book successful. Although intended for scientists and engineers, it is a vital resource for anyone who works with electronic circuits. For students, there is a complementary text, Student Manual For The Art Of Electronics by Thomas C. Hayes and Paul Horowitz, containing explanatory notes and laboratory exercises.

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Widely considered to be the only reference book for electronics geeks, the book’s emphasis is on the importance of design in electronics. The Art Of Electronics covers a range of subjects associated with a college-level course in electronics, like voltage and current, signals, transistors, active filters and oscillators, analog switching, and microprocessors. Through these discussions, the authors show how the efficient design of each component may be achieved. For example, in a chapter on feedback and operational amplifiers, they talk about the golden rules for its design through an extensive discussion of real operational amplifier properties. However, they also present the tradeoffs associated with good design. The authors’ practice of distinguishing good designs from the bad in each chapter is what has contributed to the book’s incredible success.  The Art Of Electronics is also considered invaluable in its treatment of important but neglected topics like the simplified design of high-frequency transistors and high-speed switching circuits, and discrete and integrated low-power analog circuits. With chapters on electronic construction techniques, microcomputers, digital electronics, and the intersection of digital and analog, the text intends to teach electronics to those with the aptitude and interest. Lacking a section for practice questions or exercises at the end of each chapter, the book is essentially a reference manual containing diagrams, equations, and tables. The authors’ informal tone and accessible language has helped make this book successful. Although intended for scientists and engineers, it is a vital resource for anyone who works with electronic circuits. For students, there is a complementary text, Student Manual For The Art Of Electronics by Thomas C. Hayes and Paul Horowitz, containing explanatory notes and laboratory exercises.
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Title The Art of Electronics Height 24.4
Paul Horowitz, Winfield Hill Width 17.8
ISBN-13 9780521689175 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0521689171 Spine Width
Publisher Cambridge University Press Pages
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