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Suggested electronics reference book?

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Carl, Oct 29, 2005.

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  1. Carl

    Carl Guest

    Hello,

    What is the suggested reference book for electronics? I'm an electronics
    student and I would like to get something really extensive to use as a
    reference, for all that has with electronics to do - for example
    components (for example capacitors, flip-flops, OP's, everything) and
    their behaviour (ideal, typical, and also a description of their
    non-linear behaviour as opposed to the ideal).

    Is there such a book recognized as the "standard" electronics reference
    book?

    Thanks in advance,
    Carl
     
  2. west

    west Guest

    If there were a "reference" book that cover most areas of electronics, not
    even an Olympic weight lifter would be able to lift it.

    Cordially,
    west
     
  3. McM

    McM Guest

    Have a look at "Practical Electronics Handbook" by Ian Sinclair
    published by Newnes (www.newnespress.com).

    It´s not a heavy duty reference book but explains basic concept of
    different circuits
    and stuff.

    Newnes have more books in their reference bookshelf like:
    Service Engineer´s pocket book
    Electronics Engineers Factfinder
    Electronics Engineers Pocket book
    Electrtonics Made Simple
    etc.

    Good luck!!
    /McM
     
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