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  1. Jim

    Jim Guest

    I've kept all of my various text books throughout college, and now I'm doing
    more research into good reference books. (In the field of Electronics/
    Electrical Engineering)
    I'm curious as to what peoples favorite/most used reference books are and if
    you recommend them or have recommendations.

    Thanks,
    Jim
     
  2. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest


    Reference Data for Radio Engineers. Old ones are cheap and just as
    good.

    CRC Handbook of Physics and Chemistry. Ditto.

    TI's original (1981) TTL Data Book for Design Engineers (for pinouts)

    Agilent's Appcad program; not a book, but handy and free!


    John

    John
     
  3. Lord Garth

    Lord Garth Guest


    Would my 1974 Texas Instruments TTL Data Book be "more original"? :)
     
  4. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Reference Data for Radio Engineers. Old ones are cheap and just as
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Where do you get this?
    I searched on their website for a few minutes, but was unable to turn up
    anything.
    Thanks for the suggestions, I'd really like to hear some more.

    Jim
     
  5. John Larkin

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  6. Kevin Kilzer

    Kevin Kilzer Guest

    CRC Mathematics handbook

    McGraw Hill Handbook of Physical Calculations (1976)

    Kevin
     
  7. Handbook of Electronic Tables and Formulas by Sams. I have two
    editions, the fourth and fifth. get the latest you can get. See my
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