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SuperMiguel:

--- Quote from: djsb on September 24, 2010, 11:39:59 am ---Something I've mentioned before but here goes again

Lessons in Electric Circuits http://www.ibiblio.org/kuphaldt/electricCircuits/index.htm

All the pdf books can be fitted on a memory stick and are regularly updated/amended.



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are those books any good? they seem to be a bit outdated

djsb:
The basic principles never go out of date. The books are open and a collaboratively developed text as stated so any mistakes are corrected as they are found. The AoE hasn't been updated in a while and takes up a lot of space on a bookshelf (or in a bag). I've no vested interest in mentioning the books. Just thought I'd share with the forum.

David.

P.S I have a copy of the AoE and it's still nice to read from a real book.

orbiter:
I have the AoE on .pdf but have just received the 'real' book too. It's great just being able to grab the book for reference when your fiddling around with your projects.

Mechatrommer:

--- Quote from: orbiter on October 01, 2010, 12:25:29 pm ---I have the AoE on .pdf but have just received the 'real' book too. It's great just being able to grab the book for reference when your fiddling around with your projects.

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most importantly, i can just make 3-4 bookmarks with my fingers and flip to each of them very very quickly! and no eye sore due to light emitted by lcd + Hz refresh rate. When i design thing like Kindle next time.... i'll include this kind of feature.

Markybhoy:
SuperMiguel this book is aimed at beginners,  just picked it up myself to start learning -

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596153755

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