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Lessons In Electric Circuits

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Lessons In Electric Circuits
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Publisher: ibiblio.org
Number of pages: 2553

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Lessons in Electric Circuits was compiled from years of lecture notes and ideas, with the primary goal was to put readable, high-quality information of industrial electronics into the hands of students, yet keep the book as affordable as possible. This book was written to be a good enough book without delving too heavy on the math, while still maintaining a lot of important information.
Volume I - DC
Volume II - AC
Volume III - Semiconductors
Volume IV - Digital
Volume V - Reference
Volume VI - Experiments

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