A Pragmatic Introduction to the Art of Electrical Engineering
by Paul H. Dietz
Number of pages: 142
Each of the following chapters will begin with a problem - How do you build a system to do such and such. This will be followed by a discussion of the background material you will need to interface the BASIC Stamp so as to solve the problem. The hope is that this approach will not only yield a solid understanding of electrical engineering fundamentals, but will also promote actual skill at designing and building functional electronic systems.
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by Chad Davis - University of Oklahoma
This book covers AC circuit theory as well us a brief introduction of electronics. It covers the basic theory of AC signals, sinusoidal waveforms, square waves, triangle waves, the mathematics background, resistors, inductors, and capacitors.
by David R. Voltmer, Mark A. Yoder - Texas Instruments
This book is written for electrical engineering students. It is a collection of examples that show how to solve common electrical engineering problems using the TI-89. The book will show you how to use the TI-89 to get the answer with more insight.
by Tony R. Kuphaldt
Standard undergraduate text in signals and linear systems theory for advanced undergraduates with a background in calculus and differential equations. The book is fast-paced and challenging, an excellent reference for practicing engineers.
by U.S. Department of Energy - University Press of the Pacific
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