Nice video, please upload a new video on the same topic
nice job brother
What books for bringers electronic engineer
I had that digital computer Electronics delivered to morocco for $5 and some more for delivery from thriftbook (not affiliated or whatsoever to this seller, you can check other sources of course :) ) Malvino remains a great reference for the fundamentals indeed! 👍👍
Can I learn electrical and electronics from reading books
waoooo I discovered digital computer electronics by malvino thanks to you...
ASMR video from 2012
Another great video... I'm really enjoying seeing you increase your skills. I'm just starting out with electronics and programming and feel like I just want to hang out with you and learn stuff.
To Get A Solid Grounding Of AC/DC Fundamentals I Strongly Suggest Introductory Circuit Analysis By Roger Boylestad ... Although More Complex Than Grob This Book Get's Deep Into AC/DC Analysis With Calculus Kept To A Minimum. This is The Book I used in My Undergraduate Electronic Engineering Course. Great Video Chris!!!
Hi Chris, wondering how you've progressed since this video?
I would like to have seen this back in 2012 for comment. Anyway, the Malvino Electronics Principles 3rd edition is (was) easier than the 4th and so on. However, the latter was one of the best op-amps text ever written! The Lancaster books are also highly regarded. The Heathkit books were the over all best, somewhat based off of the Army-Airforce text going back years further. Master pieces of the day! Some of the best non-theory were 'The Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits by Randolf Graph. Finally, Bill kleitz Digital Electronics: A Practical Approach with VHDL for Altera and Xilinx stuff. Myself, I have dozens of Arduino boards and shields as well as Texas Instruments launch pads with the Arduino like Energia IDE. Today, robotics, AI, and deep learning, as well as, Machine vision. And finally, driverless cars, and ADAS systems. Nvidia Jetson TK2. The other commenter Roger is right with the Nigel Cookbook. Keep reading and good luck........WIZZARD!
nice collection but definetely get the art of electronics
Nice video! Why didn't you include Horowitz's 'Art of Electronic' and Nigel Cook's 'Electronic: A Complete Course'?
Very helpful video. Thanks :)
I don't see how anyone could do much better than Engineering Circuit Analysis by Hayt and Kemmerly. The older editions are available on PDF along with the instructor's solutions manual. It's used for the first course that EE takes in his major, usually during the sophomore year so that a year of calculus is already under his belt.
Hi Chris, it's understandable that Horowitz and Hill is pretty hard to get into since you don't have a formal electronics education. Even so, I suggest you keep your eyes open for a cheap copy, you will not regret the purchase! I think that you correctly identified that the weak point in your education will be in the circuit analysis side of things (networks, KCL, KVL, laplace transforms, fourier analysis etc). Once you have a good grounding in this stuff, I think you will find that The Art of Electronics becomes a lot more accessible. Happy Hacking.
It would be nice if you could provide the book titles and ISBN for these books, so they are easier to find. Thanks
I have two degrees, but they're not in EE. This is just a hobby.
Just curious...did you get a degree?
Sir iska solution book milta Hain kya
Kaha se kharide
Is book k lec kahn mily gy youtube py????
Sir ap fst chptr sy detail m phrty hn ???
Link bhi de dete jha se buy kie ho
Ye konsa edition ka he
Good morning, do you have it in Portuguese?
Nice book ...thank you for your review
Have you also read "Make More Electronics" by the same author?
I dont have recollection on how the second edition is pretty closer to the first one. I owned the first edition one bought for only 369php or like 7.3USD which is pretty far from the original price of 34.99$
I am watching more about electronics and get off with this laziness and read the damn book
im so put off by the cost of getting all the stuff on the shopping list :( i wish i could just buy the elegoo starter kit and be done with it, kinda getting demotivated at the fact that my dream hobby has a high entry barrier in terms of cost
How to make an order make: electronics..
You can get the associated kit for the labs here http://www.plattkits.com/kits/ there are two options, I chose the Chaney option which is less expensive and comes in a smaller pack for inexpensive shipping Chttp://www.electronickitsbychaneyelectronics.com/products.asp?dept=192
Thanks alot for the review! This book should arrive soon for me and would serve as my first entry to electronics! Fairly excited :)
Thanks for the review, I was wondering if this book was good (nobody talk about the layout and how the information are delivered in their review).. Exlent Video and thank you because now I want to buy it. (sorry for my English)
Do you get money from this y chnnel
Does either one of the two books include practice examples to get hands into electronics
I'm a beginner
Greetings from Northern Ireland!
I'm finishing this book. It is excellent. Great for fundamentals. Well written and interesting.
This is the exact video I was looking for, nice job c:
Very well made video, cheers bud
Thanks Curtis. I was also looking for the same book.
Great video, was looking for an honest review of this book from someone.
I've been studying electronics and found an awesome website at Gregs Electro Blog (check it out on google)
Sir please also give review of the book moris menon
Sir mujhe ye book ka pdf chahiye
Sir, can you provide me the pdf of this book ??
Sir mujhe iska fifth edition book ka pdf mil sakta h kya???