7 Aug 2008

Free Books on Electrical and Electronics Engineering

  1. Lessons In Electric Circuit, Tony R. Kuphaldt
  2. Electronics- Nelson
  3. Electronics Tutorial, Alex Pounds
  4. Circuits and Electronics, Prof. Anant Agarwal
  5. Electrical RLC networks and diodes - G. Ali
  6. Digital Design, by Frank Vahid
  7. Electronic Transformers, Reuben Lee
  8. Transistor Basics, Epina Book Team
  9. Op Amps for Everyone Design Guide, Ron Mancini
  10. Introduction to Electric Power Systems, Prof. James Kirtley
  11. Digital Integrated Circuits, Jan M. Rabaey, Anantha Chandrakasan, and Borivoje Nikolic
  12. Designing Analog Chips by Hans Camenzind.
  13. Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits, Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan
  14. Solid-State Circuits, Dr. Kent Lundberg
  15. Advanced Circuit Techniques, Prof. James Roberge
  16. Power Electronics, Prof. David Perreault
  17. Amplifier Builders Guide, Hugo Gernsback
  18. Electronic Transformers and Circuits, Reuben Lee
  19. Engineering Electronics, George Happell and Wilfred Hesselberth
  20. Basic Radio - The Essentials of Electron tubes and their Circuits, J. Barton Hoag

  21. High-Fidelity Circuit Design, Norman Crowhurst and George Cooper
  22. Magnetic Amplifiers, Paul Mali
  23. Basic Theory and Applications of Electron Tubes
  24. The Cathode-ray tube at Work, John F. Rider
  25. Dynamical Analogies, Harry F. Olson
  26. Electron-Tube Circuits, Samuel Seely
  27. XYZs of Oscilloscopes
  28. Electron Tube Design, RCA (151MB)

  29. Electronic Amplifier Circuits, Joseph Petit and Malcolm McWhorter

  30. Electronic Circuits and Tubes
  31. Principles of Electricity Applied to Telephone and Telegraph Work
  32. The Radio Handbook, William Orr
  33. Beginners Introduction to the Assembly Language of ATMEL-AVR-Microprocessors by Gerhard Schmidt
  34. The VHDL Cookbook by Peter J. Ashenden
  35. VHDL Quick Start by Peter J. Ashenden
  36. Analog and Mixed-Signal Modeling using VHDL-AMS by Ernst Christen

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Maria Reese said...

The ability to easily transform the voltage of AC power is important for two reasons: Firstly, power can be transmitted over long distances with less loss at higher voltages. So in power networks where generation is distant from the load, it is desirable to step-up the voltage of power at the generation point and then step-down the voltage near the load. Secondly, it is often more economical to install turbines that produce higher voltages than would be used by most appliances, so the ability to easily transform voltages means this mismatch between voltages can be easily managed.


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