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Electrical and electronic principles and technology. 6th edn. (Print copy) by This practical resource introduces electrical and electronic principles and technology covering theory through detailed examples, enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the knowledge required by technicians in fields such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. No previous background in engineering is assumed, making this an ideal text for vocational courses at Levels 2 and 3, foundation degrees and introductory courses for undergraduates.
Call Number: 621.3 BIR
Publication Date: 2017
Electronic and electrical engineering: principles and practice. 3rd edn. (Print copy) by A third edition of this popular text which provides a foundation in electronic and electrical engineering for HND and undergraduate students. The book offers exceptional breadth of coverage without sacrificing depth. It uses a wealth of practical examples to illustrate the theory, and makes no excessive demands on the reader's mathematical skills. Ideal as a teaching tool or for self-study.
Call Number: 621.3 WAR
Publication Date: 2003
Hughes electrical and electronic technology. 12th edn. (Print copy) by All engineers need to understand the fundamental principles of electrical and electronic technology. This best-selling text provides a clear and accessible introduction to the area, with balanced coverage of electrical, electronic, and power engineering.
Call Number: 621.3 HUG
Publication Date: 2016
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Circuits, devices and systems. 5th edn. (Print copy) by This book is also available through the Introductory Engineering Custom Publishing System. If you are interested in creating a course-pack that includes chapters from this book, you can get further information by calling 212-850-6272 or sending email inquiries to engineerjwiley.com. The authors offer a set of objectives at the beginning of each chapter plus a clear, concise description of abstract concepts. Focusing on preparing students to solve practical problems, it includes numerous colorful illustrative examples. Along with updated material on MOSFETS, the CRO for use in lab work, a thorough treatment of digital electronics and rapidly developing areas of electronics, it contains an expansive glossary of new terms and ideas.
Call Number: 621.3 SMI
Publication Date: 1992