Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 1163 pages
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This highly successful survey of the fundamental principles of modern electrical engineering offers an in-depth examination of four major topics: circuits, electronics, digital systems and electromagnetics. Advanced concepts such as resistive analysis, time-domain and frequency-domain analysis, sequential and combinational logic and elementary system principles, are discussed in detail. This updated edition includes a new chapter on the circuit analysis software SPICE, with a particular focus on the PC-version PSPICE. Numerous drill exercises illustrating concepts from the text have been added and 346 out of the 1182 end-of-chapter problems appear for the first time.Key Features: The only fundamentals book to cover 'SPICE' (the circuits analysis software) Covers most topics in greater depth than most introductory books Provides maximum instructor and course flexibility with a modular, five-part organisation Core textbook for first year undergraduatesSupplement:Solutions Manual: 0195111249Contents:I. CircuitsBasic Elements and LawsCircuit Analysis PrinciplesTime-Domain Circuit AnalysisAC AnalysisImportant Circuit and System ConceptsII. ElectronicsDiodesBipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)Field-Effect Transistors (FETs)Transistor AmplifiersElectronic Circuits and ApplicationsIII. Digital SystemsDigital LogicLogic DesignDigital DevicesIV. ElectromagneticsElectromagneticsMachinesV. SPICESPICE

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This book is completely focused on problem solving. Doesn't explain any of the concepts completely or describe any phenomenon precisely.. Some of the derivations are wrong and improperly explained... I am not very impressed by this book

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This book is completely focused on problem solving. Doesn't explain any of the concepts completely or describe any phenomenon precisely.. Some of the derivations are wrong and improperly explained... I am not very impressed by this book Read full review

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Leonard S. Bobrow is an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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