Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 926 pages
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This work uses a building block approach that aims to teach students the basic concepts before moving onto more advanced topics.

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User Review  - Ranjith - Flipkart

its is really a good for easy understanding and make you effective learner.I recently buy this book . I am preparing gate exam so this book is very useful for me,it is beeter choice to choose. Read full review

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I was in the 2nd year of my undergrad when I studied some chapters of this book. However, it was very clear and informative for me as a beginner. Read full review


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About the author (1999)

The inspiration for this one-of-a-kind text grew from Bob Boylestad's desire to provide students with a comprehensive learning tool that hones in on the most important circuit analysis concepts in an exciting and fresh manner. This same vision has resulted in a completely new publishing endeavor by the author and Prentice Hall--a text that delivers all of the essential knowledge a student should carry away from an introductory DC/AC circuits course in one concise, practical, engaging volume. Ancillaries written for this text include:

  • "Experiments in Circuit Analysis," a lab manual
  • Lab Solutions Manual
  • Text Solutions Manual
  • Prentice Hall TestGen, a computerized test bank
  • PowerPoint(R) Transparencies
  • "Companion Website," http: //www.prenhall.com/boylestad
  • "Electronics Supersite," http: //www.prenhall.com/electronics

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