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Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Robert L. Boylestad

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1. Mai 2012
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Eleventh Edition, offers a complete, comprehensive survey, focusing on all the essentials you will need to succeed on the job. Setting the standard for nearly 30 years, this highly accurate text is supported by strong pedagogy and content that is ideal for new students of this rapidly changing field. The colorful layout with ample photographs and examples helps you better understand important topics. This text is an excellent reference work for anyone involved with electronic devices and other circuitry applications, such as electrical and technical engineers.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best text book on electronics I know of 26. August 2012
Von LIRON LEVY - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a student of electronics in the open university, Israel.

As the standard text book for my course I got a translation of Sedra & Smith "Microelectronic Circuits".
For me, a newbie in the area of electronics (but with solid background in electricity) it was one of the worst written books I ever read.

Concepts such as input & output impedances were never fully explained and the transistors chapter was a nightmare to read due to inconsistent depth levels.

For some time I searched the web for clear explanations and found bits and pieces but not a clear and rigorous treatment of the subject.

Until I stumbled on this pearl of a book.

Everything is clearly explained and the chapters are logically ordered (e.g., op-amps are delayed until AFTER transistor theory is explained and practiced).

If you really want to have a deep understanding of the subject - do yourself a favor and buy this book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Content is good, but not as good as Flloyd 24. Oktober 2013
Von RJ Hall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As I've said in the title, The test is good, but I prefer Floyds texts better, guess Its just personal preference. The text is thorough however, so if you want to learn transistors JFETS, op amp basics, etc, its a decent text.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Boylestad is a Master Teacher 2. April 2013
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If you could only afford one electronics text, this is it! I've reviewed over 40 texts for our library acquisition clients, who can afford only 4 in many cases. Boylestad always makes the top three, and with this 11th edition, I can say with confidence that ALL the kinks have been worked out. Most every other text starts out WAY too fast, and still has numerous, frustrating errors.

But that's not the major plus. Boylestad is a master teacher and storyteller. The picture of that lonely copper electron sitting out in it's own shell with gangs of family members in the adjacent shell will never leave you! While other texts are grinding you through integrals, Bob is gently explaining in PRACTICAL ENGLISH and with hundreds of illustrations and pictures, how and why it all works. His 12th edition of circuit analysis, for example, starts at the High School or tech level, yet still gives enough technical detail for use in Engineering courses (Introductory Circuit Analysis (12th Edition)).

If you are at MIT working on your PhD in Electronics Engineering, you'll not find a lot of matrix calculus, linear algebra and dynamic systems analysis using differential equations, because Boylestad targets his teaching to both self study and technology courses, and assumes you're starting at the beginning. However, if you ever want to teach, you should still study this, because his approach is a model for explaining difficult concepts with wonderful examples that you finally "get" at a gut level. I guarantee (as an Engineer myself), you'll grasp concepts more intuitively here even if you are very advanced.

Perhaps the best and most unique feature are the two authors' ability to describe, step by step, what a circuit is doing and why. You learn early on that voltage is a type of information signal, and you can extend the detailed descriptions to many other circuits almost immediately, because you REALLY GET the basics. They spend a lot of time on timers and op-amps, for example, as backbones of many IC strategies. Every page you go: "AHA! So THAT'S why that component is there!!" Highly recommended.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great biginning book 10. Juli 2012
Von Robert - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great book for the beginning student. It has lots of examples and I have not found any mistakes so far. I especially like the use of design software to highlight important concepts covered algebraically in the text.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best introductory text books for electronics 16. Juni 2013
Von S. Sarmady - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I used an older version of this book for my undergraduate studies (Electronics 1, along with Sedra &Smith). This book is one the best introductory electronics books. I have never enjoyed any other electronics book more than this one.

I am now a university researcher in another field but just to repeat the enjoying experience I had with this book I am going to study it from first page to he last page one more time :)

Good job Mr. Boylestad and Mr. Nashelsky.
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