Tag Archives: electronics
Teardowns – Learn How Electronics Work by Taking Them Apart, Bryan Bergeron, – 2010 Hobbyists might find this book interesting. But after you have had a good look inside your devices, they are broken … oops. This book does little … Continue reading
Verilog HDL A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis, Samir Palnitkar, 2010 Electronic chip designers will find this book useful. Well written, 400 pages, with CD containing an old demo version of Simucad (it does not work for me on … Continue reading
Bottled Lightning – Superbatteries, Electric Cars, and the New Lithium Economy, Seth Fletcher, (- 2011) The battery is the component of electronics that has resisted advances in miniaturization and power. This nontechnical book tells the story of battery development and … Continue reading
Physics of the Future – How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100, Michio Kaku, (- 2011) Look forward 100 years: what technologies do you expect to see affecting our life? Virtual reality, the … Continue reading
Bosch Automotive Handbook, 2007 Engineers of auto components and systems will find this book interesting. It is a pocket book with 1100 pages! Recent advances such as embedded processors for dynamic stability systems are covered. Most of the book is … Continue reading
Build your Own Electric Bicycle, Matthew Slinn, (- 2010) If you want an electric bike, here is a do-it-yourself guide to selecting the components, assembling, and troubleshooting it. 250 pages.
Designing and Tuning High-performance Fuel Injection Systems, Greg Banish, CarTech, 2009 Car performance hobbyists will like this book. Tune your injection system’s ‘map’. Large format, 100 pages.
Understand Electronics, Malcolm Plant, McGraw-Hill, 2010 High school students will find this book useful. It was written in the 80′s, and has been revised. 350 pages.
Microwave Transmission Networks – Planning, Design, and Deployment 2nd ed., Harvey Lehpamer, McGraw-Hill, 2010 Systems engineers will want to have this book on their desk. Hardcover, 450 pages.