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Electronic Experiments Books

These Electronic Experiments Books are suggested based on public reviews. They are not directly related to the main topic of this site, but are part of things that hobbyists, electrical or electronics engineering students like.

Electronic Principles by A. P. Malvino is written for electronics students who have taken previous courses in basic circuit analysis, along with algebra and related math. The book gives clear, accessible coverage of electronics concepts in the first half of the book, then applies these to the important electronic circuits and devices most widely used in today’s industry. This book is one of my favorites because of its pedagogical approach. It's ideal for someone who is just either interested in the field of electronics or is learning it as a future profession. The book is very colorful and doesn't involves into unnecessary mathematics that would only confuse. One book is the 'theory' and another book for relevant experiments.

Have you ever wanted to build your own electronic device?
Circuitbuilding Do-It-Yourself For Dummies covers:

- Reading schematics
- The minimum tools that you will need
- Solderless breadboards (with some projects)
- Building from kits with thru-hole and surface-mount boards
- Test instruments and measurement techniques.
- Maintaining equipment and trouble shooting
- Maintaining your tools and instruments

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