What EE books do you recommend?
A few of my favorite EE books are listed below. An excellent free resource
on the web is
Lessons in Electric Circuits
Although not a EE book I have found the chapters
on electromagnetics invaluable for EE work. This was originally
designed for the two-year introductory physics course at CalTech.
Although the thick Brooklyn accent doesn't come across in the written
pages the Feynman classroom style does. A gifted educator.
|The Feynman Lectures on Physics (3 Volume Set)|
|Author: Richard Phillips Feynman|
|Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman (June 1970)|
Breadth and depth. This one should be in your personal library.
|The Art of Electronics|
|Author: Horowitz and Hill|
|Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition (July 28, 1989)|
The follow-up to the TTL and RTL cookbooks. This can be used a
cookbook but has quite a bit of detail on the idiosyncrasies
of various CMOS IC's.
|The CMOS Cookbook|
|Author: Don Lancaster|
|Publisher: Newnes; second edition (February 27, 1997)|
Detailed reference on sensing everything.
|Handbook of Modern Sensors: Physics, Designs, and Applications|
|Author: Jacob Fraden|
|Publisher: Springer; third edition (December 4, 2003)|
Well written and very straight forward presentation of high frequency
|High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of Black Magic|
|Authors: Howard Johnson, Martin Graham|
|Publisher: Prentice Hall (April 18, 1993)|
This is the best book on power electronics that I have read. Covers
(1) various topologies for converting AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC, (2)
dynamics and control and (3) power components. If you need to design
or understand power electronics you want this book
|Principles of Power Electronics|
|Authors: Kassakian, Schlecht and Verghese|
|Publisher: Prentice Hall; (July 11, 1991)|