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Circuit theory.

by rohit dutta
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berkeman
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Nov6-13, 10:37 AM
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Which is the best book for electrical circuit theory?
At what level? I personally like The Art of Electronics, by Horowitz and Hill as an intro electronics book:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_sa...%20electronics

There have been other threads here in the EE forum that have discussed other similar intro books. If you do a forums search on Howoritz, you will probably find some of those other threads.
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My friend had suggested art of electronics. I have not gone through it till date. I'm currently studying electrostatics. Will be dealing with classical electrodynamics very soon.

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My friend had suggested art of electronics. I have not gone through it till date. I'm currently studying electrostatics. Will be dealing with classical electrodynamics very soon.
Oh, that's different. The AoE is more circuit stuff, from the basics up through analog & digital design. Are you looking for more Electrostatics/Electrodynamics type books?
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Oh, that's different. The AoE is more circuit stuff, from the basics up through analog & digital design. Are you looking for more Electrostatics/Electrodynamics type books?
Electrodynamics.


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