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Electrical engineer reference book

  1. Nov 29, 2005 #1

    ranger

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    I'll like to buy a reference book. The type of book that has most of the formulas and that kind of stuff. Like for example if I forget a formula, I'll just look it up to refresh my brain. ANyone know any good ones?

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  3. Nov 29, 2005 #2

    berkeman

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    I have Buschbaum (sp?) and don't really like it. A (very bright) coworker has Christianson's EE Reference book, and it looks pretty good. Maybe I should buy a copy for myself:

    http://www.reiters.com/index.cgi?f=st&pt=mlt&sid=372-87 [Broken]
     
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