Engineering Electronics - Harry E. StewartAllyn & Bacon, 1969, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. DJ a touch edgeworn with some small marks. Upper board sprung. Internally bright and clean. A nice copy.
This book evolved from lecture notes used by the author in teaching the two-semester sequence of undergraduate electronics courses in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Arizona. As preparation for the first seven chapters, the student should have basic knowledge in calculus and engineering physics, and an introductory course in modern circuit theory. For Chapters 8 through 16, the student needs additional network theory, including frequency response analysis, Fourier analysis, and Laplace Transform methods. The intent of the book is to present a basic course in the fundamentals of electronic devices and circuits. 882pp. Index. Size: 8vo Royal (9¾" x 6¼")
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