About The Book

About The Book

 

“Wow. Chapter 5 details every circuit artifact that I’ve encountered in the past 30 years in a thorough, pragmatic, and straightforward way. My only ‘twinge’ is that it discloses and explains (in glorious graphical detail and with real part numbers) many topics that I thought were my personal trade secrets. I love the plots. I know that it must take an enormous effort to collate all of the device characteristics. It’s worth the effort. The way the data is presented allows the reader to get terrific perspective on a lot of landscape in a single view. Nice work.” — John Willison, founder, Stanford Research Systems

Counterfeit Warning: December, 2015 — buyers have reported poor quality copies (confirmed as counterfeit) being sold online at prices too low to be creditable. These are recognizable from their poor bindings and text errors (e.g., missing the ligature “fi”, thus on the author page “Wineld Hill”!). More information here. EEVBlog’s Dave Jones gets one in his Mailbag here. Note also that the only authorized e-book version is Kindle.

NEW: parts index

NEW: DRAFT subject index

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– 1220 large format pages – 80 tables listing some 1650 components – 1470 figures and 90 oscilloscope screenshots
– Extensive practical advice – Back-of-the-envelope techniques – Exhaustive index

 

Where to buy

Cambridge University Press – The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition / Learning the Art of Electronics 3rd Edition
Amazon.com – The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition / Learning the Art of Electronics 3rd Edition 
Adafruit Industries The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition – Student Manual to 2nd Edition
Barnes and Noble – The Art of electronics 3rd EditionLearning the Art of Electronics 3rd Edition
Amazon.co.uk (UK)The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition / Learning the Art of Electronics 3rd Edition
Foyles (UK) – The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition
The Book Depository (Worldwide)The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition