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www.allaboutcircuits.com[url]

This is probably the best source for a quick review or learning:
DC/AC
Op-Amps
Transistors
Diodes
ect...

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Let's see what I've got here:
OP-AMPs-For-Everyone
http://focus.ti.com/docs/apps/catalog/resources/appnoteabstract.jhtml?abstractName=slod006b
Op Amp Applications Handbook
http://www.analog.com/library/analogDialogue/archives/39-05/op_amp_applications_handbook.html
Woops...
Op Amps For Everyone was all ready mentioned.

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I am working through the online book at www.allcircuits.com and finding it very thorough.

Paul

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Carbon-based wrote:
I am working through the online book at www.allcircuits.com and finding it very thorough.

Paul


site doesn't work here...

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Sorry mikey_G, that was www.allaboutcircuits.com and somebody had already mentioned it anyway. So I guess I concur .. it is a very good resource.

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zainka wrote:
The following pdf is aboute EMC basics, however in Norwegian only. So for those of you living in scandinavia and need an intro into EMC, go to
http://www.nortelco.no and enter site "Kompetanse" and "EMC Kurs". There will be a link to the document "EMC basic" in the site popping.

Here is a direct link:
http://www.nortelco.no/default.a...(12%20sider).pdf

Edit:
They've changed their site. Now you have to select "Nortelco Electronics AS" first when entering http://www.nortelco.no . Direct link, however, is still the same...

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Edit:
They've changed their site. Now you have to select "Nortelco Electronics AS" first when entering http://www.nortelco.no . Direct link, however, is still the same...


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Hi

I have checked the link but that particular documant is not there. i have been trying some good e books on EMC(Mechanical perspective) for quite a long time. can u pls send the same to me..this is my request--
txs
-gsk
tg.sasikumar@gmail.com

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2001 Magnetics Design Handbook

A collection of articles by legendary master of magnetics, Lloyd Dixon. Highly technical. includes a good intro to magnetics, and can be helpful for anybody designing a switching power supply or the magnetics for a switching power supply.

2001 Magnetics Design Handbook - MAG100A
http://focus.ti.com/docs/trainin...

From there you can download individual chapters or click on the link "All 2001 Magnetics Design Handbook Sections in a single compressed zip file" to download it as one file.

Alternatively, you can download it as a single zip file by using this URL (working as of August 5, 2008)
http://www-s.ti.com/sc/techzip/s...

If this link fails (they may re-arrange the site someday), go to www.ti.com and enter "MAG100A" in the search for key words box. That should get you to the page with the PDF files.

--
"Why am I so soft in the middle when the rest of my life is so hard?"
-Paul Simon

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really? thanks for ur info ,it is very useful ! I like read them !

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anybody have a link for design of application/demo boards using different components? (like power supplies , crystals, passive components, drivers, etc. something like the STK500 for AVR micros)

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PATTERNS FOR TIME -TRIGGERED EMBEDDED SYSTEMS:
Building reliable applications with the 8051 family of microcontrollers

by Michael J. Pont

http://www.tte-systems.com//book...

This substantial (1000-page) book, and associated CD, together describe the first comprehensive set of ‘design patterns’ to support the development of embedded systems based on the 8051 family of microcontrollers. In total, PTTES contains details of more than 70 useful software patterns, complete with guidelines to help you apply these techniques in your own projects: full source code for all of the patterns is included on the associated CD.

What are the key features of this book?

The focus is on the rapid development of software for time-triggered, embedded systems, using software patterns. The meaning of ‘time-triggered’ is explained in Chapter 1; software patterns are introduced in Chapter 2.
The systems are all based on microcontrollers, from the widely-used 8051 family. This vast family of devices is manufactured by a number of companies, including Philips, Infineon, Atmel, Dallas, Texas Instruments and Intel. The range of different 8051 microcontrollers available is reviewed in Chapter 3.
Time-triggered techniques are the usual choice in safety-related applications, where reliability is a crucial design requirement. However, the need for reliability is not restricted to systems such as drive-by-wire passenger cars, aerospace systems or monitoring systems for industrial robots: even at the lowest level, an alarm clock that fails to sound on time, or a video recorder that operates intermittently may not have safety implications but, equally, will not have high sales figures. The patterns presented here allow time-triggered techniques to be simply and cost-effectively applied in virtually any embedded project.
The applications discussed in detail must carry out tasks or respond to events over time intervals measured in milliseconds. This level of response can be economically and reliably achieved with an 8-bit microcontroller using the approaches discussed in this book, and is appropriate for many applications, up to and including aircraft flight control systems.
The software is implemented entirely in ‘C’. All of the source code in the book appears on the enclosed CD.
How do you build time-triggered embedded systems?

The time-triggered systems in this book are created using schedulers. Briefly, a scheduler is a very simple ‘operating system’ suitable for use in embedded applications (see Chapter 13 for a detailed introduction to this topic).
A range of complete scheduler architectures for applications involving a single microcontroller is described

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The Robot Builder's Cookbook by Owen Bishop:

[it's not clear whether that site has a legal right to host that text so link removed]

This is REALLY good DYI book on building robots. It uses PIC, but the hardware part of it can be very well used to build a robot with AVR uC.

All pages can be viewed online.

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www.electronicstutorials.com[/url]
beautiful from the scratch electronics tutorials..
check out!!

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A very nice LTspice tutorial
http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

/Bingo

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I was looking for the information.Thank you and your share this message at here

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Basic Linear Design from Analog Devices

You can download individual chapters, or at the bottom of the list, you and download the entire 35 MB zip file.

http://www.analog.com/library/an...

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"Why am I so soft in the middle when the rest of my life is so hard?"
-Paul Simon

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i want something for winavr

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These very helpful for beginners like me.
... more about arduino ?

ElecFreaks
Home Page: http://www.elecfreaks.com/
Email: support@elecfreaks.com

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Richard.L wrote:
These very helpful for beginners like me.
... more about arduino ?
"Arduino Cookbook" by Michael Margolis http://oreilly.com/catalog/97805...

edit ... ooops ... this is not a free book. Sorry.

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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many books here..
love it

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U might not get a more exhaustive number of project circuits than this volume :

[link to pirate bay bit torrent removed - asshole!]

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Not free per se, but you can find those at the library, or online if your google-fu is good... I'm not going to post links because of legal issues, but my personal belief is education should be free. While authors will disagree (with reason), I don't see anything wrong for someone wanting only to learn things and elevate themselves to breach a few copyright laws in the process. I would not be where I am if I hadn't read a whole lot of illegally obtained books.

If you find a book useful and well written, buy a hard copy, it's just easier to read anyways.

ARNOLD, K. (2001). Embedded Controller Hardware Design
BALL, S. R. (2002). Embedded Microprocessor Systems - Real World Design (3rd ed.)
BIRD, J. (2001). Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology (2nd ed.)
BROWN, M. (2001). Power Supply Cookbook (2nd ed.)
GANSSLE, J. G. (1999). The Art of Designing Embedded Systems
HICKMAN, I. (1999). Analog Circuits Cookbook (2nd ed.)
LAUGHTON, M. A. (2002). Electrical Engineer's Reference Book (16th ed.)
MANCINI, R. (2002). Op Amps for Everyone
STRAUSS, R. (1998). SMT Soldering Handbook - Surface Mount Technology (2nd ed.)
TINDER, R. F. (2000). Engineering Digital Design (2nd ed.)
VARTERESIAN, J. (2002). Fabricating Printed Circuit Boards
WARNE, D. F. (2000). Newnes Electrical Engineer's Handbook
WILLIAMS, J. (1991). Analog Circuit Design - Art, Science, and Personalities
WILLIAMS, J. (1998). The Art and Science of Analog Circuit Design
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Oh, Thanks for your comments. That is a pretty good compendium for me as a begginer....

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Perhaps it was posted above and I missed it, but otherwise well worth siting here:

Bill Auckland's An Introduction to Practical Electronics, Microcontrollers and Software Design .

The (free) ~ 1000 page text can be downloaded from the above home page.

Most of the code is in Bascom, although there is a bit of C at the end.

Lots of projects including GSM modem interfacing, WizNet interfacing, etc.

JC

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so useful topic...but if possible please take the cover page of books in your link...it would make decision easier to find the considered book...

 

[provide a direct link if you have one please. Moderator]

PIC  FPGA 

Last Edited: Fri. Dec 26, 2014 - 12:34 AM
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FYI: As of today link reports 404 Not Found.

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Even searching for MAG100A at TI doesn't seem to work any longer. Edited making use of that ultra-short chain: 

http://microblog.routed.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/07/slup222.zip may be worth a try, short of using http://archive.org/web/.

Last Edited: Sat. Jul 18, 2015 - 10:10 PM
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above links are not valid

 

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For some reason or other, the forum software chooses to include the closing angular bracket in the link - next try without: http://microblog.routed.net/wp-c...

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