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Recommend a book for total beginner in electronics and circuits

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I am new to electronics and circuits, and I want to learn about them:?:.
Can any one tell me what's the best and easiest book to learn from.
I don't know any thing about electronics, nearly a white sheet:cry:, please help.

Thanks alot.
Mohammad El Shenawy

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"The Art of Electronics"

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Hey if u want to start with electronics then go for "Electronics principles" by malvino(good and friendly approach) or Millman and Halkins (too complex for beginner).

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Basic Electronics By grob very use ful book for biggners.

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While Art of Electronics is an awesome book, I don't think that it is the best for a beginner as it moves very quickly and does not give a great deal of detail. If you are looking for a really thorough introduction to basic circuit theory, then check out Basic Electric Circuit Theory by Mayergoyz and Lawson.

which one is better malvino or nashelsky?

Start with a basic circuit class then a electronics class

OR: get the Schaum's circuit book

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I like "Art of Electronics" by Horowitz and Hill -- it is pretty comprehensive.
For circuit theory I like "Engineering Circuit Analysis" by Hayt & Kemmerly.
Both are on my desk.

Best regards,

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start from electronic principles by malvino

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the book electronic devices and circuit theory by boylestad and nashelsky is good.

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Book List:

Integrated Electronics ------ Milliman & Halkies, TMH
Electronics ckts & devices-------- Schilling & Belove , TMH
Sacham's online series

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try this book: "teach yourself electronics and electricity" , try to find it here , if u didn't i will upload it

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i advice you to learn microelectronics .

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well one book u master u would master this electronics
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Electrical Engineering Uncovered by D.White and R. Doering can give you a really good (and broad) perspective.

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you can learn much by doing simple electronic projects...

i started electronics by building electronic kits. i learn how to solder even before i understand the component itself. But by beeing eager to learn how my project works, this keep me motivated to learn more...

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"The Art of Electronics" is not a good book for the beginners, it require the basic circuit theory and the knowledge of digital/analog circuits to understand it. So if you want to enter the electronics field, circuit theory, analog electronics circuit and digital electronics circuit are the basic knowledge you should master, I think. Best Regards!

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I suggest: "Practical Electronics for Inventors" - Paul Scherz - McGrawHill - very simple to understand and with precious pictures explaining the functioning of devices.


"Tech Yourself Electricity and Electronics" - Stan Gibilisco - Tab Electronics.

The Art of Electronics is my Bible, but I think that the Student Book is more appropriate for beginners.

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if u are new to electronics then i suggest u spent your time at which is very helpful to all the electronics engineering students that would show us animations of topics we need

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