I always ask prospective engineers if they own a copy. this is a minor cult classic among EE's and CmpE's, or at least was at GT. No cerebral theorizing here, no long sections of abstruse mathematical derivations; just page after page of solid empirical engineering. The Art of Electronics is a hybrid of General Textbook and reference book all in one. I myself am a second-year E&E student at university.

I recently observed a graduate student in physics unfamiliar with op-amps start to build a haywired mess of a circuit. A heart-felt “thank you!” for these brilliant books.” — Alistair May, Linaud Ltd. “Thank you for all the time and effort you invested in creating the best electronics book in the galaxy :)” — Cassiano Rabelo. Excellent design oriented electronics reference manual and book. Third edition exceeded all my expectations. The section on microcontrollers exactly parallels some of the design ideas, biases, and gut feelings that I and other embedded engineers have taken the past fifteen years developing by plowing through all the exciting architecture and tool changes that have happened from EEPROM PICs to ARMs. Author Topic: Art of Electronics 2nd Edition vs 3rd Edition (Read 1986 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Thanks for the recommendations by the way. It’s worth the effort. Highly recommended if you are serious about doing circuit design.”, “This is simply the best electronics book I’ve ever come across. The book is beautifully laid out, and the diagrams are really. An encyclopedia of electronics knowledge, AoE is a pleasure. I usually flip through the section to find out if whatever I'm interested in is actually present(usually is!) The digital stuff is obviously much more relevant (although it may not stay that way). I you understand basic physics and maths, you can understand electronics through this book. Still quite useful (=timeless) and my fave electronics reference. As a conclusive note, the book opens with a dedication to the …

Covers some hairy electronics with relatively easy to read/easy to understand language. It does a better job than anything I've seen in any medium of telling me enough about a topic to allow me to then look up more elsewhere. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Forget that, this book mentions them in passing, and even has a tutorial on calculus, but does not rely on math to explain electronics, which really, is much simpler than most professors let on. Lots of new material. The godfather of all electronics books , love it.

To me, there is no one more important book in my life than H&H. I know that it must take an enormous effort to collate all of the device characteristics. She wonders why I like it so much. July 28th 1989 “This is my bible. So well written that I’ve had difficulty putting it down!” —, “Far and away the finest book on the subject of electronics … in the last decade.

Something went wrong. '” —, has clearly been worth the wait. On opening the box, my initial impression was WOW!

The section on low noise design is much better and much more useful and it was pretty great before. Fascinating stuff.” — GeoMan, “There aren’t enough stars for this epic volume. Wonderfully written, 150% useful. If you think electrical engineering is magical then you must pick up this tome!” — Limor “Ladyada” Fried, Adafruit Industries, “Horowitz and Hill’s third edition beautifully upgrades their earlier work, with substantial updates to detail, and without compromise to style, content, or technical quality. It’s not at all like studying – it’s too much fun.” — EDN (News Edition). The interview will give the history and philosophy and reason for the book in addition to content insight. I own the second edition as well and this is worth the upgrade. This edition is the finest, most complete, and up to date.

Plus this book is written so a nerd-halfling can understand. I have all three books. “Finest Electronics book ever … all 3 editions … best value for money too, despite price!” — Jon Wright. A fabulous update to what I consider the best circuit design book ever. There is no other book on practical electronics like this one.” — Dominik, “This is THE must have book if you have any interest in electronic circuit design or need a better understanding of electronics and you don’t want to go through a year of calculus first. 100+ PCBs later, I now run my own electronics design consultancy in Cambridge, spending nearly every day designing circuits. yea I would also say it may be hard to read and comprehend that book before you start schooling. The book revolutionized the teaching of electronics by emphasizing the methods … Spectacular, deep and wide. The Art of Electronics Third Edition At long last, here is the thoroughly revised and updated, and long-anticipated, third edition of the hugely successful The Art of Electronics. Not cheap, but the best investment you can make if you want a career in electronics of any sort…My old 30 year copy has finally had an update! This scheme of making maximum use of the insights of simple approximations described in words, and introducing more formal design only after understanding has gained real headway, is the pedagogical core of this original treatment…. What I like most about the chapter is the nuts-n-bolts recommendations — when does wire-wrapping a prototype make sense, when (or when not) to use a socket for a component, should you use a backplane inside your instrument, what’s the best way to do front-panel switching, and much more. Very practical and useful for retired professionals and students alike.

I tip my. My logic is that if I stopped every 5 minutes to fully understand what the author wants to explain, I'd never finish reading it.

In conclusion, this third edition of The Art of Electronics is definitely worth buying even if you already have the second edition (but a reader who managed to read this far already knew that from the start). Updated with new circuits, it provides a comprehensive introduction to the world of electronics for the novice reader, but also gives insight into circuit details that even experienced designers may not know.” — Constantine.

Please try again. So much money wasted on the rest of the library I’ve purchased. You need the basics of electronics down(ohms law, kirchoffs laws, nodal and mesh analysis, etc) mastered before learning the new material in the book and this takes a couple years of schooling. The chapter covers various prototype wiring techniques, PC board design, instrument construction, even where to get components. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

Fascinating stuff.”.

I own a copy of the Art of Electronics 2nd edition and also a copy of the student workbook, but I haven't read it in like 15 years. It's easier to carry it around.

My only regret about this book is that I didn't get it years ago. An encyclopedia of electronics knowledge, AoE is a pleasure to read through for tips and tricks AND is a unbeatable resource! Then during the day I think about the gems of knowledge this book shares. I just wish we did not have to wait 26 years for it. ), it specifically says it is intended for non-engineers (chemists, biologists, geologists, ...) to get them started in building (or even understanding the … Read this book and you will not need anything else on the same subject. There is no difference in the content that I know of. Nonetheless I think it is a great book, Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 February 2013.

To me, there is no one more important book in my life than H&H. I think it has all essential physics topics in it.

The third edition was published on April 9th, 2015. Even if you can’t afford a couple packs of Ramen noodles after the purchase, you can read and feed your mind with this really great book while your growling stomach keeps you awake at nights.”. AoE brilliantly conveys its authors’ enthusiasm and experience of practical engineering and is an inspiring read. So, I would have bought the 3rd edtion no matter what.


BUY IT. Spectacular, deep and wide. The new Art of Electronics retains the feeling of informality and easy access that helped make the first edition so successful and popular. “Encyclopaedia Electronica – but it will popularize tiny desktop forklifts. There is no one here that will be able to tell a complete stranger how to learn, I'm afraid that's up to you to find out yourself via trial and error.

Eventually, you'll get to the point where they're pleasant nighttime reading.

Overview. I’ll look around and see if there’s a similar guide for the 3rd; thanks! Be the first to ask a question about The Art of Electronics.

The paper quality is really nice and the font size is just right, even for my aging eyes.” — Ali Mehmed, Sr. Design Engineer, Imagination Technologies Ltd. “I bought AoE2 back in 1989, when I was a teenager with an interest in electronics. You don’t have to be a full blooded nerd to understand and enjoy this book. The topics I have used it for weren't covered in depth but it was helpful in understanding it.

Refresh and try again. It’s October, which means it’s the perfect time to scare yourself with a truly unsettling book. This is an ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING subreddit, covering practical, component-level circuit design and repair questions, electronics theory, electronic components, tools and equipment. An updated classic.
This second volume carries on, … It is, without doubt, the book for the practical engineer. It contains a wealth of practical information, in charts, tables, and graphs, no other books come close. it is a good try to cover everything about electronics. Everyone I met who has a copy said that it was a great book and a classic.

is this the Hayt book to which you're referring? All the glowing praise from luminaries much more entitled to an opinion than I am certainly seems to be justified. Authors are veteran engineers who show real life instances of their knowledge. Delivered in folksy Horowitz and Hill style, it is rich with the kind of nitty-gritty information that’s invaluable to circuit designers and manufacturers, much of which is absent (or difficult to find) elsewhere. to read through for tips and tricks AND is a unbeatable resource! Nice work.” — John Willison, founder, Stanford Research Systems, “Who among us has not kept a cherished copy of AoE on our workbench throughout our careers? For others a textbook is only useful as a reference when practicals fail. The sheer volume of information curated for ready use is staggering. AoE brilliantly conveys its authors’ enthusiasm and experience of practical engineering and is an inspiring read.

Sure, H&H explain how to think about a transistor well, but that means nothing if you can't do the math. BUY IT. The author is accepting reports of errata and publishing them, to be corrected in future revisions. I couldn't finish this book completely since it is super big. Personally, I think the only way to really learn from AoE is through the student manual and doing the labs.

I actually take it to bed with me while my wife reads fiction next to me. Many people have described the earlier editions as the best book on electronics, so AoE3 had a lot to live up to; fortunately, it does not disappoint.

What I like most about the chapter is the nuts-n-bolts recommendations — when does wire-wrapping a prototype make sense, when (or when not) to use a socket for a component, should you use a backplane inside your instrument, what’s the best way to do front-panel switching, and much more. Whether you’re a student, a tech, a maker, an EE major or graduate, a scientist, a part time hobbyist or something else and want to gain an understanding or especially master electronics, then get this book. I've recently started going through the companion book, "Learning The Art Of Electronics". The term “encyclopaedic” is readily justified.” — M. Odell.

Same excellent writing and clarity. They all complement one another. No bench should be without one.”, “Great book…..Really Great Book!!! Incredibly, the 3rd edition has expanded many of the things I loved about the 2nd edition.

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