Bebop to the Boolean Boogie
An Unconventional Guide to ElectronicsBy
- Clive Maxfield, Engineer, TechBytes, and Editor of PLDesignline.com
Electrical and electronic engineers, technicians, and technical marketing personnel.
Published: December 2002
Â¿Extremely readable and easy to understand, youÂ¿ll wonder how people learned about this stuff before this book came along.Â¿ Â¿ New Book Bulletin, Computer Literacy Bookshops Â¿A highly readable, well-illustrated guided tour through basic electronics.Â¿ Â¿ Science Books & Films Â¿ThereÂ¿s something for anyone involved in anyway in electronics, whether as a mild interest or as a serious technician. . . . The book is an excellent and invaluable resource for anyone whoÂ¿s ever held a soldering iron and wants to know what makes current electronics technology tick, and where it's going in the future.Â¿ Â¿ Everyday with Practical Electronics (U.K.) Â¿This book is better than most college courses for learning electronics basics.Â¿ Â¿ The Daily Spectrum Â¿Maxfield shows the best of his style, mixing deep knowledge of technical history with a great sense of humor and a strong passion for finding some (almost) unbelievable nuggets of trivia. On the whole, this is a book that deserves the acclaim it received since the very first edition and it should be on the desk of everybody who is interested in digital electronics design.Â¿ Â¿ Electronics World, January 2006