Are you thinking of pursuing electronics and communication engineering and building a career? Electronics and communication engineering is an extensive field of study, spanning computer science, physics, electronics and communication theory. This makes it a difficult field to summarize into a few bullet points. This is why books on electronics and communications engineering are a good way to learn about the industry and will act as a good reference material. In this article, we have put together our favourites which are worth reading.
1. The art of electronics
This is a must-read book for every electronics enthusiast. It is an absolute classic and covers everything from basic electronic principles to advanced topics like power supplies, filters, oscillators and amplifiers. If you’re looking for a textbook that can be used as a reference, this is the one. It has been around since 1980 and has stood the test of time well. The book is divided into two parts, each with three chapters: “Theory,” “Design,” and “Applied.” The first part covers basic concepts and methods, while the second part deals with more practical applications. It is written in such a way that makes it easy to understand and fun to read. The author has done a great job of explaining basic concepts in an understandable manner. The book also gives you an idea of how to solve problems with electronics and communication by using simple circuit diagrams, which helps you understand the underlying principles of electronics better. we would recommend this book to anyone who wants to get into electronics and communications engineering or wants to learn more about how it works.
2. Design of Electrical Transmission Lines
This book is about building electrical transmission lines such as power lines and optical fibre cables. The first edition was published in 2016 and there have been several revisions since then; however, it still remains an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn more about how electrical transmission lines work! This book has been written by experts who have worked closely with engineers designing power plants and other large-scale electrical projects around the world for many years; therefore their experience can help us understand better what we are doing when we design our own projects! The text provides an introduction to basic transmission line theory using practical examples. (It also introduces some classical topics such as impedance and admittance.) However, more importantly, it provides detailed guidance for designing low-voltage transmission line structures for both single-phase and three-phase systems in accordance with IEEE standards C62.41-2014 (IEEE Standard Guide for Transmission Line Design) and C62.42-2014 (IEEE Guide for Three Phase Transmission Line Design).
3. The Industrial Electronics Handbook –
This set is a great introduction to electronics for those new to the field. The five volumes cover basic topics such as DC and AC circuits, power and energy conversion, digital systems, analog-to-digital conversion and more.
This is a five-volume set that covers electronics from basic principles to advanced practice. Each set begins with an overview of the material to be covered, followed by an explanation of the mathematics needed to understand it. The text then proceeds to a detailed discussion of the theory involved in each topic, followed by examples and problems at the end of each chapter. This approach makes it easier for readers to understand how things work without having to learn all of the details first. It also avoids some common pitfalls in textbooks where theory is presented first and then shown applied later on in the book. The text is written with an emphasis on practical applications and hands-on learning, making it a great resource for any electrical engineer who wants to learn about electronic systems as well as for those who want to teach others about electronic systems. Each volume has a problem set at the end of each chapter that helps you practice what you’ve learned.