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Building on the remarkable success of Fundamentals of Electronics Circuit Design, David and Donald Comer's new text, Advanced Electronic Circuit Design, extends their highly focused, applied approach into the second and third semesters of the electronic circuit design sequence. This new text covers more advanced topics such as oscillators, power stages, digital/analog converters, and communications circuits such as mixers, and detectors. The text also includes technologies that are emerging.

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Автор: David J. Comer Название: Fundamentals of Electronic Circuit Design Издательство: Wiley .

Three chapters emphasize IC design, with SPICE simulations integrated into each one. * Concise, streamlined presentation of topics.

This textbook will not assist you in learning electronics. I have identified multiple reasons for why I think it cannot which include excessive equations, lack of explainations, and poor assumptions.

The number of equations given throughout the textbook is excessive. The author had the need to derive coutless special cases instead of providing generic equations applicable to all circuits.

The lack of explainations problem is one that seems to plauge electronics textbooks and includes this one. Equations are dumped into the text followed by some breif description of the variables or constants involved, rather than building up to an equation. A good example is on page 135 where a lengthy equation is immediatly followed by:

"...where k is Boltzmann's constant, T is the absolute temperature, and q is the electronic charge."

This patten is not uncommon throughout the text. Another point I must mention is the fact that no further explination of these variables or constants are given. This leads to my next point.

The authors assume too much about the readers of this textbook. Equations are introduced which, somehow, are derived from other equations that may or may not have been discussed. Kirchoff's Laws are not in the scope of this book, but the author will use them without citation. Failure to define how this new equation was derived leaves the reader guessing. Another example on topic is when new terms are used and not defined. A perfect example is when discussing bipolar junction transistors (BJT) the term "active region" is used. I have never seen nor read the definition in the text.
This book is absolutely unintelligible in the places that can be the most confusing. It is not structured in the slightest, the equations are inconsistent, and the actual problems require you to use techniques not shown in the book at all. Random assumptions are pulled out of thin air and the diagrams have subscripts that aren't referenced anywhere else in the chapter.

I have no idea why the professor uses this. His lectures are painfully trivial, and the book is incomprehensible, which makes for a very painful experience.
I almost never used the book for much more than a formula here or there, reading through it didn't help me understand the concepts of a basic circuit design class I bought it for. I mostly had to rely on other sources of information to do well in the class. The authors are professors at my university, and are notoriously bad at bringing the material to a first-time learner's level. The book has also never been revised, from my understanding.
This book is far more confusing than it needs to be. It was clearly written for experts in circuit design and not for students. Frequently, the book will skip several steps under the assumption that you understand the reasoning and steps in between. However, if it's your first time learning about transistors, you end up more confused when the chapter is finished. Problems in the back are also equally frustrating, and often times appear to be compleatly contradictory to what is "explained" in the chapter.

Do yourself a favor, if you are taking a class that requires this book, take it from someone else. This book is evil.
Stylish Monkey
When I ordered this, I thought I was ordering a full blown text on Multisim. Not so. It is just a little pamphlet
that should have come included with the software.
I give it two stars because it is well written.
Good book for my class
The internet is the way to go for college text books. I like how you can sell them back when you are done.
I took an electronics course as an undergrad and the book provides with very little insight on circuits. Fortunately my professor was amazing at teaching, so his lectures were better than the book (when it is the opposite that happens to most students). He mostly used for homeworks only.

Looking in retrospective, I personally would go for Razavi's Intro to Microelectronics and Sergio Franco's Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits. Unless your electronics course requires this book.