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Dec 02 2014

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Transformers – Easy Reading (also from VIAS)

Transformers – by Reauben Lee.
This is another link to a very good and easy reading book. This time on the principle operation of Transformers.

http://www.vias.org/eltransformers/

This is yet another valuable link originating from the VIAS library:

http://www.vias.org/electronics.html

The Virtual Institute of Applied Science (VIAS) has been founded by Hans Lohninger to supply high-quality learning materials at virtually no costs. Thus, the VIAS Web site is dedicated to the enhancement of learning and the understanding of science concepts.

The VIAS group consists of a few private and institutional partners led by Epina GmbH, and is supported by the following institutions and companies (in alphabetical order):

 

This seems to be a good source of some yet other good books, just to name a few:

Basic Radio: This edition of the eBook “Basic Radio” is based on the printed copy of J.B. Hoag’s “Basic Radio” published in 1942. Although the topics covered in this book may seem to be outdated we included it into the VIAS ebook collection simply for its clear discussion of basic principles.

about 300 pages with approx. 470 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Capacitors, Magnetic Circuits, and Transformers: This eBook is based on the printed copy of Leander W. Matsch’s book, which provides a thorough discussion of the physics of these fundamental electrical devices.

about 170 pages with approx. 250 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Electrical Communication. This edition of the eBook “Electrical Communication” is based on the printed copy of the book “Electrical Communication” by A.L. Albert published in 1950. It mainly deals with telephone and telegraph communications.

about 450 pages with approx. 500 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Electrical Engineering: This edition of the eBook “Electrical Engineering” is based on the printed copy of E.E. Kimberly’s “Electrical Engineering” published in 1951. It provides a clear discussion of basic principles of electrical engineering.

about 400 pages with approx. 450 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Electronic Transformers: This edition of the eBook “Electronic Transformers” is based on the printed copy of Reuben Lee’s “Electronic Transformers and Circuits” published in 1955. Although the topics covered in this book may seem to be outdated we included it into the VIAS ebook collection simply for its clear discussion of electronic transformers and related matters.

about 200 pages with approx. 400 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics: a slightly extended version of T.R. Kuphaldt’s book offering a basic introduction to electrical engineering and electronics.

about 700 pages with approx. 2500 figures; Copyright: Design Science License

 

Radio Antenna Engineering: This eBook is based on the printed copy of E.A. Laport’s “Radio Antenna Engineering” published in 1952. It book covers the physics and electrical engineering of radio antennas in a concise and easy to understand way.

about 560 pages with approx. 750 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Transistor Basics: This eBook is based on the printed copy of L.M. Krugmans’s “Fundamentals of Transistors” published in 1954. Although this book deals mostly with germanium transistors, the electronics remain the same. The book has been added to the VIAS ebook collection for its clear discussion of basic principles.

about 140 pages with approx. 120 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

Wireless Networking in the Developing World is a practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure. This book was created by a team of individuals who each, in their own field, are actively participating in the ever-expanding Internet. All in all it is an excellent introduction to wireless networks covering all major topics from a basic introduction to the building of outdoor nodes.

about 140 pages with approx. 100 figures; Copyright: Creative Commons License

 

 

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