By Jim Lowe, Published 2006
Applicable to Australian trades-level courses including NE10 AC Machines, NE12 Synchronous Machines and the AC part of NE30 Electrical Motor Control and Protection. Covering polyphase induction motors, single-phase motors, synchronous machines and polyphase motor starting. 160 pages in paperback.
|Audio Power Amplifier Design Handbook|
by Douglas Self, 5th Edition 2009.
The latest edition of "the Bible" on audio power amplifiers. Many revisions and updates to the previous edition and now has an extra three chapters covering Class XD, Power Amp Input Systems and Input Processing and Auxilliary Subsystems. Not cheap and not a book for the beginner but if you want the best in Audio Power Amps, you want this one! - 463 pages in paperback.
|DVD Players and Drives|
by K. F. Ibrahim, Published 2003. A guide to DVD technology and applications, with particular focus on design issues and pitfalls, maintenance and repair. Ideal for engineers, technicians, students of consumer electronics and installation staff. 319 pages in paperback.
|Electric Motors and Drives|
By Austin Hughes and Bill Drury. 4th Edition 2013.
This is a very easy to read book with very little mathematics or formulas. It covers the basics of all the main motor types, DC permanent magnet and wound field, AC induction and steppers and gives a very good description of how speed control circuits work with these motors. Buy it to get a good understanding of motors and drives. Soft covers, 444 pages.
|EDUC-8 Handbook Scan (Electronics Australia)|
A scan of the EDUC8 manual by Jim Rowe, published by EA in 1975.
The manual is 80 pages and the scan includes all pages plus covers and errata sheet in a single PDF (200dpi), suitable for on-screen viewing or printing.
The PDF download becomes available after purchase and you can re-download it later if necessary.
|EDUC-8 Handbook Photocopy (Electronics Australia)|
A photocopy of the EDUC8 manual by Jim Rowe, published by EA in 1975.
The manual is 80 pages and the copy includes all pages plus covers and errata sheet on A4 paper.
|Newnes Guide to Television and Video Technology|
By K.F. Ibrahim. 4th Edition 2007.
Provides a full and comprehensive coverage of video and television technology including HDTV and DVD. Starts with fundamentals so is ideal for students but covers in-depth technologies such as blu-ray, DLP, Digital TV, etc, so is also perfect for engineers. 600+ pages in paperback.
|Op Amps For Everyone|
By Bruce Carter. 4th Edition 2013.
This is the bible for anyone designing op amp circuits and you don't have to be an engineer to get the most out of it. It is written in simple language but gives lots of in-depth info, bridging the gap between the theoretical and the practical.
This updated edition includes unified design procedures for gain and offset circuits, and filter circuits plus techniques for voltage regulator design. As well, there is a companion website with lots of downloads. 281 pages in paperback.
|PIC in Practice|
By D. W. Smith. 2nd Edition 2006.
Based on popular short courses on the PIC, for professionals, students and teachers. Can be used at a variety of levels. An ideal introduction to the world of microcontrollers. 308 pages in paperback.
|PIC Microcontrollers - Know It All|
Authors: Di Jasio, Wilmshurst, Ibrahim, Morton, Bates, J.Smith, D.W.Smith, Hellebuyck. Published 2008.
Assembled from the works of leading professionals, this book delivers a wide-ranging and detailed examination of PIC microcontrollers. Covers introduction to PICs and their programming in Assembly, PICBASIC, MBASIC and C. 900+ pages in paperback. Includes CD-ROM.
|The PIC Microcontroller - Your Personal Introductory Course|
By John Morton. 3rd Edition 2005.
A unique and practical guide to getting up and running with the PIC. Assumes no knowledge of microcontrollers - ideal introduction for students, teachers, technicians and electronics enthusiasts. Revised 3rd edition focuses on reprogrammable flash PICs such as 16F54, 16F84, 12F508 and 12F675. 226 pages in paperback.
|The Practical Guide to Satellite TV|
By Garry Cratt. 7th Edition 2008.
Written in Australia, for Australian conditions by one of Australia's foremost satellite TV experts. If there is anything you wanted to know about setting up a satellite TV system (including what you can't do!) it's sure to be covered by this 176-page paperback.
|Practical RF Handbook|
By Ian Hickman. 4th Edition 2007
A guide to RF design for engineers, technicians, students and enthusiasts. Covers all of the key topics in RF: analog design principles, transmission lines, couplers, transformers, amplifiers, oscillators, modulation, transmitters and receivers, propagation & antennas. 285 pages in paperback.
|Practical Variable Speed Drives and Power Electronics|
By Malcolm Barnes. Published 2003.
An essential reference for engineers and anyone who wishes to design or use variable speed drives for induction motors. As reviewed in SILICON CHIP September 2003. 288 pages.
|Programming 32-bit Microcontrollers in C|
By Lucio Di Jasio. Published 2008.
Subtitled "Exploring the PIC32", a Microchip insider tells all on this powerful PIC! Focuses on examples and exercises that show how to solve common real-world design problems quickly.Includes handy checklists. 527 pages in paperback. FREE CD-ROM includes C code examples and C32 compiler.
|Programming and Customizing the PICAXE Microcontroller|
By David Lincoln. 2nd Edition 2011
The PICAXE is a powerful and easy-to-use processor, capable of highly sophisticated projects, without the complexities and high costs of alternative chips. Beginners can produce tangible results within minutes, and experienced users can achieve truly professional results. The second edition has been fully updated for the latest hardware and software upgrades, and shows you, step by step, how to take full advantage of all the capabilities of the PICAXE and build your own control projects. This practical guide is packed with helpful llustrations, detailed examples, and do-it-yourself experiments. Perfect for beginners and students, the book also contains advanced information for more experienced programmers, hobbyists, manufacturers, and research institutions. 302 pages in paperback.
|Radio Television & Hobbies on DVD-ROM|
Radio (Television) & Hobbies, April 1939 to March 1965. Every article to enjoy once again on DVD-ROM!
This remarkable archival collection spans nearly three decades of Australia's own "Radio and Hobbies" (which became "Radio Television and Hobbies"). Every article has been painstakingly scanned into PDF format - ready to read at your leisure on your computer again and again (obviously, a DVD-ROM reader is required along with Acrobat Reader!). For history buffs, it's worth its weight in gold. For vintage radio enthusiasts, what could be better? For anyone interested in electronics, this is one which you MUST have in your collection!
|RF Circuit Design|
By Chris Bowick. 2nd Edition 2008
Second edition of the classic RF circuit design book. RF circuit design is now more important that ever in the wireless world in which we live. In most of the wireless devices that we use there is an RF component and this book tells the reader how to design and integrate that component in a very practical fashion. 243 pages in paperback.
|Self on Audio|
By Douglas Self. 2nd edition 2006.
From the renowned audio design guru, a collection of 35 classic magazine articles offering a dependable methodology for designing audio power amplifiers in a way that improves performance at every point without significantly increasing cost. Includes compressors/limiters, hybrid bipolar/FET amps, electronic switching and more. 467 pages in paperback.
|Silicon Chip's Electronic Projects For Cars Vol Two|
A printed copy of Silicon Chip's Electronic Projects For Cars, Vol Two. Published 2003. Price reduced to clear. Shop-soiled covers. Price includes postage.
|Silicon Chip's Performance Electronics For Cars|
A printed copy of Silicon Chip's Performance Electronics For Cars. Published 2004. Price reduced to clear. Shop-soiled covers. Price includes postage.
|Small Signal Audio Design|
By Douglas Self. Published 2010.
From the guru of audio, this practical handbook teaches the basic fundamentals and covers the practical application of various opamp and discrete transistors. Small Signal Audio Design will answer questions, develop technique and offer best practice on optimising features that will ensure the product's success. In addition, it includes audio mixer material, based on the author's design experience, revealing specialised information that has never been published before. 556 pages in paperback.
|Switching Power Supplies A-Z|
by Sanjaya Maniktala. Second edition published 2012.
This substantially revised and expanded textbook is the go-to reference for anything to do with the design of switchmode power supplies. Very readable, it covers virtually every aspect, from converter design, PCB topology, thermal management..it's all there. In hard covers too and it's reduced in price.