Old Book Teardown: Engineering Electronics with Industrial Applications and Control (1957) | In The Lab With Jay Jay

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Silly Job Title: Electron Enchanter

This video is part of the Old Book Teardown feature of my video blog.

In this video I tear down Engineering Electronics with Industrial Applications and Control by John D. Ryder. This book was published in the USA in 1957. The book comprises 666 pages and is chock full of schematics with old vacuum tubes and photos from old Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes (CROs).

New Book Teardown: Learning The Art of Electronics: A Hands-On Lab Course | In The Lab With Jay Jay

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Silly Job Title: Master Planner

This video is part of the New Book Teardown feature of my video blog.

In this video I take a look at Learning the Art of Electronics: A Hands-On Lab Course by Thomas C. Hayes and Paul Horowitz published in 2016. The book has 1,140 pages and is a companion to The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition.

Some notes about things of interest we noticed in the book:

New Book: The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition | In The Lab With Jay Jay

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Silly Job Title: Charge Charmer

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This video is part of the New Book feature of my video blog.

In this video I review the venerable The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition by Paul Horowitz by Winfield Hill published in 2015. This monstrous tome includes some 1,220 pages.

This is a long video, because this is a long book!

While I was writing up these notes for the video I found a wealth of fun stuff. Here are a few links: