CIRCUITS, Second Edition

Fawwaz T. Ulaby
University of Michigan
Michel M. Maharbiz
University of California, Berkeley

Subset of Adopting Schools

  • University of Michigan
  • UC Berkeley
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  • James Madison University
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  • University of Texas, Dallas
  • McNeese State University

THIS IS NOT THE MOST RECENT EDITION AVAILABLE!  VISIT Circuits Third Edition

ISBN 978-1-934891-19-3

This book conveys a set of timeless principles and problem solving techniques for a first course in electrical engineering circuit analysis.

Highlights:

  • NI myDAQ tutorials and myDAQ Problems: In addition to solving a circuit problem analytically and simulating its behavior with Multisim, a complementary third approach is to physically build the circuit on a circuit board and use the NI myDAQ to interface the circuit to a computer.  Read more
  • 834 end-of-chapter problems
  • Technology Briefs
  • A student version of Mathscript is included on the DVD (the basic commands used by MATLAB® also work in MathScript RT Module)
  • Latest versions of both NI LabVIEW and NI Multisim Student Edition Software on a DVD packaged with each book.   
  • Student Friendly Price

Other Resources:

Second Edition Textbook-myDAQ Bundle

For academic instructors who adopt the book as their required classroom textbook, a complete set of solutions to all the end-of-chapter problems are available in Faculty Resources.

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