Electrical – Electrical Engineer being autodidact (Without university)


for personal reasons I can't go to the university and i would like learn a lot of electronics oriented to computers, I am not new in the software programming but in all related with the hardware yes, totally new. I searched here to know about recommendations of books of this kind and I have founded a lot with very good opinions in Amazon, but I don't know if is good idea start reading books without a order. Can somebody tell me all the books of the first year of university's electrical engineer course? I have a lot of time to study it. And one more thing is, my level of maths is very bad, a lot of years without study maths… Another book to have good level of maths?

A lot of thanks, sorry if I ask a lot of things, only I don't know which is the best way to start.

Thanks all, have a good day.

Best Answer

There is no answer to that question.

Each university has their own preferred books, often biased by some alumni connection to the author.

The one we used which is considered by many to be the "bible" of EE is

Hughes Electrical and Electronic Technology

As for math. There are numerous teach yourself math books out there. Go visit a good book shop or major library and find the one that personally suits you best.

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