The links from this page take you to useful book suggestions - most of them
are book suggestions for electronics or programming in general.
These types of books are more useful in the long run as they give you a more solid grounding in fundamental techniques and these are books that I have found the most useful.
In the C programming link page you'll find the best books for C programming
- strangely enough the most useful is actually the smallest!
Books on C programming.
Author: Howard Johnson
the best book on practical
digital design solutions for noise and signal integrityand covers the practical
aspects of making a digital circuitry operate in the real world. It is
essential reading covering all aspects of designing systems and pcbs that work.
It covers decoupling, ground plane design, signal reflection, crosstalk, and noise problems which occur in high speed digital machines ( above 10 megahertz) but importantly it shows practical and real examples showing how to solve these problems.
Note: Even for a 10kHz clock the edges of that clock signal are at high frequency and are subject to noise and reflection so even there this book is a useful!
Author: Paul Horowitz, Winfield Hill
This is the best
all round book on electronics covering a vast amount of ideas and
information. Although this is University grade stuff the information is
presented in an informal and maths free way (as much as possible).
The emphasis is on showing how devices and systems work using practical ideas and concepts so learning is not just theoretical - but theory is there as well.
It is useful as a reference source of ideas as well as showing for all types of electroncs learning from basic devices to processor systems covering all kinds of circuits in between.
Find out how to use the AD9833 to generate sine, square and triangle waves at 0.1Hz resolution.
Arduino Nano ISP: How to program an ATmega328P using an Arduino Nano as the ISP programmmer. One common problem: Programming a sketch into the chip without a reset control - solved here.
Arduino Voltage reference: Both the Uno and Nano have a built-in voltage reference: Find out how to make it more accurate. In addition find out how to use it to measure the supply voltage 1V8 ~ 5V5
Arduino EEPROM: How to use it and How to preserve the life of EEPROM. Two examples sketches to save multiple values to EEPROM.
A tutorial on using the ADS1115 precision 16 bit ADC for low power use.
Learn how to use the TP4056 properly. There's a right, and a wrong way, to use it to safely charge Lithium Ion batteries.