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Electrical and Computer Engineering Resources
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Databases

Library Subscription Journals

Print Resources

  • The Circuits and Filters Handbook
    REF TK 7867.C4977 1995
  • The Communications Handbook
    REF TK 5101.C6583 1997
  • The Computer Engineering Handbook
    REF TK 7885.C645
  • The Electrical Engineering Handbook
    REF TK 145.E354 1997
  • Electromagnetics Compatibility
    REF TK 6553.I145 1995
  • The Electrical Engineering Handbook
    REF Tk 145 .E354 2006
  • Handbook of Numerical Calculations in Engineering
    REF TA 335 .T85 1989
  • The Handbook of Formulas and Tables for Signal Processing
    REF TK 5102.9.P677 1999
  • Handbook of Fuel Cells
    REF TK 2931.H36 2003 (v.1-4)
  • The Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook
    QC39 .M393 1999
  • National Electrical Code Handbook
    REF TK260 .N2
  • The Engineer's Career Guide
    Reference Reserve

Web Resources

 


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