Books on electronics

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Hello! I need to go to the intuitive notion of all, ranging from physical electronics to AVR microcontrollers. What books can you recommend? If several, in what order to read? It is very desirable that there is less water, all short and to the point, something like lecture notes.
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You will have a long and thorny path. Order of study is:
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1. Discrete mathematics (Boolean algebra, Logic. Including Karnaugh Maps, CNF, DNF).
\rA. I. Belousov, S. B. Tkachev, "Discrete mathematics"
\rA. Y. Savelyev, "Fundamentals of Informatics"
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2. Electrical engineering
\rBessonov L. A. "Theoretical foundations of electrical engineering. Electric circuit"
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3. Electronics
\rStallions I. P. "Fundamentals of electronics"
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4. Circuitry
\rUgryumov E. "Digital circuitry"
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5. Very useful knowledge of the technology of Instrumentation
\rV. A. Shakhnov "Engineering design of electronic equipment"
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6. Programming (C and Assembler)
\rG. S. Ivanova, "programming Basics"
\rG. S. Ivanov, "Object oriented programming"
\rG. S. Ivanova, "programming Technology"
\rYurov V. Khoroshenko S. "Assembler: a training course"
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7. Programming of microcontrollers (AVR in particular)
\rJ. V. HART "AVR Microcontrollers. Workshop for beginners"
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In addition, each of the stages will have to develop specialized software packages.
In this course the drooping branch of a PCB design, FPGA, SOC, because your goal is directly MK AVR.
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"Semiconductor circuit" by U. Tietze, C. Schenk
"The art circuitry" Horowitz, hill.
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+ in earlier was the topic — "Self-learning circuitry" (http://habrahabr.ru/blogs/arbeit/90883/)
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Recommend online manual easyelectronics.ru/
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There are the basics — resistance, voltage, resistor, capacitor, etc.
\reasyelectronics.ru/category/nachinayushhim
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AVR Training course
\reasyelectronics.ru/category/avr-uchebnyj-kurs
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Described in a normal language, without water. Clear and to the point.
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I would have started (or rather I started) with "Rudolph Sworen — electronics step by step" (the network has not seen unfortunately the new version, only the old, but they are in fact almost identical) very simply described, however, more than detail.
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If the electronics are very poorly versed, the series of the Iceberg ("Radio — it's very simple", "Transistor — it's very simple", "TV is a very easy") I think would be interesting.
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Horowitz and hill to read can be difficult. Because there are many described in the style of Indian mathematicians — the principle of "See", and sometimes it is not always clear what to look for. So start with Sorena and parallel to It prohodish.
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Radio receivers
Author: Barkan, V. F.,

Radio
Author: Davydov S. L.

High-frequency discharges in electrothermics
Author: Dashkevich I. P.

Design charts and tables for electro acoustics
Author: V. K. Iofe

Operational amplifiers for everyone
Author: Carter B.

Electrical engineering and electronics.
Author: Nemtsov M. V.

Tutorial on electronics - a Tutorial
Author: Nikolaenko M. N.

Encyclopedia of practical electronics
Author: Rutledge D.

Radioamator
Author: S. M. Sccar

you can download it via the link www.booksshare.net/index.php?id1=4&category=electrotech
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