Freely Redistributable Technical Resources
(AKA Free Books On-Line)

In an effort to better focus the material, make the best use of lab resources, and reduce textbook costs to students, a series of laboratory manuals and texts have been developed at MVCC for use in our Electrical Engineering Technology courses. These replace the formerly used manuals which, in some cases, were over $100 each, in paperback. The manuals listed below are available to anyone, free of cost. The following titles are copyright by the author, Professor Jim Fiore, and use a Creative Commons license. The author thanks the MVCC community for their support of these projects.

Creative Commons License
The works below are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

If you are enrolled in one of my courses, please see my home page for links to course pages which cover topic and lab schedules, assessment standards, homework assignments, problem sets, lecture notes and the like. If you have difficulty accessing these files, try using my mirror site.

doc format

Laboratory Manual for ET154 Computer Programming (Multisim and Python Programming)
Laboratory Manual for ET151 Circuits 1 (DC Electrical Circuits)
Laboratory Manual for ET152 Circuits 2 (AC Electrical Circuits)
Laboratory Manual for ET161 Linear Electronics (Introductory Semiconductors)
Laboratory Manual for ET283 Microprocessor Fundamentals (Embedded Controllers using C and Arduino)
Lecture Notes for ET283 Microprocessor Fundamentals (Embedded Controllers using C and Arduino)
 
pdf format

Laboratory Manual for ET154 Computer Programming (Multisim and Python Programming)
Laboratory Manual for ET151 Circuits 1 (DC Electrical Circuits)
Laboratory Manual for ET152 Circuits 2 (AC Electrical Circuits)
Laboratory Manual for ET161 Linear Electronics (Introductory Semiconductors)
Laboratory Manual for ET283 Microprocessor Fundamentals (Embedded Controllers using C and Arduino)
Lecture Notes for ET283 Microprocessor Fundamentals (Embedded Controllers using C and Arduino)
 

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