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For general electronic design (general circuit design), see Construction
If you're using the schematic editor, you're probably designing circuits. The classic reference is commonly known at "Horowitz and Hill" or "AoE":
_The Art of Electronics_ (2nd edition) by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill. http://www.artofelectronics.com/ (Not to be confused with the "other" AoE, http://www.ensemblestudios.com/aoe/ )
Other, more specialized books:
[Any other must-have, highly recommended books ?]
At Circuit Sage, our goal is to completely automate the design of integrated transceiver circuits.(circuits that interface between a digital CPU on one side and a radio antenna on the other side).
Design and PCB Layout Considerations for Dynamic Memories interfaced to the Z80 CPU by Tim Olmstead 10-01-96 mem/dram/olmstead.html
good general purpose usefull projects for beginners with lasting value
for the experts piclist/projects.htm
(crosslink to general circuit design)
building a custom test fixture ?
parts split off from Protel FAQ
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