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    Not a book for beginners. The author seems to assume you have a fairly in-depth working knowledge of electrical engineering (or at least a few introductory college courses) before reading the book. Despite repeated hand-waving about the "chicken and egg" nature of the subject where concepts are interrelated, he makes no effort to actually bring them together in a meaningful way. He'll introduce a new topic and instead of giving straightforward examples to clarify the concept or tying it to things you've already learned, he'll give confusing examples of how it relates to other concepts and terms that haven't been introduced yet, then say things like "you should be able to do this off the top of your head without thinking". This happens repeatedly in the first several chapters which is as far as I got before giving up in frustration. I get that the concepts are complicated and all related but they're not presented in a way that's accessible to newcomers as the title would imply.

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