The list author says: "This is not an undergraduate guide. It is more of a professional reference on how to design various types of electronic circuits. These types of books were very popular when I got my BSEE in 1979, but with the advent of so much COTS electronics, very few people still do this on an individual basis."
"An advanced book on digital design. Shows the design of complex circuits such as digital control circuits, network interface circuits, pipelined arithmetic units, & RISC micros. It emphasizes the use of synthesizable VHDL code & provides numerous worked-out design examples including a USB interface, a pipelined multiply-accumulate unit, & a pipelined microprocessor for the ARM THUMB architecture."
"A helpful book for designing analog circuits from building blocks of transistors, diodes, and op-amps. Merges signal processing, electronics, and construction techniques. A practical guide for the engineer, not the hobbyist."
"About the building of very simple games driven solely by electronics. There is no code or microcontroller driving any of the games. There are a total of 35 projects, all with complete schematics and instructions."
"An excellent & hard to find book from 1975. Many excellent schematics & an excellent guide for the person designing their first audio effects box. Most basic audio effects theory & applications are discussed with at least 1 schematic for every type of effect. Explanations are very complete, making the book good for novices to experts."