From: Steinkogler, Gary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 11 2001 - 11:52:46 PDT
If you purchase any of the books that the si-list has recommended - here is
a list of search engines that I use. They will search all on-line bookstores
to give you hopefully the best price. I buy a lot of books and they have
saved me many dollars. You still have to watch them though, as I sometimes
get the best price from my local Barnes & Noble, Borders, or Micro Center.
Just to give you an idea, I am purchasing a book, Solid State Electronic
Devices by Ben Streetman, best price on www.dealtime.com is $96.45(includes
$4.95 shipping - 5-10 days arrival from www.a1books.com), while the best
price on www.addall.com is $54.64(includes $7.08 shipping - 5-7 days arrival
from England from www.amazon.co.uk). I usually use US companies, but when
there is that much of a difference, I will go elsewhere.
Here are my 4 favorite website book price search engines:
www.addall.com - this website also has discount coupons listed by the book
One other website has discount coupons for books = www.kovalchikfarms.com -
scroll down to search button, on left hand side of screen is bookstores
codes. It will give you a list of discount coupons for website bookstores.
Also here are 3 of my favorite search engines for information:
www.beaucoup.com +2,500 search engines
www.copernic.com - you will have to download their free basic copernic
2001 package from the internet. This is one of my favorites. You can ask
specific topics and get good results - like coplanar waveguide with ground
calculator and it will come back with a website.
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Fax (763) 268-3301
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Lock [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 12:24 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [SI-LIST] : SI References
> Hello Everyone,
> Im a recent graduate with a BSEE new in the Telecom industry. I'm
> to gain a fundamental base level understanding of Signal Integrity.
> as how I couldn't find "Signal Integrity for Dummies" I was wondering if
> anyone could reccomend any books, journals or websites I could reference
> help me get my feet wet in this field. Any suggestions would help.
> Thanks a lot.
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