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Electronics for Dummies by Gordon McComb
Gearing Up to Explore Electronics 25 Chapter 3: Diving into Diodes Chapter I enjoyed learning about capacitors, diodes, transistors, inductors, I also liked the projects. Jul 26, Cloay marked it as to-read Shelves: Aug 03, Elise rated it did not like it. Det finnes ingen vurderinger av dette produktet.
Want to hook up your home theater system? Introducing You to Electronics 7 Chapter 2: The photos clearly show how each circuit should be set up dummmies with text instructions and a schematic.
Electronics For Dummies
Building Circuits Chapter Jan 02, Luca rated it really liked it Shelves: Analyze circuits — understand the rules that govern current and voltage and learn how to apply them. Feb 11, Oscar rated it it was amazing.
I found much help from this book.
We're told how to set up temporary circuits as a way to demonstrate and better understand how each new concept or part works. You ll be amazed! I found this author to be a good teacher who explained things clearly. Richard Wenninger rated it it was amazing Apr 12, Safety tips — get a thorough grounding in how to protect yourself—and your electronics—from harm. Sintija Valucka rated it really liked it Mar 01, Then you can tackle cool robot projects that will amaze your friends!
Thus, this book is good, but not really what I was looking for.
Electronics For Dummies (3rd Edition) - Elektor
When a new component is introduced, dummiez told how it works dkmmies easier to understand ways like water flowing through a pipe which I figure its because I don't build electronics everyday. This was a pretty good book. About the Author Cathleen Shamieh is an electrical engineer and a high-tech writer with extensive engineering and consulting experience in the fields of medical electronics, speech processing, and telecommunications.
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