Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 727 pages
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The quickest way to learn the hows and whys behind computing, communications, robotics, entertainment devices, and the force that makes them work

Great for preparing for licensing exams, previous editions of this guide have been prized by thousands of students and professionals for the book's uniquely thorough coverage, ranging from dc and ac concepts and circuits to semiconductors and integrated circuits. Packed with more than 500 learning-enhanced illustrations, practical examples, and self-quizzes and tests, this matchless reference:

* Helps you solve current-voltage-resistance-impedance problems and make power calculations
* Teaches simple circuit design and optimization of circuit efficiency
* Explains the theory behind advanced audio systems and amplifiers for live music
* Features practical new information on wireless technologies, computers, the Internet, and more

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Review: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics (Teach Yourself)

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This is a fine book. I got it for Christmas when I was twelve, at the recommendation of a friend. Now I study electrical and electronic engineering at degree level, and I *still* use some of the ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

STAN GIBILISCO is a popular and respected electronics and science author specializing in reference works. His Encyclopedia of Electronics was named a "Best Reference of the 1980s" by the American Library Association. A former radio engineer and technical writer in electronics, he has also written The Illustrated Dictionary of Electronics, now in its eighth edition, and The TAB Encyclopedia of Electronics for Technicians and Hobbyists, among many other books.

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