The Gateway to Understanding: Electrons to Waves and Beyond WORKBOOK: Electrons

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AuthorHouse, May 24, 2005 - Reference - 1 pages
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324 Pages.


Learning the subject of electricity and electronics through the study of this workbook is tremendously more beneficial than simply purchasing and reading the book on your own. The workbook provides many advantages including:

a) A step by step approach presenting a series of lessons, which are bite-sized pieces of information taken from the book.

b) The lessons act like a trail or a ?road to knowledge? with a definite beginning and a finite end. This prevents possible frustration of the reader from aimlessly reading the book or getting overwhelmed by the enormity of the subject.

c) Solutions to many of the end of chapter quizzes provide an excellent check-out to the reader?s comprehension of the material.

d) A streamlined approach to learning electricity/electronics, which takes irrelevant materials off the direct path of achieving the final goal of total comprehension.

e)  Author?s numerous comments, exercises and summary adds clarity and understanding and brings simplification to a very complicated subject.

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MATTHEW M. RADMANESH received his MSEE and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Michigan. He has worked in RF and Microwave industry for Maury Microwave Corp., Boeing Aircraft Co., and Hughes Aircraft Co. He is currently a faculty member at the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at California State University, Northridge, CA.

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