Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, Fourth Edition (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 31, 2006 - Science - 698 pages
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  • Written by Stan Gibilisco, an electronics legend and McGraw-Hill's most popular TAB author
  • Perfect for hobbyists, students, and those who want to get ahead in tech-related careers
  • Packed with everything needed to enhance learning: 600+ illustrations, practical examples, and hundreds of test questions

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Contents

Part 2 Alternating Current
141
Part 3 Basic Electronics
313
Part 4 Specialized Devices and Systems
469

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Stan Gibilisco is one of McGraw-Hill's most prolific and popular authors, specializing in electronics and science topics. His clear, reader-friendly writing style makes his science books accessible to a wide audience, and his background in research makes him an ideal editor for professional references and course materials. He is the author of The Encyclopedia of Electronics; The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing; and several titles in the popular Demystified library of home-schooling and self-teaching books. His published works have won numerous awards. The Encyclopedia of Electronics was chosen a "Best Reference Book of the 1980s" by the American Library Association, which also named his McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing a "Best Reference of 1996." Stan Gibilisco maintains a Web site at www.sciencewriter.net.

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