All New Electronics Self-Teaching Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 23, 2011 - Computers - 456 pages
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For almost 30 years, this book has been a classic text for electronics enthusiasts. Now completely updated for today?s technology with easy explanations and presented in a more user-friendly format, this third edition helps you learn the essentials you need to work with electronic circuits. All you need is a general understanding of electronics concepts such as Ohm?s law and current flow, and an acquaintance with first-year algebra. The question-and-answer format, illustrative experiments, and self-tests at the end of each chapter make it easy for you to learn at your own speed.
 

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Contents

The Diode
2-5
Introduction to the Transistor
3-1
The Transistor Switch
4-1
AC PreTest and Review
4-34
AC in Electronics
4-47
Resonant Circuits
7-6
Transistor Amplifiers
7-38
The Transformer
10-3
Power Supply Circuits
10-15
Conclusion and Final SelfTest
10-44
Glossary
10-58
Equation Reference
10-68
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About the author (2011)

Earl Boysen is a veteran engineer who maintains two technology-focused Web sites, www.buildinggadgets.com and www.understandingnano.com. He is coauthor of Electronics For Dummies, Electronics Projects For Dummies, and Nanotechnology For Dummies, all published by Wiley. Visit his sites at: www.buildinggadgets.com and  www.understandingnano.com

The late Harry Kybett wrote the bestselling first and second editions of Electronics Self-Teaching Guide. He was director of engineering operations at Columbia Pictures Corporation. He built many studios and video systems for the broadcasting industry and created training programs for Sony Corporation of America.

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