Fundamentals of Electronics for Speech-language Pathologists and Audiologists
Overviews electricity and electronics as well as equipment and technology from a practical/intuitive perspective, for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in speech-language pathology and audiology. Coverage includes circuits, power supplies, oscillators, microprocessors, and combining circ
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CircuitsThe Building Block of Electronic Devices
Essential Concepts and Terminology for Understanding
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