Thursday, 10 January 2013

Building Your Own Electronics Lab by Dale Wheat

We’re surrounded by electronics these days. Did you ever wonder how it all worked? Do you know just enough about electricity to be dangerous? Would you like to learn more? Then this book is for you.
There are many excellent textbooks on how electricity works. This is not one of them. This book helps you get started learning about electricity and electronics by showing you how to set up your own electronics laboratory. You might have guessed that from the title.
Along the way, several simple exercises are presented to show you some basic concepts about
how electricity works in the real world—not just in a lecture hall. By the time you get done reading this
short book, you’ll have a good idea of where to begin and what kinds of tools and components you might need, and you’ll have some excellent adviceabout how to keep it all organized.
Once you’ve got your own space set up to perform your electronic experiments, the sky is the

Chapter 1: Planning Your Electronics Workshop
Chapter 2: Building Your Tool Chest
Chapter 3: Components
Chapter 4: A Portable Mini-Lab
Chapter 5: The Cozy Corner Lab
Chapter 6: The Small Group Lab and Classroom

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1 comment:

  1. wanted $27 for this same book!