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Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, Fifth Edition helps you grasp the fundamentals of electricity and electronics—including theory—without formal training. Concise content along with a conversational writing tone enhance the pedagogy. Beginners and intermediate students will benefit most, but engineers and technicians will find this work useful as well. Practical, real-world examples are included. The Fifth Edition features improved content, tables, and diagrams, plus fully revised chapter-ending quizzes, tests, and final exam. This unique book can serve as a classroom text, a refresher, and a general reference.

For beginning to mid-level electronics technicians and hobbyists, this easy-to-use, best-selling reference supplies a wealth of technical information on the most widely used integrated circuits. Respected author Delton Horn focuses on the ICs themselves rather than the circuits they are used in, providing new or updated material on oscillators and signal generators, RF and video devices, voltage regulators, and digital/analog crossovers. The book is logically organized to help readers instantly find the information they need.

Kularatna’s new book describes modern component families and how to design circuit blocks using them. While much of this information may be available elsewhere, in Modern Component Families and Circuit Block Design it is integrated with additional design hints that are unique. The discussion covers most components necessary in an embedded design or a DSP-based real time system design. The chapter on modern semi-conductor sensors allows system designers to use the latest sensor ICs for real-world physical parameter sensing. *Covers the most recent low-power components *Written by an authority on power electronics *Includes extensive illustrations and reference

A complete self-paced course and quick reference for hobbyists, students, and beginning-level technicians. Chapter-ending tests help readers gauge their progress. New editions include information on computerized test equipment, laser diodes, VMOS transistors, logic family interfacing, new computer microprocessors, and Digital Audio Tape (DAT).

The aim of this book is to introduce students to the basic electrical and electronic principles needed by technicians in fields such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. The emphasis is on the practical aspects of the subject, and the author has followed his usual successful formula, incorporating many worked examples and problems (answers supplied) into the learning process.Electrical Principles and Technology for Engineering is John Bird’s core text for Further Education courses at BTEC levels N11 and N111 and Advanced GNVQ. It is also designed to provide a comprehensive introduction for students on a variety of City & Guilds courses, and any students or technicians requiring a sound grounding in Electrical Principles and Electrical Power Technology.

Ian Sinclair’s Practical Electronics Handbook combines a wealth useful day-to-day electronics information, concise explanations and practical guidance in this essential companion to anyone involved in electronics design and construction. The compact collection of key data, fundamental principles and circuit design basics provides an ideal reference for a wide range of students, enthusiasts, technicians and practitioners of electronics who have progressed beyond the basics. The sixth edition is updated throughout with new material on microcontrollers and computer assistance, and a new chapter on digital signal processing

Don’t spend time reading about theory, components and old ham radios – that’s history! Industry veteran, Louis Frenzel, gives you the real scoop on electronic product fundamentals as they are today. Rather than tearing electronics apart and looking at every little piece, the author takes a systems-level view. For example, you will not learn how to make a circuit but how a signal flows from one integrated circuit (IC) to the next and so on to the ultimate goal. This practical application-driven viewpoint and breadth of coverage is unprecedented. This book touches upon TV, audio, satellite, radio, wireless communication, and networking. All

Information-packed volume covering virtually every aspect of hobby and consumer electronics in language that is exceptionally clear, offering just the right amount of detail while featuring an abundance of illustrations and real-world examples. Articles are arranged alphabetically by topic, with extensive cross-references and a comprehensive index. The easiest-to-use and most complete popular electronics reference ever compiled.

knowledge necessary to appreciate the operation of a wide range of basic electronic circuits including amplifiers, logic gates, power supplies, timers and pulse generators. The coverage is ideal for students following formal courses such as GNVQ and is equally well suited to those who may be returning to study or studying independently. Little previous knowledge is assumed except GCSE maths.


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