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Stan Gibilisco is a technical writer and editor with more than 30 years of literary experience. He has authored or co-authored more than 50 nonfiction books in the fields of electronics, general science, mathematics, and computing. One of his books, the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing (McGraw-Hill, 1995), was named as a "Best Reference of 1996" by the ALA. Stan is considered the "father" of the Demystified series, with more than 14 titles published.

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Very pleased with the format. 20. Oktober 2011
Von Mike in Missouri - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I found the format of the book great for learning. I am a mechanical engineer who wants to get a better grasp of electronics. Admittedly, I'm only through chapter 16 at the time of this review, however, I've learned a lot already. He presents the material in a very straight-forward way and doesn't attempt to cover too much material before he provides a quiz. I'm looking forward to completing the book. I may consider, after that, buying the book designed for experiments. But if the rest of the book is as good as it has been so far, I will be very pleased. Perhaps, I'm "dumber" than the last reviewer, but I found the presentation level to be perfect for me. I highly recommend the book!
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Decent Introductory Electronics Textbook 23. November 2011
Von Dr. Bojan Tunguz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is a very accessible and informative introductory book for people who want to learn more about the basics of electricity and electronics. It covers most elementary concepts and it provides a useful overview of the background theoretical material. It is a very readable and accessible textbook, so if you are completely new to these topics it will certainly help you get the basic ideas. However, it is a bit thin on examples and more hands-on electronics projects. Each chapter includes many multiple-choice questions, and each one has the answer in the back of the book. Unfortunately answers are not accompanied with explanations within the book, and the questions are not very advanced. They are more geared towards getting you familiar with the concepts and ideas than they require you to work out more involved problems. You can find more detailed answers at the author's website, but it would have been preferable to have those in the book itself

For the most part the text is very accessible and well written. The material is clearly explained, and there are multiple worked-out examples that aim to reinforce some of the concepts.

The book is well suited for someone who wants to pick up the basic theoretical electronics background on their own, but you will probably need to invest in some additional material (or even better video lectures) if you want to get solid hands-on ideas of how to apply some of the concepts. If I were to use this book in a class it would probably be as a supplementary material. Overall though, it is a very solid basic introductory textbook.

***** Review copy provided by the publisher. *****
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not for everyone but good book 4. November 2013
Von Voltron - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The cover is a bit misleading, thats why I gave it a four. This book is a question and answer type of book. Its like a math work book. If your looking to build projects this is not the book. I know the cover gives that impression, but that is not covered. The book is about the science/math behind electricity/electronics. I first learned electronics by getting a book where you actually build small projects, I eventually go the hang of building little projects and wanted to learn the science behind what I was doing in a q and A format and this book fit the bill since I was not lloking for a text book. Its not a text type book, so if you like things explained in detail, this is not the book. Over all not a bad book, but it may not be the best book for every one.
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Very Dissapointed 12. November 2013
Von Jason Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I do not understand why people think this book is great.
It is NOT a book for beginners to learn electronics in any way. It is more like a basic encyclopedia that gives you a brief description of a million topics.
The book does cover an incredible number of areas, most are NOT beginner subjects at all, but it only has one brief paragraph to cover a subject that should be a whole chapter.
The information given on most subjects is so brief, like an overview, that you will not understand the subject properly. The chapter covering linear and digital integrated circuits is only 8 pages! 8 pages for all linear and digital IC's! you don't learn anything.
For me, the few times they actually do try to really explain something, they do so in a confusing and complicated way, I would have no clue what they were trying to say if I hadn't read 2 other books.
When you get the book it is nice and big so you think it is going to be great, but most chapters are 6-8 pages and then 4 pages of quiz and the last 100 pages are quiz and index so only about 60% of the book is subject matter. The quizes are valuable for the most part.
For a hobbyist I think only the first half of the book is even relevant.
I am disappointed, I wanted to learn more about semiconductors, transistors, and ICs but this just had very little to offer here. It just tries to be to broad.
Like I said, for a reference book with basic info on a lot of subjects that other books do not cover, this is fine.
As a first book for "Teaching yourself Electronics"... Forget it. The first part starts out good but as soon as you get to semiconductors it changes to very short theory paragraphs and you don't learn enough to be useful. Every other book I have read on basic electronics is better. Sorry
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Great book. 3. Dezember 2013
Von Jason R Force - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I have a two year degree in electronics so this is a great review. There is a 20 question quiz at the end of every chapter, four section tests, and a final exam. I'm about 1/6 of the way through currently. I bought this to supplement my studying for my ETA cert. However, for a beginner, this may speed through things a bit too fast. At the price, though, it's hard to pass up even for a beginner. I believe I paid less than $20 for almost 700 pages of content. It's easy to read, also. If you are a beginner, you may want to try to find some reviews from beginners as well to see how they liked it.
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