- Taschenbuch: 380 Seiten
- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons; Auflage: UK ed. (4. Dezember 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0470681780
- ISBN-13: 978-0470681787
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,8 x 2,2 x 23,2 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 2 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 210.351 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Electronics For Dummies: UK Edition (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. Dezember 2009
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Want to hook up your home theater system? Want to fix it so your garage band rocks the neighborhood? Want to solder the faulty wire on your old phonograph so you can play those 60s albums you've kept all this time? Whether you're a do-it-yourselfer , hobbyist, or student , this book will turn you on to real-world electronics. It quickly covers the essentials, and then focuses on the how-to instead of theory. It covers: fundamental concepts such as circuits, schematics, voltage, safety, and more; tools of the trade, including multimeters, oscilloscopes, logic probes, and more; common electronic components (e.g. resistors, capacitors, transistors); making circuits using breadboards and printed circuit boards; and, microcontrollers (implementation and programming).Author Gordon McComb has more than a million copies of his books in print, including his bestselling "Robot Builder's Bonanza and VCRs and Camcorders For Dummies". He really connects with readers! With lots of photos and step-by-step explanations, this book will have you connecting electronic components in no time! In fact, it includes fun ideas for great projects you can build in 30 minutes or less. You'll be amazed!Then you can tackle cool robot projects that will amaze your friends! (The book gives you lots to choose from.) Students will find this a great reference and supplement to the typical dry, dull textbook. So whether you just want to bone up on electronics or want to get things hooked up, souped up, or fixed up,...whether you're interested in fixing old electronic equipment, understanding guitar fuzz amps, or tinkering with robots, "Electronics For Dummies" is your quick connection to the stuff you need to know. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.
Get charged up about electronics
If you're interested in how things work and want to get hands on with technology, you've come to the right place. Covering everything from the low-down on the science and equipment to the practical information you need to build exciting projects, this easy-to-follow guide will get you up and running in no time. So get reading and start putting the electricity into electronics!
* Understand the basics - learn about electrons and find out about resistors, capacitors, inductors, conductors and more
* Make a start - set up your workspace, learn how to read schematics and build simple breadboards
* Get practical - create your own circuits and build fun projects such as electronic compasses, infrared detectors and electronic dice
* Stock up - find out which parts you need for every project and where to get them in the UK and overseas
Open the book and find:
* What electronics involves
* Ways to harness electricity
* How electronic components really work
* Advice on using integrated circuits
* Key tools and equipment for your workbench
* How to create solderless and soldered breadboards
* Ways to measure your circuits with multimeters and oscilloscopes
* Key safety information
* Top tips to help you succeed
wer allerdings schonmal einen Lötkolben richtig herum
in seiner Hand hatte interessiert sich wohl wenig für
Arbeitsplatzeinrichtung, Multimeteranschaffung, Bauteilebevorratung etc.
Der Schwerpunkt der vorgestellten Einsteigerprojekte liegt
auf Robotern, dafür allerdings gibt es selbst für Anfänger
besser geeignete Literatur.
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Unlike college text books (which I have recently used), it is not dependent on math, then more math. You can get through most of the book before having to fool with math, with most math being basic algebra. For basic component repair and hobby's, you'll rarely use math, so that is where this book excels.
The book teaches the reader about the individual components and how to identify them, what they do individually and how they work in conjunction with other components in a circuit, learning schematic and schematic symbols, using multimeters and other testing equipment. Again, this is what most of us want and need, not tons of math that would be needed if you were considering an "electrical design" path, but not needed otherwise.
Again, I recommend this book for anyone that is flirting with a career path or retirement income towards "electronic component repair" or just wanting to better understand how the components work.
I bought this for my granddaughter to provide the theory to go along with the practical experience of building simple circuits with the Snap Circuits kit. It seemed the best of the introductory texts I reviewed for this purpose.
I do not believe it is anyone’s opinion that after reading a “for Dummies” book they would master the subject, but I felt fully capable of understanding the context of the technical challenges and then perform my work understanding and quantifying for the finance department the resulting consequences. It still brings a smile to my face when I show to one of the engineers that I understand the basic concepts that they are dealing with and it has greatly helped me in my work. What else could a dummy ask for?