Free E Book Teach yourself electricity and electronics



Free E Book Teach yourself electricity and electronics



Author(s): Stan Gibilisco
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, Year: 2001
ISBN: 9780071377300,0071377301


Describe:


Learn the basics of computing, communications, robotics and entertainment with this introductory course in Electronics. The text provides a user-friendly, independent curriculum for study, complete with practical examples, enhanced learning illustrations, and self-test questions. Ideal for both hobbyists and students, this edition offers a simple circuit design, new information on wireless technologies, advanced applications in artificial intelligence, and more.



Introduction


This book is for people who want to learn basic concepts of electricity, electronics and telecommunications without attending an official course. It can also act as class text.

 This third edition contains a new article covering acoustics and sound High-precision robots and artificial intelligence.
I recommend that you start at the beginning of this book and go directly.

There are hundreds of test and test questions to enhance your knowledge and help Check your progress while working your way.

There is a short, multiple-choice test at the end of each chapter. You may (and Refer to the texts of the chapters when performing these tests.
 When you think you are Ready, answer the test, write your answers, and then give a list of your answers Friend. 
Ask your friend to tell you about your results, but not the questions you have wrong.

The answers are mentioned in the back of the book. Stick to the class until you get it Most of the answers are correct. Because you are allowed to view the text while Quizzes, questions are written so that you must think before writing Below is an answer. Some are somewhat difficult, but there are no trick questions.

This book is divided into four main sections: direct current, alternating current, basic electronics, advanced electronics and related technology.
 In the The end of each section is a multiple-choice test. Run these tests when you are finished
Sections concerned and took all of the chapter competitions. Do not look back Text when performing these tests.

 The satisfactory score is 37 correct answers. Again, the answers are in the back of the book.
There is a final exam at the end of the book. The questions are mostly practical Non-athletic, and somewhat easier than tests. final exam Contains questions drawn from all chapters. 

Take this test when you have finished all four sections, all four section tests, and all class tests. The satisfactory result is at least 75% of the correct answers.

With department and final exams, as in short quizzes, have a friend tell you Your score without letting you know the questions you missed. This way, you will Does not subconsciously memorize the answers. You may want to take a test two or three times. When you get a score that makes you happy, you can check it out See where your knowledge is strong and where it can use some reinforcement.

You don't have to have a mathematical or scientific background to use that Of course do it yourself. Algebra in secondary schools, engineering and physical sciences Will suffice. I gradually tried to introduce codes and symbols for that Be clear what you mean when you go. 
As it nears the end of this book, Assuming you've followed it all the time, you should be aware of most symbols Used in diagrams.

I advise you to complete one semester per week. It should be an hour a day More than enough time for that. This way, in less than nine months, you will complete the classroom. 
You can then use this book with its comprehensive index as a permanent reference.



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