Basic Electronics Theory and Practice
I recently purchased this book about electronics and I feel like it was a good choice. It covers a lot of material including basic electricity, electronic components, and even robots. A lot of people like this book and it has been recommended by others.
I was looking for a book about electronics that would cover everything that someone would need to know to start building projects and being productive. I wanted to fill my large knowledge gaps and get up to speed. I wanted something that covers as much as possible while being presented in way that is easy to understand. My goal was to get to a point where I understand all of the components and how they are used to build circuits.
|3rd edition (June 19, 2020)|
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This book covers the a pretty good range of information. Here are the chapters:
- The Theory Behind Electricity
- How Electricity Works
- Currents and Circuits
- Tools of the Trade
- Shop Setup and Safety
- Power Sources and Power Supplies
- Getting to Work Soldering
- Constructing A Power Supply
- Digital Theory
- Integrated Circuits
- Motors and Controllers
- Electronic Communication
- Arduino: Building Your Robot
- Netduino: Building Your Robot
- Arduino: Getting Your Robot Moving
- Netduino: Getting Your Robot Moving
- Arduino: Adding Sensors to Your Robot
- Netduino: Adding Sensors to Your Robot
- Using Raspberry Pi in Your Electronics Projects
- Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things (IoT) for Electronics Projects
Here is a video I made about the book:
Here is a picture from the side. It felt like I should take a picture from this angle. It is a nice picture even though it doesn’t add any value.
Here is a picture of the back of the book. They give a general description of what you can expect to find inside.
Here is a picture of the barcode with ISBN number just in case this is useful for someone.
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