Simple Easy Method Tips Course to Understand Basic Electronics
Book number two is where you start using what you have learned so far. It is the practical part of learning. This is where the rubber hits the pavement!
Build up circuits with series and parallel resistors.
Series and parallel resistor networks form the basis of all circuits. Here we build some and briefly study their properties.
How to build a simple light emitting diode circuit.
By adding the LED to a series resistor circuit, we can now see how the circuit works. Adding lights to your circuit makes it a lot more interesting.
See How to Build a Simple Transistor Switch.
Controlling a lamp or a buzzer with a transistor opens the door to all possible design options.
Create an unusual charging capacity for a visual condenser.
It is helpful to be able to imagine how a capacitor works. With this circuit you can see the charge and discharge of a capacitor when trying to keep the applied voltage constant.
In this book are pictures showing the soldering of these circuits, as well as pictures of the solderless breadboard layouts, so you’ll see exactly how I do it.
“The magic learning effect happens when you build a real circuit and then you actually see that you are working!”
What is included in my complete introduction to the basic electronics?
In addition to the following two books, I’ve also added the following:
At the end of each chapter, one to nine in Book One, I have included review notes on all the important points in this chapter.