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Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics

Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics

by Simon Monk, Stan Gibilisco
768 Pages · 2015 · 20 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
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Getting Started in Electronics
by Forrest Mims
128 Pages · 2015 · 12  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Getting Started in Electronics is the circuit designing, electrical engineering and electronics book which tells the basics of analog and components. Forrest Mims is the author of this impressive book. He has written various books and hundreds of articles to help the students. This is an ultimate book for all the students who are interesting in the information related to electronic circuits. Forrest takes the reader step by through every phase with the brief and latest information. There are hands on experience and practical advice for the newbies. Everything is clear, to the point and concise on the topic. It explains everything that you are interested in to know transistors, electricity, possessive components and circuits. Circuits are a widely built electrical component and this book will teach you how exactly to build it. Learn about the voltage, battery, and other electrical items. Discover the basic mistakes that newbies made while building a circuit. What not to do when you are picking a transistor? What are the basic principles that help you to build a fully functional circuit? Why choosing functional components is the first best technique to create a circuit. This is the ultimate book for all the students who wanted to know about electronics.
Make Electronics
by Charles Platt
352 Pages · 2015 · 16  MB · 10 Downloads · New!
The “Make Electronics: Learning Through Discovery, 2nd Edition” is a helpful book for the beginners of electronics students. Make Electronics is written by the author Charles Platt. Charles is a Contributing Editor and regular columnist for Make magazine, where he has written about electronics. He was a Senior Writer for Wired magazine and has written numerous computer books. Make Electronics is awesome for anyone starting off in electronics. There is a good amount of experiments to better your understanding of the basics. The pictures of this book are bright and sharp. This is the second edition, and Charles described the things that have been improved from the first edition. This book also has a lot of basic info for accommodating beginners, and a good brush-up course for more advanced people. It tells how to solder, identify resistors, install and use things like IC’s and LEDs without burning them out. Additionally, it tells the basic facts about electronic components, like what IC’s, LEDs, and capacitors are. There is information toward the end on how to program software for your own contraptions using Arduino, versatile and cheap software that is good for programming robots. In short, Make Electronics is a must-read book for all the electronics students.
Grob Basic Electronics
by Mitchel Schultz
1264 Pages · 2015 · 56 MB · 25 Downloads · New!
The “Grob Basic Electronics (Engineering Technologies & the Trades), 12th Edition” is written for newbie student pursuing a technical degree in Electronics Technology. Mitchel Schultz is the author of this book. Mitchel began his life journey in Memphis, Tennessee and has since called Texas, Colorado and Peru home. He holds his Bachelor of Science Primarily focused on media production, communication theory, and information mapping at the University of Texas at Austin. He has written numerous books and all of them are worth to read. This Grob Basic Electronics book has been refined, updated and made more student friendly. This text focuses on essential topics for the technician and all development of testing and trouble shooting skills. The presentation of this book is excellent if you are just starting out and want some extra information about various aspects of electronics and electrical history. The author teaches the reader like they are a newbie and don’t know any electronics, but it helps guide you through every step. It also has a thoroughly accessible introduction to basic DC and AC circuits and electronic devices. Grob Basic Electronics is written so beautifully that it engages readers from beginning to end of the page. All in all, Grob Basic Electronics is a classic book for all electronics students.
Computational Advancement in Communication Circuits and Systems
by Koushik Maharatna
414 Pages · 2015 · 60 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Computational Advancement in Communication Circuits and Systems by Koushik Maharatna: Proceedings of ICCACCS 2018” is a must-read book for the electronic undergraduate students. Koushik Maharatna is the author of this book. Koushik received his B.Sc. in Physics and M.Sc. in electronic Science from Calcutta University, India. He has served as a Technical Programmes Committee member in a number of prestigious IEEE conferences and is a member of the IEEE VLSI Systems Application Technical Committee. This book is very informative for electronics and communication engineering, and it also describes advanced computing, signal, and image processing. It based on previous years of exams, so it also helpful for the undergraduate students to clear the exam. Koushik Maharatna also has a lot of basic info for accommodating beginners, and a good brush-up course for more advanced people. It tells how to identify resistors, install, and use things like IC’s and LEDs without burning them out. To sum it up, Computational Advancement in Communication Circuits and Systems is a great book for electronics students.
The Invisible Rainbow
by Arthur Firstenberg
576 Pages · 2020 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Invisible Rainbow is the electricity principals, environmentalist, social aspects and electromagnetic book that tells the cons of electricity in our environment. Arthur Firstenberg is the author of this stunning book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. The modern society is on progress over the last 220 years. Society is changing with every coming day in terms of technology and every other thing. We all believe that electricity is good for our planet and humanity. Arthur is the journalist and the scientist who got facts and figures before he speaks. This book will tell them how electricity is affecting our lives and the planet. Arthur traces the history of electricity from the last two centuries and compares it with the present environment. How our world looks like before two centuries ago and how it changes to the present day. Arthur shares the list of environmental problems that people are facing such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Usually, we did not see the traveling of electric signals but it affects our mental performance. This is a comprehensive guide that takes the reader step by step to find out where humanity is heading by using electricity.
Fundamentals of Global Positioning System Receivers
by James Bao-Yen Tsui
352 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Fundamentals of Global Positioning System Receivers: A Software Approach” is an informative book that reveals how to use a GPS signal. James Bao-Yen Tsui is the author of this book. James is an electronics engineer at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. He has extensive experience in GPS receiver design for both civilian and military applications. In this book, the author gives a solid exposition of how to use a GPS signal. He explains how the signal is encoded and what you must do to extract the information. The content of this book is definitely targeted at the professional audience who is familiar with GPS and satellite communications. It has some MATLAB sample codes that describe some of the concepts in each chapter. GPS receivers are mostly used in everyday life to aid in positioning and navigation. This book also provides the tools and information needed to understand and exploit all aspects of receiver technology. After reading this book, you will know an overview of GPS basics and the constellation of satellites that comprise the GPS system. All in all, Fundamentals of Global Positioning System Receivers is a good introductory book on GPS.