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Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics


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Publisher:Tab Books, 1993



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Learning about electricity and electronics is easy with this well-illustrated guide for beginners. Assuming that readers have no technical or scientific background, Stan Gibilisco begins with the laws of atomic and molecular activity and progresses logically through the principles of direct and alternating current, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, resistance, reactance, and impedance. He also takes the mystery out of electronics equipment, explaining the purpose and use of power supplies, measuring devices, resistors, filters, diodes, semiconductors, transistors, amplifiers, oscillators, transformers, and more. Throughout, Gibilisco's instruction reflects the latest advances in analog and digital electronics.

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