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DIY Design Electronics Kit
can take years — or a few months with the
proper resources at your fingertips.
Electronic Troubleshooting is one of those
resources. Not only does it provide a
modest degree of handholding for readers
new to the myriad test equipment available
today, but the authors offer heuristics
developed from their years of practical
experience in the art of troubleshooting.
This is a good book for beginners.
Virtually all electronics
projects involve both
components and some
sort of mechanical
assembly. Often, it's
too easy to focus on the electronics and
forget about the mechanical systems.
Robot Builder's Bonanza, while focused on
robotics, provides a wealth of information
for every hobbyist who wants to integrate
hardware and software. If you work with
motors, sensors, and hardware platforms,
you owe it to yourself to add this reference
source to your bookshelf.
Editor Bryan Bergeron’s recommended reads.
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Build Your Own Electronics
by Thomas Petruzzellis
YOUR DREAM ELECTRONICS LAB
IS WAITING INSIDE!
everything needed to
put together a fully
From finding space to
stocking it with components to putting the
shop into action —
building, testing, and
troubleshooting systems — popular electronics author Tom Petruzzellis’ Build Your
Own Electronics Workshop has it all! And the
best part is, this book will save you money,
Reg$29.95 Sale Price $24.95
This great kit contains
everything you need to
learn the basics of
design. It contains all of
the most common
as well as a prototyping
breadboard for you to
get started right away.
The kit has over 130 parts!
No soldering is required and
the included 32 page
illustrated manual guides you
through each of the projects.
After you build all of the
projects, you can use the
parts for your
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Programming 8-Bit PIC
Microcontrollers in C
by Martin P. Bates
instructions on how
to program PICs in
C, with no prior
are present in almost
every new electronic
application that is
released from garage door openers to the
iPhone. With the proliferation of this
product more and more engineers and
engineers-to-be (students) need to
understand how to design, develop, and
build with them. Martin Bates, best-selling
author, has provided a step-by-step guide
to programming these microcontrollers
(MCUs) with the C programming language.
Op Amps for Everyone,
by Bruce Carter and Ron Mancini
Making PIC Microcontroller
Instruments and Controllers
by Harprit Sandhu
Harness the power
of the PIC
instruction from an
clear illustrations, and
Making PIC Microcontroller Instruments and
Controllers shows you step-by-step how to
design and build versatile PIC-based
devices. Configure all necessary hardware
and software, read input voltages, work
with control pulses, interface with
peripherals, and debug your results.
provides the theoretical
tools and practical
know-how to get the
most from these
versatile devices - this
new edition substantially
updates coverage for low-speed and
high-speed applications, and provides step
by step walkthroughs for design and
selection of op-amps and circuits.
88 July 2009
Audel Basic Electronics
by Paul Rosenberg
Answers at your fingertips.
Over the past hundred
technology - especially
digital - has transformed
our world. If you're in
the electrical trade or
studying to be, there's a
lot to learn and even
more to keep up with.
You need a directory of
the basics, with chapter
symbols and abbreviations, a glossary, and
more - one that's both study a guide and
N E W!
by Mike Rigsby
Construct a no-battery electric car toy that
uses a super capacitor, or a flashlight that
can be charged in
minutes, then shines for
24 hours. Written for
hobbyists, author Mike
Rigsby offers helpful
hints on soldering, wire
multimeter use. Each
project is described in
step-by-step detail with
photographs and circuit
diagrams. Includes websites listing,
suppliers and part numbers.