Basic Electronics and Circuitry

by Little Green Apples Publishing, LLC ™

Publisher: Little Green Apples Publishing, LLC

Publication Date: July 11, 2016

ISBN: 9781634263290

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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This edition of Study Briefs for Basic Electronics and Circuitry is useful for a beginner’s introduction or an experienced user’s quick refresher. It explains basic electronic components and symbols, circuit theories, and other modern electronics fundamentals. A description of must-have tools, meters, and testing instruments is included. Sample projects that a beginner or hobbyist might enjoy trying are a bonus feature. A listing of helpful online resources for further investigation and study are provided. Some of the topics covered are: Ohm’s Law, power formula, voltage source, current flow, electromagnetism, and electronic components:  resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers, transformers, and integrated circuits. The section on Circuit Basics reviews Kirchoff’s Circuit Laws, Direct Current (DC) and Alternating Current (AC). The differences between Series DC, Parallel DC, and Series-Parallel circuitry are discussed, including equations needed to compute total resistance. An overview of modern electronics highlights work with modular electronics such as processors, computers, and other input/output (I/O) devices with sample block diagrams and schematics.  This Study Brief is perfect for an occasional reference or the kick start you need to further your interest in Basic Electronics or Circuitry. Study Briefs are concise and visual academic outlines that help students and professionals master key concepts quickly and accurately. Don’t spend your valuable time researching on multiple websites, paging through books or investigating reference sources. Our experts have done the research for you! Compiled in one convenient guide, you will find up-to-date and reliable sources presented in a visual and easy to follow format for everyday use. Choose from our ever-growing library of need-to-know topics in the following subject categories: Business, Math, Reference, Science, Language, History and Technology!