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Teach yourself electricity and electronics

3rd ed.
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This edition published in by McGraw-Hill in New York.

Written in English

727 pages

In introductory electronics, Stan Gibilisco wrote the book. The gifted writer/teacher's TEACH YOURSELF ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS is your best choice for clarity, completeness, and up-to-date coverage.* The best-selling electronics introduction, offering a user-friendly independent study approach The quickest way to learn the hows and whys behind computing, communications, robotics, entertainment devices, and the force that makes them work Uniquely thorough coverage, ranging from dc and ac concepts and circuits to semiconductors and integrated circuits Starts at the beginning and takes you through advanced applications such as wireless and artificial intelligence Packed with more than 500 learning-enhanced illustrations, practical examples, and self-quizzes and tests Helps you solve current-voltage-resistance-impedance problems and make power calculations Teaches simple circuit design and optimization of circuit efficiency Theory behind advanced audio systems and amplifiers for live music Features practical new information on wireless technologies, computers, the Internet, and more Perfect for students studying alone or in a class Great for preparing for licensing exams Referenced by thousands of students and professionals Written by a popular author whose name is synonymous with clarity and practical sense

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Cover of: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
2006, McGraw-Hill
Electronic resource in English
Cover of: Teach yourself electricity and electronics
Teach yourself electricity and electronics
2002, McGraw-Hill
in English - 3rd ed.
Cover of: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
August 24, 2001, McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics
Paperback in English - 3 edition
Cover of: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
2001, McGraw-Hill
E-book in English
Cover of: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics
August 24, 2001, McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics
in English
Cover of: Teach yourself electricity and electronics
Teach yourself electricity and electronics
1997, McGraw-Hill
in English - 2nd ed.
Cover of: Teach yourself electricity and electronics
Teach yourself electricity and electronics
1993, Tab Books
in English - 1st ed.

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Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics

First published in 1993



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In introductory electronics, Stan Gibilisco wrote the book. The gifted writer/teacher's TEACH YOURSELF ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS is your best choice for clarity, completeness, and up-to-date coverage.* The best-selling electronics introduction, offering a user-friendly independent study approach The quickest way to learn the hows and whys behind computing, communications, robotics, entertainment devices, and the force that makes them work Uniquely thorough coverage, ranging from dc and ac concepts and circuits to semiconductors and integrated circuits Starts at the beginning and takes you through advanced applications such as wireless and artificial intelligence Packed with more than 500 learning-enhanced illustrations, practical examples, and self-quizzes and tests Helps you solve current-voltage-resistance-impedance problems and make power calculations Teaches simple circuit design and optimization of circuit efficiency Theory behind advanced audio systems and amplifiers for live music Features practical new information on wireless technologies, computers, the Internet, and more Perfect for students studying alone or in a class Great for preparing for licensing exams Referenced by thousands of students and professionals Written by a popular author whose name is synonymous with clarity and practical sense

Teach yourself electricity and electronics

3rd ed.

This edition published in by McGraw-Hill in New York.


Table of Contents

pt. 1: Direct current. Basic physical concepts ; Electrical units ; Measuring devices ; Basic DC circuits ; Direct-current circuit analysis ; Resistors ; Cells and batteries ; Magnetism
pt. 2: Alternating current. Alternating current basics ; Inductance ; Capacitance ; Phase ; Inductive reactance ; Capacitive reactance ; Impedance and admittance ; RLC circuit analysis ; Power and resonance in AC circuits ; Transformers and impedance matching
pt. 3: Basic electronics. Introduction to semiconductors ; Some uses of diodes ; Power supplies ; The bipolar transistor ; The field-effect transistor ; Amplifiers ; Oscillators ; Data transmission ; Data reception ; Integrated circuits and data storage media ; Electron tubes ; Basic digital principles
pt. 4: Advanced electronics and related technology. Acoustics, audio, and high fidelity ; Wireless and personal communications systems ; Computers and the Internet ; Robotics and artificial intelligence.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Library of Congress
TK7819 .G38 2002, TK7819 .G38 2002

The Physical Object

Pagination
xx, 727 p. :
Number of pages
727

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OL18278528M
Internet Archive
teachyourselfele00gibi
ISBN 10
0071377301
ISBN 13
9780071377300
LC Control Number
2001045265
Library Thing
487992
Goodreads
749218

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