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Learn the basics of electronics and start designing and building your own creations
This follow-up to the bestselling Practical Electronics for Inventors shows hobbyists, makers, and students how to design useful electronic devices from readily available parts, integrated circuits, modules, and subassemblies. Practical Electronic Design for Experimenters gives you the knowledge necessary to develop and construct your own functioning gadgets. The book stresses that the real-world applications of electronics design--from autonomous robots to solar-powered devices--can be fun and far-reaching.
- Design resources - Prototyping and simulation - Testing and measuring - Common circuit design techniques - Power supply design - Amplifier design - Signal source design - Filter design - Designing with electromechanical devices - Digital design - Programmable logic devices - Designing with microcontrollers - Component selection - Troubleshooting and debugging
About the Author
Louis E. Frenzel, Jr. has over 25 years of experience in the electronics industry. He has been a contributing editor for Electronic Design magazine and contributing editor for Nuts & Volts. Lou is the author of over 20 books, including Principles of Electronic Communications Systems, Fourth Edition; and Contemporary Electronics: Fundamentals, Devices, Circuits, and Systems, Experiments Manual for Contemporary Electronics.