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Electronics from the Ground Up:: Learn by Hacking, Designing, and Inventing (Inglês) Capa Comum – 11 jul 2016
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Ronald Quan (Cupertino, CA) is an RF circuits design engineer and holds more than 77 patents. He has worked at Ampex, Sony, Monster Cable, Portal Player, Hewlett Packard, and Macrovision, and is the author of Build Your Own Transistor Radios.
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So, the basic idea is the same as the first book; through fun experiments that start at the beginning with simple concepts, parts and circuits you do gain a great education in electronics. It's just greatly expanded from the first book which sticks more with RF and audio circuits, whereas this goes from basic components and schematics in the beginning, through simple circuits, test equipment, tools, construction techniques and experiments, then on to more and more advanced technologies - oscillators, amplifiers, etc. adding more and more components including active ones like transistors and even tubes(!), to then explaining theory behind all in more depth with High School level math, circuit analysis, mathematical analysis of circuits and experiments constructed, then on to hacking around with commercial circuits and re-purposing circuits for other uses, improving on them, patents, your own designs, troubleshooting your designs, and final conclusions.
Really a very very thoughtful thoroughly enjoyable dig into electronics with lots of helpful tidbits of information sprinkled throughout by someone with not only a lifetime of experience in the field, but also refining his teaching methodologies to make it all make sense to anyone at any level. Highly recommended.
I think I've purchases six copies so far because I keep giving away my latest copy to a friend or coworker that I know will benefit from having a copy at their bench or reading chair. Ron's earlier book on designing transistor radios is great companion text as well. I've been drawn to radio design and electronics since grade school. I wish I'd had these books back then.
Having said all of that, the value of this book is in building as many circuits contained in the book as you can.
A better recommendation for strict beginners is Electronics for Dummies, 3rd ed.