Make: Electronics: Learning by Discovery

Make: Electronics: Learning by Discovery

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By (author) Charles Platt

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  • Publisher: Maker Media
  • Format: Paperback | 350 pages
  • Dimensions: 202mm x 246mm x 18mm | 800g
  • Publication date: 5 January 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Sebastopol
  • ISBN 10: 0596153740
  • ISBN 13: 9780596153748
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations (chiefly col.), ports.
  • Sales rank: 8,825

Product description

If you want to learn how to build things with electronics, get a hold of this hands-on book. With this practical introductory guide, you'll learn important concepts while you work on real projects. And you'll pick up basic electronics tips and techniques from an expert who makes it easy, entertaining, and fun. You get complete step-by-step instructions for each project, easy-to-follow circuit diagrams, helpful full-color photographs, and engaging explanations of the principles behind what you're building. "Make: Electronics" is for beginners as well as people with intermediate skills who want to learn more - an ideal gift for any student or hobbyist.

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Author information

Charles Platt is a former science fiction writer (his best known book is probably The Silicon Man) who switched to journalism and became a senior writer for Wired magazine. Currently running a small R&D business in Florida, Platt pursues portrait photography as a spare-time interest, and is a longtime fan of Hong Kong martial arts movies. His favorite show is Viva La Bam on MTV. His interest in MAKE-ing gadgets began when he build a tic-tac-toe computer from telephone relays in 1966. Charles is a regular contributor to MAKE and is a well-known name to MAKE readers.

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"Wer fortgeschrittenen Projekte angehen möchte, muss zumindest das kleine Einmaleins der Elektronik beherrschen. Hier setzt Charles Platt mit einer ungewöhnlichen Herangehensweise an: Anfängern ohne Vorkenntnisse vermittelt er Grundlagen, indem er ihnen nicht nur zeigt, wie elektronische Bauelemente funktionieren, sondern auch, wie sie sich schnell und gründlich zerstören lassen. [...] Die unzähligen Farbfotos, Zeichnungen und Diagramme machen das Lernen und Basteln zu einem Vergnügen." - c't, Februar 2010