Have you ever wanted to build your own electronic device? Put together a thermostat or an in-line fuse, or repair a microphone cable? This is the book for you! Inside you'll find the tools and techniques you need to build circuits, with illustrated, step-by-step directions to help accomplish tasks and complete projects.
As you accomplish the tasks throughout the book, you'll construct many projects while learning the key circuitbuilding principles and techniques. Find out about measuring and testing, maintenance and troubleshooting, cables, connectors, how to test your stuff, and more.
Discover how to:
About the author:
- Build electronic circuits from start to finish
- Prepare a project from schematics, then solder and test it
- Work from detailed do it yourself instructions with step by step illustrations
Ward Silver is an electrical engineer who’s been a licensed ham for 31 years. His ham radio call sign is N0AX. He is author of Ham Radio for Dummies
and contributing editor and columnist for QST
, the monthly magazine for ham operators published by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL--The national association for AMATEUR RADIO).
90 pages. © 2008, by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.