Thanks!Do you understand resistors, capacitors, and inductors?
If not look at the education section on this site. Start with DC circuits then AC circuits.
I will do that, thank you very muchI think you should approach this from two sides.
One is the fundamentals that @AlbertHall has suggested, this will give you a foundation in theory and the simple, practical circuits that ultimately make up everything electronic.
The other is from the systems side, that is, learning about the radios, servos, and MCUs, and batteries involved in practical RC cars, how they interconnect, and how they operate as individual and composite systems.
So, you can take each of those larger topics and research them (there is a lot of information on the web) so you have an idea of the bigger parts. I would also strongly suggest trying to build a basic RC vehicle from the lowest level parts you can manage. That is, to integrate your own system.
This will give you a reason to learn the parts, and even the fundamentals that is not abstract,
I want to fully understand how rc cars and other devices work but I don't have any electronic knowledge.
How should I start?
This is a very broad field even before you get to RC cars.I want to fully understand how rc cars and other devices work but I don't have any electronic knowledge.
How should I start?
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