If you intend to design circuits for a hobby, self teaching is a viable option. For anything more, self teaching will be a source of continual frustration because you will lack an understanding of the fundamentals that comes from taking the traditional route.I want to know- how to figure out how to buils circuit?
Im not talking about pcb. I'm taking about how you move from idea to schematic?I build a lot of circuits on 0.1 inch per hole perf board. I buy graph paper with 0.1 inch squares.
A lot of work with a pencil before I insert any parts!
Pretty much what Wendy said in post #5
I have never gotten it completely right on the first try.
It's just so much more efficient to make your mistakes and improvements with a pencil.
Sorry what is the difference between components and devices here?How to turn the idea to circuit?
Draw the blocks and label the function into the blocks one by one, and using the arrows and line to connecting to the blocks together, the blocks can be as following:
1. A block represent a component.
2. A block represent a stage of circuit.
3. A block represent a device.
So now you can draw some big block diagrams as many devices, and using the arrows and line to connect them as a functional bigger device that you want, and then draw the stage of circuit into all blocks, different block has different circuit, and draw the components to be a circuit for all stages of circuits.
In my day - most people started with a crystal set, but more stations are switching to DAB so there's less stuff to tune into. There's still plenty of AM on SW, but the character of SW circuits conspire to make it harder to pull in enough signal.Hi
I want to know- how to figure out how to buils circuit?
I mean,how to know where to put every component in order to get what is required?
Is it trial and error process?
Is it possible to build simulation of the citcuit and see what's happen?
You do need that stuff - but it can be pretty dry reading at times.My advice is to learn the basics and do the math(nothing hard pretty much just the fundamentals...To begin with) But this is crucial.
It sure can. It makes your finger itch for some experimenting.You do need that stuff - but it can be pretty dry reading at times.
Well those college boys aren't going to build it by themselves(OK that was a bit below the belt since many/some of them have done so) But yes...I've seen plenty of college boys in my journey through industry - without people on the shop floor who can make sense of their technobabble; nothing gets built.
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