The members here will try to answer any electronics/electrical engineering related question you ask. My advice would be: provide as much information as you can for your question, detail any work you have already done (this makes it easier for people to help you, but also reduces the chances of you being flamed for expecting everyone to do your work for you) and finally if you have 5+ questions don't ask them all at once, ask a couple at a time. Finally, keep it relevant and appropriate.Originally posted by goddard1824@Jun 17 2006, 08:41 PM
Hey everyone, I'm pretty new to electronics and I was wondering if anyone here could help me out and answer some of my questions. Hope you can help me!
Thanks A Lot,
Hi goddard1824,Originally posted by goddard1824@Jun 18 2006, 07:26 PM
Thanks a lot guys.
Well, to get started, I guess it would be wise to share with you what I know already. I am familiar with the very basics of electronic (ex. electrondevices, uses, Ohms Law, etc.) and my grandfather (who is an electronics engineer has helped me understand some further things. Though, he is an 80 year old Austrian man who has little patience (haha!), so it is kind of hard to get info out of him. Anyway, I know the basics theoretically, but I wouldn't know where to begin physically. Also, I know I may sound stupid at times (which I know I'll end up making some mistakes with terms and such), but I ask that you please don't get annoyed with me (haha!). I am around 15 years old, but I know I do not have enough mathematical experience yet to get into sophisticated electronics. So, before I have any questions at all, are there any things at all I should know before we start getting into "the good stuff"? To be more specific, I mean, are there any elementary and obvious things I should know before I get into circuit building?
And to Dave, yes, I know that I will not rely on you guys to build the circuits for me. Though, I KNOW that I will come up with a million questions (which, yes, I will post 2 at a time), so please do not get fed up with me. Also, perhpas when I need to get a better explanation of something, we could just private message each other.
hi goddard,Originally posted by goddard1824@Jun 19 2006, 07:00 PM
Thanks a lot guys, I'll check those laws out.
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