Want to learn electronics

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Frank Alli, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. Frank Alli

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    Good day,every body in the House.
    I want to learn electronic design. How do i start?
    I have very little idea of electrical/electronics devices.
    Thanks,and anticipate your reply.
     
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  3. kubeek

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    Read relevant topics on http://allaboutcircuits.com , especially some basics like ohm´s law, then H-bridge, relays.

    Edit: now I see it wasn´t the OP to who I replied, but rather some thread hijacker. But anyways Turk, read those if you don´t know them, they will surely help.
     
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  4. beenthere

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    Sorry this got a bit confused - I moved the hijacked posts to a new thread.
     
  5. Wendy

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    Get something like a 300 in 1 projects kit, the kind with the little springs for contacts. The manual that comes with it gives you various circuits, some of them you may want to build on a separate basis (I did). It gives you a good basis to build on.

    What part of the world are you at?
     
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  8. KL7AJ

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    "I want to learn electronic design."

    Our deepest condolences.




    Just kidding. You couldn't pick a more interesting job. Strange but interesting.

    Get thyself a copy of The ARRL Handbook and The Art of Electronics.
     
  9. mik3

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    Why you say that?
    Electronics are interesting, isn't it?
    What is strange?
     
  10. KL7AJ

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    R.F. designers have always been considered odd. :) I love it!

    eric
     
  11. diggler001

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    Frank, as the others mentioned, the "Book" that is this site is amazing in my opinion. I recently started in learning electronics and starting at Chapter 1 of "Vol1. DC" is the place to go. Everything is clearly explained and easy to follow. Two thumbs up!
     
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