Новейшие технологии в электронике: дома, на даче, в автомобиле
2013
В книге приведены перспективные, оригинальные и простые в исполнении практические схемы с применением популярных микросхем серий К561, КР1006, МЕ556 и многих других. Описанные устройства могут принести практическую пользу дома, на даче, в автомобиле и легко могут быть изготовлены самостоятельно, без применения специального оборудования и с использованием минимума измерительных приборов. Часть устройств разработана и испытана специально для использования в условиях сельской местности, где напряжение в осветительной сети и телефонной линии не всегда стабильно. Эти устройства призваны защищать бытовые электроприборы и компьютерную технику от перепадов напряжения, а также от грозовых разрядов.
Electronics with discrete components
2013
This text is designed for a one-semester course on electronics. Its primary audience is second-year physics students, but it can include students from other disciplines or levels who understand elementary notions of circuits and complex numbers. Most physics programs, especially those in liberal arts colleges, can afford only a one-semester course in electronics. Electronics is a vital part of a curriculum because it trains students in a basic skill of experimentation. With this knowledge, students can design circuits to manipulate electronic signals or drive mechanical devices. An electronics course also gives students a basic understanding of the inner workings of electronics instruments. Thus, an electronics course prepares students for advanced laboratories and, ultimately, experimental research.
Practical Raspberry Pi
2013
Practical Raspberry Pi sounds more like a math book than something you voluntarily pick up to read for fun. Luckily for you, there will not be much math content and it will be fun. So what is Practical Raspberry Pi all about? It’s about simple day-to-day projects—ones that are fun, functional, and for everyone to do—for your Raspberry Pi. I would hope that you would have some idea of Linux; any distribution is okay and I will cover a few different operating systems in this book anyway. If you feel a little uncomfortable with Linux or the Raspberry Pi is your first Linux machine, I urge you to read over Peter Membrey’s Learn Raspberry Pi with Linux. I also hope you can tell the hot end of a soldering iron from the cold end, even though you don’t need to be a soldering expert for the projects in this book. By now you should have at least one operating system installed on your Pi; if you don’t, not to worry because it will be one of your first tasks in this book. So what makes the Pi something you hunger for? Everyone loves cheap hardware and I love all hardware, no matter how old or obscure. The Pi is a very capable little machine; also for hardware projects, it’s not bad! You could get more on the hardware side out of an Arduino but the Pi offers something more than just hardware. It’s not just one slice of the computing world: it’s the whole pi. From hardware-level projects to software-level projects you have it all in front of you with the Pi. So you have a world of opportunities. For example, you could carry around the Pi with you or set it up inside your house as an IP-enabled power switch.
Arduino Workshop
2013
The Arduino is a cheap, flexible, open source microcontroller platform designed to make it easy for hobbyists to use electronics in homemade projects. With an almost unlimited range of input and output add-ons, sensors, indicators, displays, motors, and more, the Arduino offers you countless ways to create devices that interact with the world around you. In Arduino Workshop, you’ll learn how these add-ons work and how to integrate them into your own projects. You’ll start off with an overview of the Arduino system but quickly move on to coverage of various electronic components and concepts. Hands-on projects throughout the book reinforce what you’ve learned and show you how to apply that knowledge. As your understanding grows, the projects increase in complexity and sophistication.
Arduino in Action
2013
Arduino in Action is a hands-on guide to prototyping and building electronics using the Arduino platform. Suitable for both beginners and advanced users, this easy-to-follow book begins with the basics and then systematically guides you through projects ranging from your first blinking LED through connecting Arduino to devices like game controllers or your iPhone.
Circuit Analysis: Theory and Practice
2013
This textbook is written primarily for students in electronics technology and electrical technology programs, engineering programs, and industrial training programs at colleges, universities, and career schools and in industry. Its goal continues to be to meet the training needs of today’s students, their professors, and their instructors as it has throughout its four previous editions. An introductory circuit analysis textbook, it covers fundamentals of dc and ac circuits, methods of analysis, capacitance, inductance, magnetic circuits, basic transients, Fourier analysis, and other topics. When students successfully complete a course using this book, they will have a good working knowledge of basic circuit principles and a demonstrated ability to solve a variety of circuit-related problems.
Basic Electronics for Tomorrow’s Inventors
2013
If you are reading this book, you might be a newcomer to electronics who wants to understand the basics so that you can create some interesting circuits. Or you may have already dabbled in the art of electronics and you want to learn some more. Either way, this book will be useful to anyone who is interested in learning about electronics, and it also aims to be a useful resource for electronic hobbyists of all ages and ability levels. Younger readers might find it useful to have an adult around to help them to get started; however, the circuit diagrams and detailed close-up photographs contained in each chapter make it really easy to follow and build the experiments. The projects and experiments contained in each chapter use inexpensive, readily available electronic components that you can buy from local electronics stores and many electronic suppliers on the Internet. Also, you don’t need to be an expert at soldering to build these experiments, because no soldering is required! All the projects and experiments use breadboard, which creates a “plug-and-play” environment for you to build your electronic circuits.
Азбука установщика: Информационно-справочное издание по установке автосигнализаций
2013
Первое в России издание такого рода призвано повысить уровень начинающих установщиков автосигнализаций, а также закрепить знания опытных мастеров. Содержит сведения об установке автомобильных охранных систем, начиная с элементарных законов физики и заканчивая технологиями соединения проводов при установке дополнительных электронных компонентов в автомобиль и маркировкой электронных компонентов. Книга написана максимально простым и доступным языком.
Самоучитель игры на паяльнике
2012
Книга называется «Самоучитель игры на паяльнике», но постарайтесь не обращать внимания на название книги. В самоучителе игры на гитаре больше внимания уделено музыкальной грамоте, чем тому, как «тронуть гитарную струну». Суть радиолюбительства не в виртуозном владении паяльником, а в желании понять «Как оно устроено?», в естественном любопытстве и стремлении сделать что-то своё. Когда на этот остов добавляются знание и практика, любопытство превращается в любознательность, а радиолюбительство становится прекрасным занятием, способным не только развлечь вас в часы досуга, но обогащающим вас опытом, который поможет вам в работе, какую бы профессию вы себе не выбрали. В любой профессиональной деятельности много схожего в подходах и путях поиска решений. Овладеть этим и означает овладеть профессией.
Complete Electronics: self-teaching guide with projects
2012
Complete Electronics Self-Teaching Guide with Projects is for anyone who has a basic understanding of electronics concepts and wants to understand the operation of components found in the most common discrete circuits. The chapters focus on circuits that are the building blocks for many common electronic devices, and on the very few (but important) principles you need to know to work with electronics. The arrangement and approach is completely different from any other book on electronics in that it uses a question-and-answer approach to help you understand how electronic circuits work. This book steps you through calculations for every example in an easy-to-understand fashion, and you do not need to have a mathematical background beyond first-year algebra to follow along.