2 Basic Breadboards
3 Power Sources: Batteries and Battery
4 Some Basic Electronic Components
5 Diodes, Rectifiers, and Zener Diodes
6 Light-Emitting Diodes
7 Bipolar Junction Transistors
8 Troubleshooting Discrete Circuits (Simple Transistor Amplifiers)
9 Analog Integrated Circuits Including
10 Audio Circuits
11 Troubleshooting Analog Integrated Circuits
12 Some Ham Radio Circuits Related to SDR
13 Timer, CMOS, and Motor Drive Circuits
14 Troubleshooting Other Circuits, Including
15 More Tips and Final Thoughts
This book on troubleshooting analog circuits is intended for the hobbyist, student, educator, or engineer. Because the subject is more into debugging or improving circuits, the book does not require the reader to have an engineering background.
Students who take electronics classes at the technician or engineering level may find this book useful. Some chapters will include basic electronics theory (with some high school algebra). However, we will not be looking for exact calculations when troubleshooting. Instead, approximations will be presented.
Hobbyists who read this book will not only learn troubleshooting techniques. They will also gain insight into why some circuits perform badly. Suggested circuit modifications will be offered to improve the performance of these types of circuits.
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