How to Build and Use Electronic Devices Without Frustration, Panic, Mountains of Money, or an Engineer Degree (Hardcover)
Hobbyists, tinkerers, and professional engineers alike regard Stuart Hoenig's How to Build and Use Electronic Devices Without Frustration, Panic, Mountains of Money, or an Engineering Degree as the best hands-on, down-and-dirty electrical engineering handbook on the market. Setting pomp and pretense aside, Hoenig's clear writing and friendly instructions pierce the jargon and obtuse nomenclature of the electronics industry so you can jump right into the work. Written with warmth and wit, you'll feel as if the author is standing alongside you at your workbench as he explains each new concept. Intended for on-the-job use, each sentence sizzles with the sound of soldering-iron-on-sponge.
Covering everything from circuit theory to op-amp app-lications in biomedical procedures, How to Build and Use Electronic Devices will guide you through the design and operation of generators, multivibrators, circuit sources, filters, computer elements, and more You'll also learn about common op-amp problems and how to quickly and creatively solve them.
So break out your soldering iron, fire it up, and get cracking With this book you'll be an electrical whiz in no time