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Debug, Tweak and fine-tune your DIY electronics projects
This hands-on guide shows, step by step, how to build, debug, and troubleshoot a wide range of analog electronic circuits. Written by electronics guru Ronald Quan, Troubleshooting Electronic Circuits: A Guide to Learning Analog Circuits clearly explains proper debugging techniques as well as testing and modifying methods. In multiple chapters, poorly-conceived circuits are analyzed and improved. Inside, you will discover how to design or re-design high-quality circuits that are repeatable and manufacturable.
- An introduction to electronics troubleshooting
- Power sources, batteries, battery holders, safety issues, and volt meters
- Basic electronic components
- Diodes, rectifiers, and Zener diodes
- Light emitting diodes (LEDs)
- Bipolar junction transistors (BJTs)
- Troubleshooting discrete circuits (simple transistor amplifiers)
- Analog integrated circuits, including amplifiers and voltage regulators
- Audio circuits
- Troubleshooting analog integrated circuits
- Ham radio circuits related to SDR
- Trimmer circuits, including the 555 chip and CMOS circuits