Practical Electronics

A Guide to Understanding and Creating Electronic Circuits.

The aim of this book is to teach you simple analogue and digital electronics at a practical level. For the in-depth theory of electronics, please read the Electronics Textbook. By the end of this book, you should be able to combine circuit elements to create more complex circuits, and have an understanding of how it works. To begin, you need just basic knowledge of high-school mathematics and physics, common tools and and piece of enthusiasm.

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Sections Chapters and subchapters (icons show the completion)


How to begin? What I do need to have and know?

What you need to have

Basic Theory

Simple components

Introduction to linear, passive components.

Semiconductor components

Nonlinear semiconductor components and examples of circuits, of course.

Circuits Analysis

We are going to learn circuits and how to analyses it

Alternating current

Properties and circuits concerning the current varying in time

Integrated circuits

Work with obscure and mighty IC's

  • Logic Families

Complex Systems

From what we learned earlier, we can build these amazing systems


Memory Devices

Test Equipments

We can learn more about test equipment that are used frequently in electronic project


Useful info that didn't pass elsewhere

Further reading edit