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How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic

How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic

by Michael Geier
416 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 18 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
My Inventions
by Nikola Tesla
52 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 28 Downloads · New!
The “My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla” is a great biography book of Nikon Tesla. This book is interesting and worth reading, so it will engage all the readers from first to end of the page. My Inventions has some great sections, like his prediction. He predicts the internet, TV, wrist two-way communicators and many other things that we take for granted now. He can easily find out the fault of electronics things, and solve it within a short time, such as radio, telephone, autoignition, alternating current power generation, television and much more. Tesla does offer golden glimpses into his life experience, revealing his vision of the world and the future. He was surely far from humble about his capabilities and his mission to benefit all of mankind with his unique gift. He also proved to have quite an entertaining sense of humor. In addition, this is a relatively short book, and well worth your effort to climb inside the mind of one of the most brilliant and technologically influential people in modern history. All in all, My Inventions is an interesting biography and worth read book for the readers.
The Invisible Rainbow
by Arthur Firstenberg
576 Pages · 2020 · 5 MB · 30 Downloads · New!
The Invisible Rainbow is the electricity principals, environmentalist, social aspects and electromagnetic book that tells the cons of electricity in our environment. Arthur Firstenberg is the author of this stunning book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. The modern society is on progress over the last 220 years. Society is changing with every coming day in terms of technology and every other thing. We all believe that electricity is good for our planet and humanity. Arthur is the journalist and the scientist who got facts and figures before he speaks. This book will tell them how electricity is affecting our lives and the planet. Arthur traces the history of electricity from the last two centuries and compares it with the present environment. How our world looks like before two centuries ago and how it changes to the present day. Arthur shares the list of environmental problems that people are facing such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Usually, we did not see the traveling of electric signals but it affects our mental performance. This is a comprehensive guide that takes the reader step by step to find out where humanity is heading by using electricity.
How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic, Second Edition
by Michael Geier
416 Pages · 2015 · · 27 Downloads · New!
“How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic, Second Edition”  is a fantastic book to anyone that has a basic understanding of electronics that are looking for the next step in understanding how to diagnose electrical problems. Michlael Geier is the author of this awesome and beautiful book. This is a really great book authoritative, interesting and well written. The author presents numerous topics including philosophy of why to repair broken electronics, the test equipment necessary to make the repairs and a basic guide to using each piece the common components that make up electrical circuits and how to identify and test them. This is a great book, practical and straight to the point. Great insight into the most common stuff, an excellent tool for a beginner. This book to anyone that has a basic understanding of electronics that are looking for the next step in understanding how to diagnose electronic problems. The section on oscilloscopes is excellent for beginners and experienced. Find this is a very clear and well-written book with an excellent overview and also a very detailed breakdown of electrical components and their many parts. We highly recommend this book to anyone that has a basic understanding of electronics that are looking for the next step in understanding how to diagnose electronic problems. Overall, “How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic” this book is an excellent resource and would make a great companion to a basic electronics instructional book.
VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability
by Shojiro Asai
800 Pages · 2015 · 41 MB · 27 Downloads · New!
The “VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability, 1st Edition” is a helpful book for those who are working on large scale projects. Shojiro Asai is the author of this instructive book. This book is very helpful and explains everything in depth. It consists of three main parts. Part one describes how electronic systems are designed and tested. Part two addresses numerous threats to the dependability of VLSIs as key systems components, including variation in device characteristics, electromagnetic interference, design errors, and tempering. Part three of this book elaborates on the design and test technologies for dependability in such applications as controls of robots and vehicles. Furthermore, VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability is very helpful for those students who are working on the design and testing of VLSI systems with particular attention to dependability. This book comes with a lot of ideas such as real-time responsiveness, simultaneity guarantee, redundant wireless system, and wireless connection between subsystems, redundancy considering time and operation progress. All in all, VLSI Design and Test for Systems Dependability is a helpful book for all the students who are working on electronics projects.
Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuit
by Anant Agarwal
1008 Pages · 2015 · 8 MB · 31 Downloads · New!
The “Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuit (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Architecture and Design) 1st Edition” is a helpful book for newbies and professionals of electronics students. The authors of this informative book are Anant Agarwal and Jeffrey Lang. This book engages all the electronics students from start to last page. Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuit combine two things, circuit and electronics into a single. They teach you about how circuits really work in the real world and what happens at failure etc. This book attempts to form a bridge between the world computer system and physics. The book clearly and concisely educates the reader not only in circuits, but in application of circuit theory to electronics, both analog and digital. The book is complete with solved exercises and answers to select chapter problems. The authors also provide an understandable explanation of the concepts presented. To sum it up, Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuit is an essential book for electrical students.
Fast Techniques for Integrated Circuit Design
by Mikael Sharing
252 Pages · 2015 · 14 MB · 38 Downloads · New!
The “Fast Techniques for Integrated Circuit Design, 1st Edition” is a great book that reveals all about circuit design. Mikael Sahrling is the author of this electronics books. He is Principal Engineer for ASIC design at Tektronix Inc. He has more than twenty years of experience in analog and mixed-signal circuit design. His special interest is in high speed active and passive design with a bandwidth of several tens of GigaHertz. In this book, Mikael teaches the reader how to design complex integrated circuits more quickly. Mikael guides you the basics of electronics, explains about digital and analog components.

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