Circuit Building FOR DUMMIES


Circuit Building FOR DUMMIES by H. Ward Silver In the early days of electrical experimentation, before “electronics” was even a word, there was no choice but to build one’s own circuits. Back then, circuits were all about motors, lighting, and simple control systems. They were built with hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers, and, yes soldering irons. Circuitbuilding was a full-body experience! For a time not so long ago, it seemed that actually building one’s own circuits was an activity that would go the way of AC-DC motor and knife switch. Electronic gadgets had become so inexpensive and easy to use, why should anyone bother to build anything more complicate than plugging cables together? The Internet and personal computer took building out of the physical world and into the realms of the network and cyberspace. That trend has reversed in recent years. People of all ages are rediscovering the thrill and satisfaction of learning-by doing. They’ve found that “lifting the hood” is just as much fun for electronics and circuits as developing a Web site or hooking up the latest gadget from the store. Not only just building, but modifying or “hacking” equipment, is providing hours of enjoyment, too! Contents at a Glance Introduction Part I: Working Basics for Electronic-ers Chapter 1: The Toolbox Chapter 2: Basic Techniques Part II: Building Circuits Chapter 3: Using a Solderless Breadboard Chapter 4: Building a Printed Circuit Board Chapter 5: Building a Prototype Chapter 6: Building from a Published Schematic Part III: Cables and Connectors Chapter 7: Terminals and Connectors Chapter 8: Wiring for Wireless Radio Chapter 9: Mastering Power Chapter 10: Audio and Sensitive Connections Part IV: Measuring and Testing Chapter 11: Meet the Test Equipment Chapter 12: Measurements That Test Your Circuits and Projects Part V: Maintaining Electronic Equipment Chapter 13: Who Let the Smoke Out? Chapter 14: Maintaining Your Cool (Stuff) Chapter 15: Getting a Charge Out of Batteries Chapter 16: Electronics in Motion Chapter 17: Getting Rid of Interference and Noise Part VI: The Part of Tens Chapter 18: Ten Circuit building Secrets Chapter 19: Ten Circuit First-Aid Techniques and Supplies
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