This combined text and lab manual covers the basics of electricity and electronics theory. Thoroughly revised, it is designed as an introductory course for electronic service technicians. It also is well suited for use in technical schools and two-year colleges as a principal lab manual in the typical basic courses that last two or three semesters or quarters. Emphasis is always placed on the commonsense manner of understanding or troubleshooting circuitry. Experiments, which use commonly available components, have been written in a down-to-earth style so that students can grasp the most fundamental concepts. Experimental procedures require students to think and make decisions. Summaries, self-tests, and questions are strategically placed throughout the text.Most schematic symbols have been standardized throughout the electronics industry in the United States and will be the same regardless of the circuit diagram in which they appear. The service technician must be able to recognize anbsp;...
|Author||:||Paul B. Zbar, Joseph Sloop|
|Publisher||:||Career Education - 1993-02-01|