It is very well written and easy to understand especially for beginners.
My recommendation to anyone wanting to learn basic electronics is to read this book and Forrest M. Mims III's "Getting Started in Electronics".
Many of the experiments in the book are about burning things out, taking things apart, and messing things up.... it is a great way to learn.
Amazing. I finally found a book that does more than talk about the components or the math. It guides you through putting them together to make your own devices.Published 17 days ago by jp
I have an electrical background and am an amateur radio licensee but I never really learned electronics beyond plugging things together. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert J McDuffee
If you want a book that will be an interesting book for an electronic hobbyist get How To Fix Everything Electronic by Michael Jay Geier. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Donald Riffle
Avery detailed and well-thought out introductory guide. This is a "lean by doing" text but also covers enough theory to help you move forward.Published 1 month ago by P D GARRETT