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Looking for a good electronic book for automechanic!

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by learner, Dec 8, 2003.

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  1. learner

    learner Guest


    I'm taking automotive mechanic source in a college.
    The text book I have for the course doesn't have explain about
    electronics well.
    It only introduce about Ohms law and the basic stuff.

    I'm looking for a electronic books that explains about complex
    circuits not too complex. For example, the series series, parellel
    plus series.
    In addition, it would be nice if it explains the symbols of shematic.

    Thanks for reading.
  2. Ben Moss

    Ben Moss Guest

    Try to find a copy of the ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications.
    It's intended for amateur radio operators, but has lots of information
    about electronics in general. It certainly has all of the standard
    schematic symbols, explanations of standard components, adding
    components in series and parallel, etc. Check your local library to
    see if they have a copy - mine does.
    Hope that helps.
    -Ben Moss
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