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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by john, Oct 6, 2003.

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  1. john

    john Guest

    i'm looking for a book on electronics that explains the subject in
    somewhat laymans terms with out all the math and mumbo jumbo.

    a book that will break down a circuit and explain each component and
    the reason for it in the circuit.

    most books on this subject make my head spin and i'm more confused
    after reading the book then before.

    am i the only one that feels this way?

    it's my belief that most of these authors try dazzling the reader with
    brillance - but end up baffling them with bullshit. IMO

    thanks john
  2. Squid

    Squid Guest

    I am currently reading "Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity
    and Electronics" By G. Randy Slone - ISBN: 0-07-136057-3

    It is one the most straight forward and basic books I have com across so
    far. It does contain some math but he simplifies it to a point where anybody
    can understand it.
  3. You should read "Electronic Principles" by Albert Paul Malvino, McGraw Hill.

    Very basic with least mathematics.

    Animesh Maurya
  4. MinD

    MinD Guest

    take a look at the Radio Shack books. Radio Shack has a whole
    collection of electronic books.
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