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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by nobody, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. nobody

    nobody Guest

    Hey,

    I want to familarise myself with electronics. I am pretty good with
    computers but not with electronics. Can anyone recommend some good sites
    or a good way to self-teach myself? I really need to learn from scratch.

    TIA
     
  2. Guest

    You have heard of books, right? There are about 100,000 to choose
    from. I suggest you head straight for your public library and ask the
    librarian for help.

    m

    --
    "Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in
    pursuit of the goal." - Friedrich Nietzsche

    http://annevolve.sourceforge.net is what I'm into nowadays.
    Humans may write to me at this address: zenguy at shaw dot ca
     
  3. PAISIOS

    PAISIOS Guest

    Book by Albert Paul Malvino, Ph.D.EE Stanford University:ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES,
    6th Edition, Editor: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.
     
  4. Vedran

    Vedran Guest

  5. fpd

    fpd Guest

    That other fella was a bit of a jerk.

    Yes, you can get books, and that is a tried-and-true (and advised) way to
    learn, but you can also do it the 'free' way. Google for 'tutor' and
    'electronics' There are hundreds of sites. Also, try the
    'sci.electronics.basics' news group.
     
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