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´This is teaching at its best!´
--Hans Camenzind, inventor of the 555 timer (the world´s most successful integrated circuit), and author of Much Ado About Almost Nothing: Man´s Encounter with the Electron (Booklocker.com)
´A fabulous book: well written, well paced, fun, and informative. I also love the sense of humor. It´s very good at disarming the fear. And it´s gorgeous. I´ll be recommending this book highly.´
--Tom Igoe, author of Physical Computing and Making Things Talk
A ´magnificent and rewarding book. ... Every step of this structured instruction is expertly illustrated with photos and crisp diagrams. . . . This really is the best way to learn.´
--Kevin Kelly, in Cool Tools
The first edition of Make: Electronics established a new benchmark for introductory texts. This second edition enhances that learning experience.
Here you will find unique, photographically precise diagrams of breadboarded components, to help you build circuits with speed and precision. A new shopping guide and a simplified range of components, will minimize your investment in parts for the projects. A completely new section on the Arduino shows you how to write properly structured programs instead of just downloading other people´s code. Projects have been reworked to provide additional features, and the book has been restructured to offer a step-by-step learning process that is as clear and visually pleasing on handheld devices as it is on paper. Full color is used throughout.
As before, Make: Electronics begins with the basics. You´ll see for yourself how components work--and what happens when they don´t. You´ll short out a battery and overheat an LED. You´ll also open up a potentiometer and a relay to see what´s inside. No other book gives you such an opportunity to learn from real-life experiences.
Ultimately, you will build gadgets that have lasting value, and you´ll have a complete understanding of how they work. From capacitors to transistors to microcontrollers--it´s all here.
Hans Camenzind, inventor of the 555 Timer (the world´s most successful integrated circuit chip), said that ´This is teaching at its best!´ when he reviewed the first edition. Now the second edition offers even more!
Chapter 1The Basics
Necessary Items for Chapter One
Experiment 1: Taste the Power!
Experiment 2: Let's Abuse a Battery!
Experiment 3: Your First Circuit
Experiment 4: Variable Resistance
Experiment 5: Let's Make a Battery
Necessary Items for Chapter Two
Experiment 6: Very Simple Switching
Experiment 7: Investigating a Relay
Experiment 8: A Relay Oscillator
Experiment 9: Time and Capacitors
Experiment 10: Transistor Switching
Experiment 11: Light and Sound
Chapter 3Getting Somewhat More Serious
Necessary Items for Chapter Three
Experiment 12: Joining Two Wires Together
Experiment 13: Roasting an LED
Experiment 14: A Wearable Pulsing Glow
Experiment 15: Intrusion Alarm, Part One
Chapter 4Chips, Ahoy!
Necessary Items for Chapter Four
Experiment 16: Emitting a Pulse
Experiment 17: Set Your Tone
Experiment 18: Intrusion Alarm (Almost) Completed
Experiment 19: Reflex Tester
Experiment 20: Learning Logic
Experiment 21: A Powerful Combination
Experiment 22: Race to Place
Experiment 23: Flipping and Bouncing
Experiment 24: Nice Dice
Chapter 5What Next?
Tools, Equipment, Components, and Supplies
Customizing Your Work Area
On the Bench
Reference Sources Online
Experiment 25: Magnetism
Experiment 26: Tabletop Power Generation
Experiment 27: Loudspeaker Destruction
Experiment 28: Making a Coil React
Experiment 29: Filtering Frequencies
Experiment 30: Make It Fuzzy
Experiment 31: One Radio, No Solder, No Power
Experiment 32: Hardware Meets Software
Experiment 33: Checking the Real World
Experiment 34: Nicer Dice
Chapter 6Tools, Equipment, Components, and Supplies
Searching and Shopping Online
Checklists of Supplies and Components
Buying Tools and Equipment