A Practical IntroductionBook - 1983
Electronics: A Practical Introduction is designed to provide entry-level students with the skills and theory they need to embark on a wide variety of career and interest paths. Section I emphasizes the development of the physical and mental skills that will enable students to be successful in later studies or early hobby pursuits. These same skills will also prove useful in many related fields. Students are encouraged to select, construct and test classroom-proven student projects once they have mastered basic safety and hand tool knowledge. These projects then serve as the student's focal point in the book, functioning both as a motivational tool and as an important learning medium.
Publisher: Toronto : Wiley, c1983.
Edition: SI metric.
Characteristics: vii, 248 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.