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Electronics Projects For Dummies by Earl Boysen and Nancy Muir

Electronics Projects For Dummies 1st Edition pdf.


Contents :
Part I: Project Prep 
Chapter 1: Exploring the World of Electronics Projects 
Chapter 2: Safety First 
Chapter 3: Assembling Your Electronics Arsenal
Chapter 4: Running Down the Skills You Need  

Part II: Sounding Off! 
Chapter 5: Making Light Dance to the Music 
Chapter 6: Focusing Sound with a Parabolic Microphone 
Chapter 7: Murmuring Merlin  
Chapter 8: Surfing the Airwaves 

Part III: Let There Be Light 
Chapter 9: Scary Pumpkins 
Chapter 10: Dancing Dolphins  
Chapter 11: Controlling a Go-Kart Infrared Style 
Part IV: Good Vibrations 
Chapter 12: A Handy-Dandy Metal Detector 
Chapter 13: Sensitive Sam Walks the Line 
Chapter 14: Couch Pet-ato

Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 15: Ten Great Parts Suppliers 
Chapter 16: Ten Great Electronics Resources
Chapter 17: Ten Specialized Electronics Resources 
Glossary
Index

If you’ve caught the electronics bug, you’re ready to try all kinds of projects that will help you develop your skills while creating weird and wonderful gadgets. That’s what this book is about: providing projects that are fun and interesting as well as helping you find out about all kinds of electronic circuits and components.

Electronics Projects For Dummies is a great way to break into electronics or expand your electronics horizons. Here, we provide projects that allow you to dabble in using sound chips, motion detectors, light effects, and more. And all the projects are low voltage, so if you follow our safety advice, no electronics folks will be hurt in the process.

How This Book Is Organized?
Electronics Projects For Dummies is organized into several parts, starting off with some general information about safety and stocking your electronics workshop. Then we offer several parts with different types of projects, and finally conclude with the Part of Tens chapters with additional resources you might want to explore. This book also has a spiffy full-color photo spread of some of the circuits and finished products of several of the projects. Here’s the rundown of how this book is organized.

Part I: Project Prep
If you’re new to electronics, read through this part first. Even if you’re seasoned, humor us and read Chapter 2 about safety. Then use Chapters 3 and 4 to gather the parts and tools you’ll need and also bone up on some essential electronics skills, such as soldering and reading schematics.

Part II: Sounding Off!
This part contains the first set of projects, all involving sound in some fashion. Here you work on projects to make lights dance to music, create a parabolic microphone to pick up sounds at a distance, make a wizard that talks when you push his buttons, and create your own AM radio.

Part III: Let There Be Light
Electricity can produce light (as Thomas Edison could have told you), so here we show you how to work with light in a variety of ways. These projects use light to amuse or even make gadgets run. In this part, you light up a pumpkin by using a motion detector, create a light display that will make your next party rock, and build a go-kart that you direct by using an infrared remote control device.

Part IV: Good Vibrations
Some electronic gadgets do their thing when they sense vibrations. All the projects in this part depend on vibrations, including electrical, mechanical, or radio waves. Work through these projects to create a metal detector, a radio controlled vehicle that senses light and runs around a track, and a device that sits on your couch and raises a ruckus if your pet jumps on the cushion.

Part V: The Part of Tens
The chapters in this part provide the ever-popular For Dummies top-ten lists.

Use the recommendations here to explore some interesting suppliers of electronic parts and tools; get information or swap ideas about general electronics topics online or in print; or look into resources for more specialized interests, such as audio effects and robotics.

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