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Building Gadgets – Electronics for Dummies companion site

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The authors of Electronics for Dummies have a really good companion site for the their book (photos, articles, links, projects, resources, etc) check it out – “This site is intended as a resource for anyone interested in building electronics projects, including those covered in my book Electronics Projects For Dummies. The site contains:

  • A Sneak Peek at Electronics Projects For Dummies for those who haven’t yet bought the book.
  • Links to suppliers.
  • Links to datasheets for those looking for more information on the components used in the projects.
  • Links to electronics tutorials for those wanting a little (or a lot) more information.
  • Links to Web sites containing additional circuits and projects.
  • Links to discussion forums where you can talk to others about projects you are thinking about building.
  • A list of interesting books and magazines with links to Amazon.com or the publication Web site.
  • Articles on techniques or components you’ll find useful for building gadgets.”

BuildingGadgets.com – Link.

8 thoughts on “Building Gadgets – Electronics for Dummies companion site

  1. Hello,

    Would this book (electronics for dummies) help me learn enough to build a thermal cycler like the one in the HomeMade Molecular Genetics Article?

  2. Hello,

    Would this book (electronics for dummies) help me learn enough to build a thermal cycler like the one in the HomeMade Molecular Genetics Article?

  3. As a very new person to electronics I would love to have a tutorial on how to read a data sheet. Explinations would be helpfull on the abbreviations of the different voltages and currents for various types of devices. I would also like to find practical progects that teach different principals while reinforcing increasing abilities as progects grow in complexity. I would like to suggest progects like power supplies and biasing circuits etc to build increasing skills and learn basic concepts.

  4. As a very new person to electronics I would love to have a tutorial on how to read a data sheet. Explinations would be helpfull on the abbreviations of the different voltages and currents for various types of devices. I would also like to find practical progects that teach different principals while reinforcing increasing abilities as progects grow in complexity. I would like to suggest progects like power supplies and biasing circuits etc to build increasing skills and learn basic concepts.

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