Lynda – Electronics Foundations Basic Circuits

Lynda – Electronics Foundations Basic Circuits
English | Size: 1.04 GB
Category: Tutorial

As is the case with many technical projects, it’s possible to assemble an electronic circuit without really understanding the different parts involved-you can just connect components together to match an electronic schematic. That said, in order to debug an existing circuit-or design your own-you have to actually understand how the individual electrical components work and how to use them together. In this course, join electrical engineer Barron Stone as he shares the knowledge and tools you need to learn exactly that. Barron demonstrates how to build basic circuits using resistors, capacitors, and inductors. He dives into how each component works and shows the common circuits that use them. He explains the difference between alternating current and direct current and how to use an oscilloscope to view electrical signals. Then, he demonstrates building passive filter circuits to remove unwanted frequency components from those signals. [Read more…]

O’Reilly – Electronics Cookbook

O’Reilly – Electronics Cookbook
English | Size: 8.59 GB
Category: CBTs

Arduino and Raspberry Pi have been the saviors of the worldwide Maker movement for many years now, giving electronics hobbyists and inventors an amazingly accessible and low-cost platform to build out their prototypes. In this video, the prolific hacker, author, and not-evil-at-all genius Dr. Simon Monk cooks up a batch of easy-to-follow lessons that will give all inventive souls the ingredients they need to start baking their own makings. Based on material from his book by the same title, this beginner-level course explains basic electronics theory and basic electronic components; shows you how to use the Raspberry Pi single board computer and the Arduino microcontroller/programming environment; and then demonstrates how you interface the Arduino/Raspberry Pi combo to a broad array of things (e.g., sensors, LEDs, power supplies, integrated circuits, amplifiers, RF device, etc.) that will allow your inventions to sense things, make sounds, emanate light, send out radio waves, and more. Want to make stuff? This video shows you how.
[Read more…]

Packt Publishing – Basic Electronics for Arduino Makers

Packt Publishing – Basic Electronics for Arduino Makers
English | Size: 6.27 GB
Category: Tutorial

Are you an Arduino maker, able to make things by following how-to guides and are confident with writing or modifying sketches, yet you are not so confident about things like calculating transistor currents, voltage drops and using capacitors as filters?You are not alone. I have been teaching Arduino and Raspberry Pi topics for years. During this time I have realized that while these platforms are great for helping you to start tinkering with electronics, you will not be able to truly enjoy their power until you have understood basic electronics
[Read more…]

Humble Book Bundle: Electronics and Make

Humble Book Bundle: Electronics and Make
English | Size: 4.17 GB
Category: DIY / Workshop

The power is in your hands. Are you longing to get on the grid? Let these Make: electronics books be your guide — they’ll energize beginners and seasoned makers alike!
Titles Included:
Best of Make: Volume 2: 65 Projects
Encyclopedia of Electronic Components: Vol. 1: Power Sources & Conversion
Encyclopedia of Electronic Components: Vol. 2: Signal Processing
Encyclopedia of Electronic Components: Vol. 3: Sensors [Read more…]

Everyday Practical Electronics 1998-2016

Everyday Practical Electronics 1998-2016
English | Size: 3.31 GB
Category: e-Books

Everyday Practical Electronics Magazine is the No. 1 UK magazine for hobby electronics enthusiasts everywhere. Each month’s issue is packed with practical constructional projects for the hobbyist, special features, advice and adverts from specialist electronics suppliers and more besides.
The entire collection from 1998 to 2016. Also some sourcecode and examples (different folder)
[Read more…]