From: Philip A. Marshall
Subject: Re: how to master electronics, use of transistor, op amp...?
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Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 06:37:49 GMT
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On Fri, 1 Nov 2002 00:14:09 +0800, "bene" wrote:
>I am just a beginner, I understand the basics
>However, when I comes to design?? I totally have no idea.
>Even when I look at a network of transistor, op amp...
>Sometimes, I dont get why it works
>I know it's all about experience, but is there any way to learn??
>How do you guys becomes professional?? I know there must be tough periods!!
>Would you share your experience?
If you want to do this as a career, I'd invest the time and money in a
better education. Personally, I chose the university route of doing
EE, though I know there's technical colleges that offer 2 year
diplomas in electronics. I haven't really looked into those programs
though, so maybe somebody else could comment on their usefulness?
Certainly I think that university gives you a wider education that
teaches you to learn new things, while a technical college teaches you
specific skills -- skills that may become obsolete quickly. I'm
horribly biased though :) I know that some employers will look more
favorably on a university degree, but that's not to say all employers
will, and if you already have another degree in addition to the 2
years electronics training I'm sure that could go just as far.
**waits for some guy with a technical diploma to flame me**