From: "Marc H.Popek"
Subject: Re: Seeking Interactive Electronics Tutorial
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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 01:14:58 GMT
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Be careful! hat sounds like enough knowledge to be dangerous :-)
wrote in message
> I am a technical writer with a fairly solid background (undergraduate)
> in physics and math. I am seeking a comprehensive, PC-based (i.e., MS
> Windows or Java based) interactive tutorial on electronics. The goal
> is not so much to be able to design circuits myself, as to be able to
> read circuit diagrams -- from transistor level, to gate level, to
> block level diagrams -- and have a pretty good understanding of what I
> am looking at and how it works.
> Ideally, there would be one, integrated, comprehensive tutorial
> starting at the level of DC and AC circuit analysis, working up
> through transistors, simple logic gates and simple analog circuits, up
> through a wide variety of high level analog and digital circuits (from
> amplifiers through radio receivers through a simple calculator, or
> even a microprocessor).
> If there is no one, integrated tutorial that covers all these, I'll
> take several separate ones that cover the territory. Any
> recommendations would be appreciated.
> Steve O.