Subject: Re: Learning electronics with LabView
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 01 Jan 2003 01:31:02 EST
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 22:38:42 -0800
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> I am interested in learning LabView, and at the same time learning
> electronics by using LabView. There are several books I have found on
> the market which teach electronics using LabView, but these all seem
> to require that the student have actual electronics on a lab bench;
> and a special card inside the PC to connect to the electronics.
> I am looking for a book, with accompanying software, that includes not
> only LabView (or a student version of LabView), but also a simulation
> of electronic circuits. The idea is that the student should be able
> to design an electronic circuit using virtual components on screen,
> and then monitor the circuit's behavior using LabView. Can anyone
> recommend any book like this?
> Steve O.
hmm.. not that i know of. Software is alright for simulating circuits most
of the time but i've run into countless errors when using programs like
labview, electronics workbench, ect....
i would reccomend buying a cheap breadboard, a resistor assortment pack,
capacitor assortment pack and some hookup wire..
doing circuits on a computer might be easyier to setup, but without the
actual hands on experience with components, your gonna have big problems
when it comes to having to work with real circuits and real components..