Friday, August 12, 2011

Learn Basic Electronics With Hands On Experience

Do you like to play around with electronic projects? Would you like to understand more about how it works and how the components work?
Have you ever thought about building your own electronic project, but didn't really know where to begin? Perhaps you built an electronic kit in the past and it didn't work and you didn't know why and you didn't know how to fix it?

Even if your math skills are at the 5th grade level I can show you how to learn some basic electronics principles  and you'll be up to speed in only a day or two with my hands on method.


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An Introduction To Basic Electronics

Complete Hands-On Mini Basic Electronic Course

If you are interested in learning how things really work on circuit boards,
I have written a basic electronics tutorial that is focused on teaching you basic electronics without causing frustration or panic. My book "Introduction To Basic Electronics" allows you to get your mind around basic electronics and really begin to understand it.

This basic electronics mini home study course is suitable for anyone 12 years or older with a 5th grade math understanding.

After downloading and reading "Introduction To Basic Electronics" you will be able to build some simple circuits on your own and know exactly how and why they work.

Introduction To Basic Electronics is available right now as a direct download to your computer plus I've also included 3 more of my books to help you quickly master basic electronics

Here's the total package Introduction To Basic Electronics

I'll show you a powerful easy way to learn the fundamentals like:
  • Ohms Law
  • Capactors
  • Inductors
  • AC/DC voltage and current
  • Reactance and Impeadance
  • Semiconductors - Transistors and Diodes
  • Soldering Techniques
and much much more.

This mini home study course also contains my two other books, "Glossary of Electronic Terms plus Radio Waves and Antennas and a surprise bonus book that shows you a simple short cut to learning radio frequency circuits.

It's in the last chapter of the main book where I show you exactly step by step how to build some simple circuits on your own, test them and then you will know exactly why and how they work.

Experimenting with these circuits on your own, in your own workspace, is what gives you the hands on experience that's so important to learning basic electronics.

Many people learn or memorize the theory but have very little hands on experience actually working with these circuits on their own. This experience is what will separate you from those who have only memorized enough theory to pass an exam.

I want you to take a look at this mini hands on home study course to master basic electronics and see what you think.

The Simple 3 Book Guide To Mastering Basic Electronics

Remember this Ebook will show you how to learn basic electronics quickly without requiring math skills or any prior experience in electronics.

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I have some electronic projects and great information on learning basic electronics.

Fun Electronic Projects

Fun Electronic ProjectsHere's 7 fun and simple electronic projects to build this weekend.

I have compiled 7 popular inexpensive easy to build projects into this handy little book and each can be built in just a few hours.

You can download this book and get started 5 minutes from now. No waiting for shipping!

7 great rainy day weekend simple and fun electronic projects to build for $2.97

* Infrared Voice Communicator
* LED Tone Transmitter
* Audio Mixer
* Microphone Preamp
* Audio Light Detector
* Bargraph Light Meter
* Electronic Bell

Click Here to download Fun Electronic Projects for only $2.97


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