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  • Author:
    Bernard Grob
  • ISBN:
    0028022602
  • ISBN13:
    978-0028022604
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  • Publisher:
    Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Post Secondary; Teachers Guide edition (November 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    1010 pages
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    Engineering
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    4.5
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i bought a used copy of this book.

I studied basic electronics years ago, as part of a technical college A.S. in computer repair. But, I never much used it, even though I DID spend time working on computers, then as an electronics tech, and, later, on copying machines, which are electro-mechanical. Mostly, repairing computers was about swapping whole circuit boards out. As a tech, I assisted people with doctorates doing basic research on making chips. Never did I need to understand a circuit, or troubleshoot one. Had I to do it over, I would've looked for an opportunity to do just that for at least a few years, to really cement techniques and understanding..

Now, I want to be able to fix guitar amplifiers, effects pedals, and pickups. So, I really want to understand components, circuits, and chips at a fundamental level. I've found numerous sites on the web that teach electronics, and I have several other books on electronics. Although I'M ONLY INTO THE 2ND CHAPTER OF THIS BOOK, it's the best source I've found so far., because it explains the fundamental details of electricity and electronics at a level, and in a manner, that i can understand. I'm the kind of person that, if I have too many holes in my understanding of how something works, it just doesn't work for me. I read a Complete Idiot's guide. It had a lot of really good things but, for instance, the description of how a transistor works was like hieroglyphics; it explained it in a way that was at far too high a level. I read it three times and didn't have any more understanding than before I read it at all. I've found that if I go slowly with this book, and make sure I understand and retain the important details, it all builds to a solid mental structure in my brain.

I will revisit and edit this review as necessary. A good, accurate (we're different people, so what's true and accurate for you will only sometimes be that for me) review is a major service to others that I've benefited from when others have taken the time and trouble to describe their experience with a book or product. I bought this book in the first place because the reviews described it much as I have.
Hiylchis
I learned basic electronics from an earlier edition of this book in an Explorer Scout class back in the late sixties, at 14 years old. It was a great textbook then, so I ordered two copies of this updated edition - one for a student I'm teaching, and one for my personal use. It was good to see that it was still available.

The update seems to have retained the high quality of the previous editions and should give a pretty solid foundation to those brave enough to tackle the subject. However, I was very disappointed to see that this edition was converted from "conventional" current flow (+ to -) to electron flow (- to +). Yes, it's certainly the "correct" direction from the theoretical viewpoint of an atomic physicist, but I strongly suspect that most electronics engineers (and, indeed, most people with layman's knowledge of electronics) think of "conventional" (hole) flow when tracing a circuit, not electron flow. I am definitely one of those individuals.

One star deducted for the change, but still highly recommended.
Fek
Very detailed excellent knowledge of subject. However, you will never be able to build a circuit with what he teaches. I found chegg.com helpful for that. Cheap high quality tutors. To make a circuit you need to know two things. From current(I), voltage(V or E), resistence(R), and power(watt or P). It all boils down to knowing resistence because you already know voltage. Without power on circuit you can't find resistence or anything. The tutors told me to get a watt meter and under power the circuit volts on power on. Then check for watts. Great book but you can't make it without chegg.com. Jim Cyr ---looking to be a professor in electronics--already a certified electrical technician from prior military days. Thanks and bye.
Khiceog
Not much more to say. Gets into all aspects of electronics and leaves out the unneeded stories of the "lives of the pioneers of electronics". It gets much more involved in common sense explanations of the functioning of components and circuitry without talking over your head. And it has a lot of little quizzes along the way to ensure your not missing some points. Of all the basic electronics books I've perused, this one gets to the core of what you need to know quicker and better than any other book I've seen on the subject. Kudos to Mr. Grob! I said earlier in some reviews that I like the hands on training of some of the other books like Make:Electronics, and the Electronics for evil genius books. I still find those most excellent, but this book allows you to comprehend the theories and functions WITHOUT doing at the same time. Very refreshing!!!
Rude
Covers basics for almost every aspect of electronics. Easy to understand. These two gives four stars.
What I want for next edition is less coverage for basic supporting information and fill up that space with more typical circuit examples. I hope more authors read IEEE Electronics symbol standard specially "Ground Symbol." This author use Earth Ground Symbol for Signal Symbol which is upside down triangle shape.
Jarortr
Grob was writing original manuals for the RCA institute back in the late 50's. This gives you an idea of the experience and knowledge of Grob. If you want to learn electronics, this book is a must have. Grob is an author that actually conveys understanding of the subject matter, not just number crunching. What good is number crunching if you do not understand the big picture? Right? Well, Grob helps you to "tie it all together" so to speak. If you are getting started in electronics, get this book, as well as "diagnosing and fixing everything electronic" by Gieir, and that will give you a good foundation...