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Basic Electronics Theory with Projects and Experiments / Edition 1

Basic Electronics Theory with Projects and Experiments / Edition 1

by Delton T. Horn, D. Horn
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A complete self-paced course and quick reference with tests after each chapter
A complete self-paced course and quick reference for hobbyists, students, and beginning-level technicians. Chapter-ending tests help readers gauge their progress. New editions include information on computerized test equipment, laser diodes, VMOS transistors, logic family interfacing, new computer microprocessors, and Digital Audio Tape (DAT).

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ISBN-13: 9780830642007
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/1993
Pages: 692
Sales rank: 1,170,850
Product dimensions: 7.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.40(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't usually write negative reviews, but this is an exception. I am giving this book the review I am merely for the fact that I am utterly disgusted by the lack of error checking done before this book was published. I am only a few chapters into it, and there seems to be an average of 5 to 6 typos per page. Even critical concepts of fundemental electrical design, such as Joule's law, are listed incorrectly. Some of the typos are completely inexcusable, such as the number '12' commonly being interchanged with the indicator for 'current number 2' which is a Capitol I with a subscript numeral '2,' as if the author was not even paying attention when the book was written. I am considering returning this book.