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 Electronics: A First Course, Second Edition

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PostSubject: Electronics: A First Course, Second Edition   Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:10 pm

Author: Owen Bishop

Publisher: Newnes

Date: June 21, 2006

Pages: 235

Electronics: A First Course starts with the basics of
electricity and component types, and introduces students to practical
work almost straightaway. No prior knowledge of electronics is assumed.
This is a complete introductory textbook intended for courses
leading to GCSE Electronics. It also caters for the Electronics
sections of GCSE Design and Technology (Electronic Products), for the
Electricity and Magnetism sections of GCSE Physics, the GNVQ unit on
Electronics for Engineering, and the Intermediate GNVQ unit on
Electronics Principles and Applications.
Most of the text is divided into numerous short Topics,
presented as double page spreads. These cover the topics common to the
majority of the specifications at the level of the Foundation Tier
(FT). The topics are dealt with thoroughly, with simple explanations
and plenty of examples and illustrations. This double-page presentation
has two advantages. It allows students to confine their attention to
the particular topics found in a given specification. It also presents
the student with self-contained, easily assimilable and readily
testable segments of knowledge.

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