For courses in Shop Fabrication.Hands-on approach and carefully focused on key topics, this innovative text presents thorough coverage of the fundamentals of electronic design, fabrication, and documentation, PLUS a complete experience in creating electronic prototype devices. Students work their way through Sample, Exercise, and Elective Projects (covering all skill levels) and develop a thorough Project Report--with written and graphic documentation--delineating procedures, developments, and specifications of a project.
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A thorough, readable treatment of the fundamentals of electronic design, fabrication, and documentation that includes a complete experience in creating a prototype device. Through concise, conversational writing and a step-by-step presentation, this text guides students through all phases of the creation of workable devices...from planning and construction to testing and troubleshooting. Students learn to breadboard a circuit, design and fabricate a printed circuit board, and enclose the device in an appropriate package. Underlying principles and theory are incorporated at each stage of instruction, to ensure that students understand actual industry standard practices.From the Back Cover:
ELECTRONIC PROJECT DESIGN AND FABRICATION is more than just a project book. The fundamentals of prototype design, fabrication, and documentation are a part of each chapter. The student designs the circuit, breadboards it, designs and fabricates a printed circuit board, and encloses the project in a case.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130195650