Using Multisim 9: Troubleshooting DC/AC Circuits (Book Only)

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9781111322137: Using Multisim 9: Troubleshooting DC/AC Circuits (Book Only)

Now updated to MultiSIM™ 8, this workbook demonstrates how to troubleshoot faulty circuits using MultiSIM as the standard tool. Working on the computer, readers will learn to make measurements, replace components, and test results using the same processes and techniques that would be used in an actual hardware lab. Each section features circuits with installed faults that provide users with realistic troubleshooting practice. This highly engaging approach quickly builds the skill and confidence levels necessary to do live circuit troubleshooting in real-world situations. Using MultiSIM: Troubleshooting DC/AC Circuits, 3E effectively supplements any standard DC/AC text, yet can also be used as a stand-alone guide for fostering a thorough understanding of basic circuit fundamentals.

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John Reeder has taught for over 20 years as an electronics instructor. Prior to becoming a teacher he worked for over 20 years in the electronics and electrical industries and as a technician, electrician, and engineer. Mr. Reeder also worked in cooperation with Electronics Workbench as a key beta-tester for MultiSIM. He is currently a member of the California Council of Electronics Instructors.

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Introduction to Electronics Workbench MultiSIM(TM) the Electronics Lab in the Computer. Introduction to Electricity and Electronics, Electrical Quantities and Components. Electric Circuits. Analyzing and Troubleshooting Series Circuits. Analyzing and Troubleshooting Parallel Circuits. Analyzing Series-Parallel Circuits. Complex Circuits and Network Analysis. Electrical Power Sources and Materials. Direct Current Test Equipment. Electromagnetic Devices. Alternating Voltage and Current. Inductance and Inductive Reactance. Resistive-Inductive Circuits. Capacitance and Capacitive Reactance. Resistive-Capacitive Circuits. Resistive-Inductive-Capacitive Circuits. Transformer Circuits. Passive Filter Circuits.

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