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The latest in the critically acclaimed Manga Guide series from No Starch Press, The Manga Guide to Electronic Circuits teaches electronics in a refreshingly simple way using authentic Japanese comics. As readers follow along with the story, they learn electrical fundamentals like Kirchoff's laws, voltage and current amplification, impedance matching, and how to analyze the most complex circuit and signal diagrams. Along the way, they're immersed in the components that make up complex electronic circuits, like amplifiers, oscillators, and modulators, as well as how these circuits use semiconductor devices like diodes and transistors. Ultimately, readers discover how electronic circuits are used to create integrated circuits and computers. Co-published with Ohmsha, Ltd. of Tokyo, Japan, this edumanga title is one in a series of translations from Ohmsha's bestselling Japanese originals, which pair professional manga artists with professors from Japan's most prestigious universities.
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Kenichi Tanaka received his PhD in Engineering from Kyushu Institute of Technology. He is currently an Associate Professor at Meiji University, School of Science and Technology, Department of Electronics and Bioinformatics.
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