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Electronics For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Gordon McComb, Cathleen Shamieh

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Appendix

Internet Resources

Here’s where you get a gaggle of interesting Internet sources for all things electronic. Businesses operate some of these sites; individuals are at the helm of the others. These lists present what we consider the most useful online resources; the idea is to save you the time and bother.

Be aware that Web sites may come and go over time. If you try to visit a site and your Web browser can’t find it, the site owner probably has moved on. That’s life on the Internet! Try search engines, such as Google and Yahoo!, to find additional resources.

Getting Up to Speed with Tutorials and General Information

The Web sites in this section all have worthwhile information. Browse through them to decide which sites meet your needs. The Kelsey Park School Electronics Club and the North Carolina State University Electronics Tutorial get the highest marks, but all of these sites have cool and useful information:

check.png All About Circuits (www.allaboutcircuits.com/): This site contains a series of online books on electronics. They haven’t yet posted some sections, but the material they do have is well done.

check.png Electronics Hobbyist (http://amasci.com/amateur/elehob.html): Here you can find interesting articles on various basic electronics topics.

Graham Knott’s Web Site (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/g.knott/index1.htm ...

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