As a boy, the more I took apart the hand-held transistor radios and games the easier it became to identify the various parts that were on the circuit boards. It was a lot harder, however, to figure out how all the parts worked together. While it was possible to take electronic devices apart and put them back together without a basic understanding of the circuit, it was impossible to figure out how the devices actually worked. Once I understood how circuits worked, not only was I able to begin to understand how the electronic devices worked but I was also able to build simple circuits on my own.
In this chapter, you will learn:
- What a circuit is
- What open, closed, and short circuits are
- What Fritzing diagrams are
- What schematic ...