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Electricity and Basic Electronics
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Stephen R. He has taught various courses in electricity and electronics at Michigan State University and the University of Georgia, as well as curriculum design courses at the University of Manitoba. He has worked in industry as a technician for a tubing manufacturer, a training specialist at Ford Motor Company, and a training director for Philco-Ford Corporation. He is currently working as a consultant, serving companies such as A2D Technologies and Generate Technologies. He is married to Theresa; has two daughters, Tracy and Kristin; and a stepdaughter, Dorian. Matt has been living in Athens, Georgia for the past 30 years.
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Electricity and Basic Electronics teaches basic theory and fundamentals and is a starting point for careers in electronics. The text is clearly written and highly illustrated, making it easy for beginners to understand. Numerous examples walk students step-by-step through circuit analysis where applicable. The Practical Application features cover topics such as breadboarding, soldering, and reading voltage on an oscilloscope. The Project features allow students to build items such as a continuity tester, blown fuse indicator, and power supply.