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No.2857

i'm looking to get started with making circuits. is there any fun beginnersproject anyone could suggest.

  No.2858

File: 1479392486538.png (12.58 MB, 200x200, Getting Started in Electronics - 3ed - [Forrest M.Mims].pdf)

Forest M Mims III is the best guy to go to for this.

Other than that, just tinker. Take stuff apart, figure out how they work, build stuff!

  No.2859

>>2857
Depends on how much you currently know.

If you are a blank canvas then it's blinking LED for you.

From there you can graduate to basic sensors that output to lcd displays or focus on analog circuits like making a simple audio amplifier or microphone.

  No.2860

>>2858
Looks like a good book. Thanks!

  No.2861

>>2860
Yeah, I read that book when I was 16. Been soldering since. :D

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  No.2885

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pic related tbh.

Thing's you'll need:

Solder Oven, or Station and mad skills with a hot air gun
Oscilloscope
Pounds of copper

  No.2886

>>2885
whats the hot airgun for?

  No.2887

>>2858
This is probably a dumb question.... but this book is really old, is everything in this still relevant? Tech was a lot less advanced in the early 90's.

  No.2888

>>2887
OP said he wanted to start tinkering with circuits. Basics are still the same.

  No.2995

Make a sound amplifier.

  No.3001

>>2858
so cute.
Thanks, I came to the board especifically looking for something like this.

  No.3044

>>2857

Jacobs ladders are fun :3