Re: [SeattleRobotics] Electronic(Second time around)
- Unfortunately I think you will find that online tutorials will not take you very far. You're going to have to pick up a book or two. Here's a book I found to be a great intro to analog electronics when I was getting started:
Electronics - A Self Teaching Guide, by Harry Kybett
To learn the digital side, a good way to do it is to get yourself a basic stamp from parallax and just experiment with some of their application notes. Although there are cheaper alternatives, Parallax has put together some very good documentation to go with their product. You can't go wrong with this one.
Also, although the "Art of Electronics" is very daunting for the beginner, there is a student guide that goes with it that is very good. You might be ready for that after working through Kybett's book.
On Mon, 31 Mar 2003, trey love wrote:
> Thanks for the responces, but i guess i should
> rephrase myself, i want a web site that will teach me
> the basics of electronics and get me started, i have
> all the equimptment that i need. starting from the
> board to the LED's to the resisitors, capasitors,
> ect... all i need is a "Guide" please help, where did
> all you guys that do robots for competition. where did
> you learn all of your information, of coarse i know
> you didn't learn it over a short period, but where did
> you start....Details....
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