eBook Modern Transistor Radios (See and Make Series) download
by R H Warring
Author: R H Warring
Publisher: Lutterworth Press (January 1, 1987)
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Series: See and Make Series (Book 2). Hardcover: 32 pages.
Series: See and Make Series (Book 2). Publisher: Lutterworth Press (January 1, 1987).
Modern Transistor Radios. also published by Tab books as "Modern Transistor Radios" (Make and See Series). rcial-NoDerivs . International. Warring, Radio construction, Transistor, modelling. ark:/13960/t18m5572t. Ocr. ABBYY FineReader 1. (Extended OCR). It describes and illustrates the circuits for nine different transistor radios. This book aims to provide a basic working manual for hobbyists and other amateurs with little or no previous knowledge or practical experience of electronics. Each one is simple to make, and should give good listening results through headphones. Modern Transistor Radios. Warring is one of the best-known writers in the field of practical radio and electronics, and is renowned for writing technical books that can readily be understood by the layman. His own vast experience has made him all too aware of the possible pitfalls besetting the beginner. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Most transistors are made from very pure silicon, and . Modern transistor audio amplifiers of up to a few hundred watts are common and relatively inexpensive. Unlike the field-effect transistor (see below), the BJT is a low-input-impedance device.
Most transistors are made from very pure silicon, and some from germanium, but certain other semiconductor materials can also be used. A transistor may have only one kind of charge carrier, in a field-effect transistor, or may have two kinds of charge carriers in bipolar junction transistor devices. Compared with the vacuum tube, transistors are generally smaller, and require less power to operate. Comparison with vacuum tubes.
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This book aims to provide a basic working manual for hobbyists and other amateurs with little or no previous knowledge or practical experience of electronics
A guide to making a transistor radio with clear step-by-step instructions.
Modern Transistor Radios (See and Make Series). Detailed component data is provided in the book so that you can in 2013 intelligently redesign to silicon transistors by doing a few simple calculations. Special offers and product promotions. 3 people found this helpful.
Making a Transistor Radio is a book written by George C. Dobbs . Dobbs, with illustrations by B. H Robinson, and published by Wills and Hepworth Ltd. This wonderful book is to introduce a novice beginner into the world of radio engineering and begins from simple steps. Most radio engineers today will remember seeing this book at their local lending library and making the radio when they were young, and if they did not, then they will want to make it today to relive their youth. We live in the modern age now and it should be cheaper for young children to make this for educational purposes.