Practical Electronics for Inventors gives you information you need, in a format you can work with. The simple step-by-step approach teaches the fundamentals in a way that requires no background in electronics. Packed with illustrations, the 750 hand-drawn images provide clear, detailed instructions on how to turn theoretical ideas into working real-life gadgets.
This crystal-clear, learn-as-you-go guide shows you what a particular device does, what it looks like, how it compares with similar devices, and how it is used in applications. Written by Paul Scherz, a physicist who is also an inventor and electrical hobbyist, this important reference provides beginning hobbyists and inventors with an intuitive grasp of the theoretical and practical aspects of electronics--just the kind of insight you need to get your projects up and running.