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Présentation de l'éditeur

Bring your electronic inventions to life!

"This full-color book is impressive...there are some really fun projects!" -GeekDad, Wired.com

Who needs an electrical engineering degree? This intuitive guide shows how to wire, disassemble, tweak, and re-purpose everyday devices quickly and easily. Packed with full-color illustrations, photos, and diagrams, Hacking Electronics teaches by doing--each topic features fun, easy-to-follow projects. Discover how to hack sensors,accelerometers, remote controllers, ultrasonic rangefinders, motors, stereo equipment, microphones, and FM transmitters. The final chapter contains useful information on getting the most out of cheap or free bench and software tools.

  • Safely solder, join wires, and connect switches
  • Identify components and read schematic diagrams
  • Understand the how and why of electronics theory
  • Work with transistors, LEDs, and laser diode modules
  • Power your devices with a/c supplies, batteries, or solar panels
  • Get up and running on Arduino boards and pre-made modules
  • Use sensors to detect everything from noxious gas to acceleration
  • Build and modify audio amps, microphones, and transmitters
  • Fix gadgets and scavenge useful parts from dead equipment

  • Biographie de l'auteur

    Dr. Simon Monk has a degree in Cybernetics and Computer Science and a PhD in Software Engineering. He spent several years as an academic before he returned to industry, co-founding the mobile software company Momote Ltd. Dr. Monk has been an active electronics hobbyist since his early teens and is a full-time writer on hobby electronics and open source hardware. He is the author of numerous electronics books, including 30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius and Arduino + Android Projects for the Evil Genius, as well as co-author of Practical Electronics for Inventors, Third Edition.

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    I love this book! 2 avril 2013
    Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format: Broché
    I think I've been looking for this electronics book for a long time! I'm a ham radio operator, and an electronics hobbyist with no formal training in the subject, so I seem to always learn everything the hard way. Well, Simon Monk has put together a book that should become a real must have item for people like me. You could be a rank beginner, or an old hand, and still find a world of things in this book that you need to know, or projects you want to try.

    If you've always wanted to get into electronics as a hobby, this book will help you get started with the very basics. If, on the other hand, you've been tinkering with Arduino for a long time, and are interested in some new, fresh projects, then this is for you, too. Another thing I like is that, in this book, Simon Monk has helped me get outside the box with electronic projects. Let me explain: Even though I've played around with microcontrollers for a few years, I've bought several books that I hoped would help me learn to think outside the box, and yet when I finished those books, I realized that I had only built a project or two, and that I had not really learned how to progress beyond the confines of those projects. This book is different! It has some very practical advice all through it that has already helped me make that leap toward improvising some ideas of my own. Part of its aim is to help you learn to think on your own about what you'd like to do with electronics.

    For its size, this book is packed with straightforward, useful information. Mr. Monk hasn't beaten us to death with the boring details of electronic theory. Instead, he has given us the meat that we need to get started, and to develop steadily as hobbyists.

    Sure, if you need great depth in electronics theory, or the superfine details of the inner workings of an Arduino board, this won't be for you. But if you're ready to learn the basics of electronics hacking, or you're ready to move out of the standard project books, then this is for you.

    When I was a kid, I used to absolutely love it when my Mother would bring home a book full of projects for boys. Most of them were loaded with different projects for different skill levels, and I always found dozens of things to do, to keep me busy for a long while. I didn't do every project, but I found plenty that caught my interest. They taught me the basic skills, showed me the tools to use, and then turned me loose on the projects. Well, I feel like this book is that same sort of thing for electronics. I wish this book and the Arduino had been around when I was a kid. I would never have put it down. This is just a really neat book, and you need a copy if you love to tinker.
    35 internautes sur 36 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    Hacking Electronics 29 août 2013
    Par Blair Bowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format: Broché
    Hacking Electronics is a newly released, modern, and inexpensive `how to' electronics workbook. The rather abrasive word "hacking" might suggest many things to different people, however, in this 275 page paperback it means, practical teaching by doing. Each topic features easy-to-follow projects. You don't need a degree in engineering to create or modify something electronic. Traditional electronic textbooks can be terrifying, unless one has a good grounding in complex mathematics. This easy to read intuitive guide teaches about micro-controllers, sensors, FM Transmitters, working with modules, and other simple to construct devices. Hacking Electronics is a full-colour exceptional publication, organised into 11 chapters, a Parts Appendix, and a very informative index. Perhaps the following brief description of each chapter, will provide a useful summary of the book's content.

    Chapter 1, Getting Started. This instructional book starts with advice on where to buy equipment and components. This first chapter also deals with the basics of soldering and describes how to use an old computer fan to make a fume extractor for use while soldering.

    Chapter 2, Theory and Practice. This particular chapter identifies and explains the variety and use of electronic components. It also introduces a small amount of helpful and essential theory.

    Chapter 3, Basic Hacks. This chapter introduces transistors with example projects. It includes a "push light" which automatically turns on at night, and `how to' control a motor, using power MOSFETs.

    Chapter 4, LEDs. Besides discussing regular LEDs, `how to' use them, and making them flash, etc. This chapter also looks at using constant current drivers for LEDs and laser diode modules.

    Chapter 5, Batteries and Power. The focal point in this chapter turns to batteries, both single use and rechargeable. It shows `how to' charge Lead-Acid, NiMH, and Lithium Polymer batteries. Automatic battery back-up, voltage regulation, and solar-panel charging circuits are also included here.

    Chapter 6, Hacking Arduino. The Arduino has become the popular low-cost micro-controller board of choice for global electronic enthusiasts. Micro-controllers are essentially low-powered computers, on a chip. The open-source hardware design makes using such a complex device very simple. The chapter begins with the Arduino, and includes a few simple how to's, like controlling a relay, playing sounds, and controlling servo motors. Readers are also introduced to the large range of available plug-in shields, all of which, have added greatly to the success of the Arduino Board.

    Chapter 7, Hacking With Modules. Modules exist for all types of things, from wireless remotes to motor drivers. When constructing something, there is often a ready-made module available to use, for at least some part of the project.

    Chapter 8, Hacking With Sensors. Sensor ICs and modules are available for sensing everything from gas to acceleration. This chapter explores and explains how to use a range of sensors, which includes connecting some of them to the Arduino micro-controller board.

    Chapter 9, Audio Hacks. This chapter has a number of excellent `how to' designs, all relating to electronics and sound. It includes making and adapting audio leads, audio amplifiers, and the use of microphones.

    Chapter 10, Mending and Breaking Electronics. Mending and scavenging useful parts from dead electronic equipment can be a worthy activity. This chapter explains `how to' take things apart, and sometimes put them back together again.

    Chapter 11, Tools. The final chapter is a basic reference and explanation about `how to' use and get the most out of tools, such as multimeters and Lab power supplies. Hacking Electronics is indeed a superb `how to' electronics book, highly recommended for all makers and hobbyists, who will no doubt, enjoy the full-colour illustrations, and the do-it-yourself guides. There is a great feeling of personal satisfaction in building something physical, or modifying a device of your own choosing. Be warned, however, once you start reading this brightly presented new release electronics manual, you might find it difficult to put down. Reviewed by: Blair Bowler - VK4BBX (August 2013).
    27 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    Excellent 2nd level book for electronics 20 avril 2013
    Par Heading West - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    I've done electronics for 12 months, read all the "for dummies" and "make" books. Read a couple of Arduino books etc. Then you get to the stage you want more practical solutions to everyday problems. The little tips that the professionals use to quickly solve problems.

    This book is very easy to read cover to cover, Simon Monk uses the simplest language with a lovely style.

    Today I needed a battery and charger for my robot - so I immediately opened this book, went to the succinct and detailed chapter on batteries, and 10 minutes later I'm all done.

    Please Simon - release V2 - covering more topics on top of these ones.

    Strongly recommended.
    11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    Must-have hands on guide 16 avril 2013
    Par Cammen Chan - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format: Broché
    Brand new edition. Up-to-date technology. Practical, hands-on guide. DIY hobbyists must-have. As a EE book writer, I strongly recommend this book.
    16 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    Fantasic 21 mars 2013
    Par Gee Bartlett - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format: Broché
    Hacking Electronics is a very enjoyable and informative book that I haven't been able to put down. It gives practical easy to follow advise on all the basic knowledge that an electronics enthusiast would be lost without and enough wacky projects to keep me busy for a while. This is book is an essential read if your just starting out in the world of electronics up to a seasoned maker, hacker , tinkerer like myself. :) A+
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