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Chapter 1. What's The Scheme Block Diagrams Flowcharts Schematic Symbology Schematic Interconnections Visual language Summary Chapter 2. Block Diagrams Functional Drawings Current and Signal Paths Flowcharts Process Paths Summary Chapter 3. Component Symbols Resistors and Potentiometers Capacitors Inductors and Transformers Switches Plugs, Jacks, and Outlets Diodes and Transistors Electron Tubes Cells and Batteries Wires and Cables Grounds and Antennas Integrated Circuits Exotic Symbols Summary Chapter 4. Simple Circuits Getting Started Component Labeling Troubleshooting with Schematics Other Forms of Designation Schematic/Block Combinations Summary Chapter 5. Complex Circuits Identifying the Building Blocks Analyzing Large Schematics Page Breaks Getting Comfortable with Large Schematics Summary Chapter 6. Pictorial Diagrams General Pictorials Breadboard Layouts Circuit-Board Layouts Three-Dimensional Drawings Summary APPENDIX A. Table of Symbols APPENDIX B. Resistor Color Codes
Stan Gibilisco has authored or coauthored more than 50 books on physics, electronics, mathematics, and computing. He began his career as a radio-frequency design engineer, a technical writer, a magazine editor, and a wireless broadcast technician. The American Library Association named Stan's McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing (1995) as one of the "Best References of 1996." In addition to authoring several books in McGraw-Hill's Demystified series of home study guides, he has also written three books in the Know-It-All series for students who enjoy mathematics. Gibilisco's Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics has become a classic in the field.