Great Encyclopedia of the young ham

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Uploaded: 13.01.2010
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Dear friend, if you love to invent and design the receivers, amplifiers and other electronic equipment, or want to learn it, but do not know where to begin our drive to help you. With it, you will be able to study the course of modern electrical engineering and electronics. Here you will find a wealth of practical schemes of individual units and blocks, and the whole device. The resolution of many questions will help you a special guide. You will not have to ask their parents to buy expensive bulky books. Using the convenient search engine, you otyschesh desired section, and to him as an example of perfectly executed drawings.
We hope that our encyclopedia will be for you not only useful, but also interesting and entertaining.

Archive size - 72 MB

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Few explain how to use this program. Immediately after launching into the main window, which consists of the top navigation bar, the data structure on the left, an information box on the right and the navigation buttons on it. All data are divided into four major sections:

- Theoretical knowledge

- Practical design

- Reference materials

- Electronics in the pictures,

each of which contains the resulting files. First, you need to select in the left window of any file, then it will appear on the right. With the lower navigation keys you can move backward or forward only (!) File of the current section. Go to the next section, you can in the left window of data. In addition, files with the theoretical information, a cross-reference to practical design, Reference materials, images or other topics.

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