This unique and innovative manual reinforces the theories learned in electronic communications classes. By performing a series of interactive experiments simulated on the computer and by answering questions about the results of each experiment, students will develop a clearer understanding of the theories that they have learned in the classroom. The 23 computer-simulated experiments do not require extensive laboratory facilities, and circuits can be modified easily with on-screen editing. The analysis results provide faster and better feedback than a series of lab experiments using hardwired circuits. For those who desire a hardwired laboratory environment, circuit diagrams and parts lists are provided for each experiment. An extensive theory section and a series of troubleshooting problems are also included in each experiment. The CD-ROM packaged with the text contains the circuits needed to perform the experiments, the troubleshooting circuits, and a student version of Electronics Workbench Multisim(TM).The CD-ROM packaged with the text contains the circuits needed to perform the experiments, the troubleshooting circuits, and a student version of Electronics Workbench Multisim(TM).
|Title||:||Learning Electronics Communications Through Experimentation Using Electronics Workbench Multisim|
|Author||:||Richard H. Berube|