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Circuit Engineering: The Beginner's Guide to Electronic Circuits, Semi-Conductors, Circuit Boards, and Basic Electronics

Narrated by: Millian Quinteros
Length: 1 hr and 36 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, Technology
3 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Is circuit engineering what you want to learn? Always wondered how one becomes an electrical engineer? Do semiconductors and circuit boards interest you?

Purchase Circuit Engineering to discover everything you need to know about basic electronics.

Step by step to increase your electrical skills. Learn the anatomy of a circuit. All your basic knowledge in one download!

©2015 Solis Tech (P)2016 Solis Tech

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i guess it meets the description

definately not worth more than $2. only covers some random basics but uses language a bit too high level.

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  • Cortland
  • 11-04-2017

A sporadic overview at best

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Soldering information is not correct whatsoever, you will not be soldering anything at 300°F. The presentation of information follows no method whatsoever and touches on random information throughout.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-04-2017

circuit engineering

This is a good book about circuit engineering. I wish audible had more books about semiconductors.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-02-2017

rare citations, technical procedure, or theory

rare citations, technical procedure, or theory. the thing is mostly opinion. they use moreover every other sentence and you start counting it while trying to push through to the useful information. moreover, i learned nothing here

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  • Philly Buster
  • 21-08-2019

Hard pass

This book was only $5 so I figured, "why not?" Bad idea. Unlike other audio books with diagrams, there is no accompanying PDF. Also, the writing is just bad. It jumps all over the place, backtracks, jumps ahead. No linear thought process. So I decided to just buy the book and read along with the audio book. The book is just as bad. It's nice to have the diagrams, but it's just poorly written overall.

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  • Daniel Oliver
  • 22-01-2017

Great intro

it was good for someone just beginning with electronics. for more advanced readers, they might want to beyond this.

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  • spencer
  • 20-07-2016

Good Listen

I'm an architect thinking of a career change into Electrical Engineering/Robotics. This book is a great introduction to what I could expect. keep em' coming.

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  • Mr_Doublebutt
  • 04-05-2016

horrible audio!

Every sentence starts with the first part clipped off. The first word of every sentence is at least partially if not completely missing. Absolutely unlistenable.

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  • Z. Fogassy
  • 30-10-2019

Too random

Some concepts explained in detail, others not at all. Random and dry. Like reading a dictionary.

Presenter has no ability to engage the audience or make the material interesting.

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  • Claudia Wilbur
  • 28-10-2019

Informative & Interesting

It taught me a lot and made me excited to continue my education on the subject at hand.

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  • Arjun Ramesh
  • 12-01-2019

nice voice and great words

beautiful rendition of the book and beautiful words chosen by the author. really interesting book to be listened by all ee engineers

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  • mr Peter Mo
  • 02-06-2016

Alright

Any additional comments?

I am just happy to see an engineering subject in here. Yes, it could have been longer and better but it's a good introduction to get you thinking a little bit about electronics. I wish there was more engineering related subject on Audible.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-08-2019

Utterly pointlesd

The broadest of overviews, a complete waste of time and money.
The best advice is, and I quote directly from the book: go to instructables.com, you might actually learn something there.

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