This book includes fully tested projects and circuit ideas with complete functional description, construction details such as PCB and component layouts and parts list. All projects and circuit ideas can be easily assembled at home or Lab with basic components. Some of the projects described in this book are available with our associates Kits ‘n’ Spares in the form of kits at economical prices.
Vol.21 - PC-Based Speed Monitoring System, Resonance Type L-C Meter, Portable Ozone Generator, Build Your Own C-band Satellite TV Receiver, Display Schemes for Indian Languages, PC-to-PC Communication Using InfraRed/Laser Beam, and Simple Telephone Recording/Answering Machine are a few major projects of this book.
A practical approach to learning is the easiest method to master the subject in electronics. By going through the description of projects, readers will be able to construct each project without much difficulty. It is hoped that this book will satisfy electronics enthusiasts searching for electronic hardware-based projects to learn electronics practically.
This volume of Electronics Projects is the twenty first in the series published by EFY Enterprises Pvt Ltd. It is a compilation of 24 construction projects and 67 circuit ideas published in ‘Electronics For You’ magazine during the year 2000. In keeping with the trend, all relevant modifications, corrections and additions sent by the readers and authors have been incorporated in the articles. Queries from readers along with the replies from authors/ EFY have also been published towards the end of relevant articles. It is a sincere endeavor on our part to make each project as error-free and comprehensive as possible. However, EFY cannot resume any responsibility if readers are unable to make a circuit successfully, for whatever reason. This collection of a large number of tested circuit ideas and construction projects in a handy volume would provide all classes of electronics enthusiasts—be they students, teachers, hobbyists or professionals with a valuable source of electronic circuits, which can be fabricated using readily-available and reasonably-priced components. These circuits could either be used independently or in combination with other circuits, described in this and other volumes. We are sure that this volume, like its predecessors, will generate tremendous interest among its readers.