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Hacking Electronics: Learning Electronics with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Second Edition

Up-to-date hacks that will breathe life into your Arduino and Raspberry Pi creations!

This intuitive DIY guide shows how to wire, disassemble, tweak, and re-purpose household devices and integrate them with your Raspberry Pi and Arduino inventions. Packed with full-color illustrations, photos, and diagrams, Hacking Electronics: Learning Electronics with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Second Edition, features fun, easy-to-follow projects. You’ll discover how to build an Internet-controlled hacked electric toy, ultrasonic rangefinder, remote-controlled robotic rover, audio amp, slot car brakes and headlights―even a smart card reader!

• Get up and running on both Arduino and Raspberry Pi
• Safely solder, join wires, and connect switches
• Identify components and read schematic diagrams
• Work with LEDs, including high-power Lumileds and addressable LED strips
• Use LiPo batteries, solar panels, and buck-boost power supplies
• Use sensors to measure light, temperature, acceleration, sound level, and color
• Build and modify audio amps, microphones, and transmitters
• Repair gadgets and scavenge useful parts from dead equipment
• Get the most out of cheap or free bench and software tools

Hacking Electronics: Learning Electronics with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Second Edition

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Greeny says:

Transmits a mindset along with discrete skills This is a hands-on guide that doesn’t assume too much knowledge on the part of the reader. If you know Dr. Simon Monk, his background in electronics as a celebrity hobbyist. He’s been in industry, served time as an academic and he currently runs an active blog on the subject.Whenever the book is guiding on doing a set of tasks, it presents photos and diagrams. It does more than that. The author gives tips on little things such as how to handle parts and even screws, and he tells the…

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