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Really Basic Electronics
The basics of electronics and electrical stuff in general
is really pretty simple. This page will attempt to show you some really
basic concepts, describe what some of the components can do, and show
you how to read basic electronic drawings.
The goal of this chapter is to provide some basic
information about electronic circuits. We make the assumption that you
have no prior knowledge of electronics, electricity, or circuits, and
start from the basics. This is an unconventional approach, so it may be
interesting, or at least amusing, even if you do have some experience.
So, the first question is ``What is an electronic circuit?'' A circuit
is a structure that directs and controls electric currents, presumably
to perform some useful function. The very name "circuit" implies that
the structure is closed, something like a loop. That is all very well,
but this answer immediately raises a new question: "What is an electric
current?" Again, the name "current" indicates that it refers to some
type of flow, and in this case we mean a flow of electric charge, which
is usually just called charge because electric charge is really the only
kind there is.
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