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how can i design a circuit? how to place resistors and capacitors for certain application? Answered

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

Once you follow Kelsey's advice, you will find that the process begins by detailing exactly what you want the circuit to DO, and the parameters it must measure or control. Then you can look at breaking down into smaller blocks and functions, which you have either met before, or are in reference books. Huge swathes of work are written on amplfiers, and they are further broken down into a wide variety of specialities.

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kelseymh
kelseymh

8 years ago

Take a course in basic electronics.

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sivashankarv91
sivashankarv91

Answer 8 years ago

how could i take a course and where its available?

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kelseymh
kelseymh

Answer 8 years ago

Where do you live? Generally, such courses are available at the late secondary school ("high school" in the U.S.) level, and in locally-operated post-secondary schools ("community colleges" or "junior colleges" in the U.S.). Technical institutes ("trade schools") offer both individual courses as well as degree or certificate courses in electronics.

It is also quite possible to teach yourself electronics, but you need to be willing to do research. Go to your local library and read books on electricity, basic electronics, and circuitry. Use resources online provided by colleges, universities, and professional organizations. Talk to older people in your area who are professionals in electronic-related fields, and see if you can apprentice with them.