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How to Read a Schematic [Education]
posted July 4 2014 14:56.33 by spic0m




How to read a schematic, follow electronics circuit drawings to make actual circuits from them. This starts with the schematic for a very simple circuit with just some batteries, resistor, switch and an LED. Then it talks about Earth ground and chassis ground. Finally it moves on to a crystal radio amplifier schematic and adds a diode, potentiometer and capacitors.


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