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How to Read Schematics & identify Electronic Components
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Great information about circuit (schematics) diagrams and electronic sysbols
All you want to know about electronic components
Reading and identifying electronic components is skill a needed skill for folks working with electronics. Many of the components have gone to microchips or surface mount technology. However to do any trouble shooting or fixing - even your cars electrical system requires some of this skill. I hope this video will give viewers an idea how to get started. Some of these skills are needed to obtain an amateur radio license.
I have used this skill sense I started building simple crystal radios 62 years ago at age 10. I have used this ability almost daily everyday during that time. Even to wire a simple door bell circuit required some of this skill so just learn-it-now.
David started at age 8 building Using or teaching about electronic devices - that was 65 years ago. It started with a crystal radio then ham license at 14 yrs , Navy electronics at 17ys old , Field Engineer at 21yrs old , teaching 'Electronics for Scientist' at Virginia Tech at 29yrs , Director of 'Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service' (FAIRS) at 52 yrs and at 73 he is still busy with electronics. Collector of historical Microcomputers & along the way David has small collection of ham radio equipment.
Video produced by the LCF Group, LCF Group consisting of David Larsen KK4WW, Gaynell Larsen KK4WWW and Dee Wallace KG4VMI. ( We are on The Crooked Road Heritage Music Trail and the Round The Mountain Artisan and Craftsman Trail - great place to visit Floyd Virginia ). We operate 'Chantilly Festival Farm' & 'Bugbook Historical Computer Museum' , are all radio amateurs & Directors of "The Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service" ( FAIRS) also located in Floyd Virginia. N4USA is the radio call for FAIRS and we have operated in Dominica as J79WW J79WWW J79VMI & many DX locations. We are members of " The Floyd Amateur Radio Society" FARS. The LCF Group ( 1-540-745-2322 )
The LCF Group has developed and maintains the following web sites.
our county business directory
our land for sale by owner web site
a publishing site with many ham radio stories
Where we have our annual 'Bluegrass & BBQ' Festival May 26
all about "Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service" FAIRS N4USA Hamradio station
Our Historical Microcomputer museum in Floyd Virginia
We maintain the Floyd Virginia community amateur radio station N4USA and have a small historical microcomputer museum in the Village Green #8 Floyd VA a few words we use all them time bugbook ham_radio amateur_radio
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