ARRL's PIC Programming for Beginners


Revised First Edition.
Now for use with ARRL's PIC Programming Kit (sold separately).


"Just wanted to say how much ARRL's PIC Programming for Beginners book has helped renew my joy of electronics!" - Dan, N0IK, Minot, North Dakota

Price: $39.00

Raspberry Pi for Dummies (Wiley)


Embrace the exciting new technology of Raspberry Pi!


With the invention of the unique credit-card sized single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi, comes a new wave of hardware geeks, hackers, and hobbyists who are excited about the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi, and this is the perfect guide to get you started in this exhilarating new arena. With this fun and friendly book, you'll quickly discover how to download and install the operating system, use the installed applications, and much more.

Price: $24.00

Arduino for Dummies (Wiley)



Leap into the fascinating world of physical computing!


Arduino is no ordinary circuit board. Whether you're a designer, a programmer, or a hobbyist, Arduino lets you learn about and play with electronics. You'll discover how to build a variety of circuits that can sense or control real-world objects, prototype your own product, and even create interactive artwork. This handy guide is exactly what you need to build your own Arduino project — what you make is up to you!

Price: $24.00

VoIP: Internet Linking for Radio Amateurs


Second Edition


Where Radio Meets the Internet!

Price: $21.00

Computers in Amateur Radio 2nd Edition


For most, personal computers have become an essential tool in getting things done quicker, easier, quieter and in less space than before. When radio amateurs connect a personal computer to a radio, it takes the potential of both to a whole new level. Computers in Amateur Radio provides a practical guide to the possibilities of combining these two technologies.


Price: $24.00

Ham Radio for Arduino and PICAXE


Where Ham Radio Meets Open-Source Electronics


Price: $29.00

Circuit Simulation and Analysis


Using PSpice to design and test your next project!


The time-honored way of circuit design has been to build a physical prototype, test it over a range of operating voltages, signal levels, temperatures and other factors, then tweak, and test some more. In the 1970s, Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis (SPICE), a program for simulating circuits on a mainframe computer was developed. Engineers could create, analyze and modify circuits using software, improving the accuracy of the design before soldering a single component.

Price: $24.00
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