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Author Topic: Heathkit EK-1 "Basic Electricity" 1959 -- Build  (Read 6806 times)
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« on: September 16, 2014, 07:14:31 AM »

Dear eham readers,

I know that most of you will find the following way too elementary. But I am picturing someone who may not even be a ham yet and hasn't yet studied for the test. Someone who has a liberal-arts education but is intrigued by electronics and radio. They have to start somewhere! Besides, within a few weeks we'll be wading into much harder material. So it's good, and fun, to start with the basics and get a good foundation.

CHAPTER 1, "Electricity and Series and Parallel Circuits" is here: http://tinyurl.com/o7j9avm.

To get the best display of this material, click on the first photo in the gallery. Then, click on the "Full Screen" button at top left. Finally, click on the "pause" button at the bottom, enabling you to view the photos at your own pace (you should be able to navigate forwards and backwards using the right and left arrow keys).

To avoid potential copyright issues, and to increase my own enjoyment, I have mostly used my own words to describe this course in Basic Electricity. This means I may have made some mistakes, and I would appreciate your help in correcting them.

73 de Martin, KB1WSY
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