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hobby circuit books for projects on breadboard

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hey ive done the stuff like 555 timer,diode and ldr and stuff on the breadboard like vinoth8051 told me...
but i want to do more circuits and complex ones for experience and fun too...
is there any book which show you how to make such circuit on the board and has such projects and stuff explained....
thanks
 

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Here are some sites I have used in the past. They are in no particular order, except I have found the first three to be most useful when I am searching for something. The last two are commercial. I have absolutely no connection with them and hope it is not considered spam here.

John

Electronic Circuits - Free Electronic Circuits
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Official Home Page of the Roman Black
Laurier's Handy Dandy Little Circuits
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Picprojects main project index page
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FC's Electronic Circuits
Electronics Lab - Home

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if you are looking for a simple way to connect a microcontroller to your breadboard have a look at the microstick
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it has an onboard USB programmer and a header to plug into a breadboard to connect to your circuits.
 

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