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Hello there,

Nice to meet you!My name is Dragos.And I am a beginner in electronic and electrical engineering.I want some advices from you.I want to learn simulation S.P.I.C.E., using Mcro-CAP 12, or any profesional program,and I want to know how to begin the process of learning.I want to know from where I can get some great material resources for electrical and electronics schematics for all levels beginner-intermediate-advanced from analog and digital electronics. and books.
I want seriously to develop me how much I can, firstly in designing and simulation in those areas analog and digital electronics, but and others., like microelectronics, power electronics,RF&Microwaves, programming, microcontrollers and so on, beacause I always I think that we must develop with passion and dedications for great results. for this Earth, I want with your help to have a practicaly and clearly perspective.Please, any advice will help me..Do you know... ? To be the best you must have a mentor for a direction, and to give the best from the best to get great results:):)

Thank you for understanding,

Dragos.
 

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Of course the internet is like having a free library full of electronics books. Free software too.
Hardware costs add up, although you can reduce expense if you:
* scavenge from old equipment
* purchase used
* purchase assortments
* purchase from discount mail order houses
Etc.

Does your neighborhood have an electronics store? Radio Shack? Not that you should ask their salesmen a lot of questions, but such places can be a path to meet other electronics enthusiasts.

Avoid trying to work with high voltage (or house voltage) until you know what safety precautions to follow.
Come to think of it, certain battery types need attention to safe handling, too. Li-ion for instance.
 

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Hi,

Electronics is such a wide area .... you can not learn all at once.
And as hard as you try you will never come to an end.

You need to define by your own what little targets you want to reach.

****
Let's say you want to learn "the world".
Where to start?
* In America, Europe, Africa ... ?
* In the cities or in rural areas?
* talking to people (Which language?) Or just by looking? Or in a school?
* in the seas? Underground? In the air/space? On mainland?
* with people, with animals, with nature, with physics, with philosophy?
.... and many other aspects...

--> Ask 100 people and get 100 different answers.

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One may say: start with school, start with basics like resistors, capacitors, transistors, start with Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's law..

But if you want to write code an FPGA ... alll this may be more or less useless.
Or if you want to design a SAW filter for HF...

Klaus
 

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