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In this class, students will learn electronic theory by building low voltage electronic circuits using solderless “breadboards”, and measuring the parameters predicted with a multimeter. Through demonstrations and minimal instruction, theory will be taught, but the major thrust of the course will be “hands-on”. Some of the projects will involve creating circuitry to flash LED lights, and to produce tones that will come out of a small loudspeaker. Each student will be given the parts to build a copy of the circuit built by the instructor. The students will come away with a basic understanding of electronic terms and an understanding of basic schematic diagrams. Most of the theory will come from the ARRL Amateur Radio Handbook. The multimeter, parts and breadboard will be provided by the teacher, and then kept by the students after the class is over. NO CLASS OCTOBER 7th! About the Instructor: Mr. Ed Schoepke has about 35 years of experience in the field of electrical engineering, and also learned about electronics and building electronic projects in his early teen years at home and at a local Amateur Radio club. He is excited about sharing what he learned at a young age regarding electronics. He graduated with a BSEE degree from NJ Institute of Technology. *Class needs a minimum of 5 students to run and we will need to purchase supplies in advance*