World’s first Red Pitaya book now available from Elektor

August 4, 2016 | 08:25
World’s first Red Pitaya book now available from Elektor
World’s first Red Pitaya book now available from Elektor
Elektor is proud to bring to you the very first Red Pitaya book ever to be published. The Red Pitaya is a credit card sized, open source test and measurement board that can be used to replace most measurement instruments used in electronics laboratories. It is a network attached device based on Linux that can be controlled using Matlab, LabVIEW, Python, Scilib and Visual Programming language.

This book is not just an introduction to the Red Pitaya but an introduction to electronics in general. It aims to teach the principles and applications of basic electronics by carrying out real experiments using the Red Pitaya, and includes chapters about the theory and use of electronics components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors and much more through fun and interesting experiments.

The book is written for college students or freshmen university students, but although it is aimed at beginners, readers with some basic knowledge of electronics should also find it useful. It is also a very useful referencing source for anyone interested in building electronic projects — so a must have for all enthusiasts out there.

So order today to get your hands on a copy of this first-of-its-kind book, now available in the Elektor Store!

Special introductory price & Free Shipping until August 10, 2016 >>
 
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