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View Resource Digital Signal Processing

Digital signal processing is a technique that uses digital methods to process signals. Processing a signal means manipulating it to improve it, change it, or alter it as required for some application. Some examples of processes are filtering, modulation and demodulation, mixing, spectrum analysis, compression and decompression, and many others. In the past, most of these processes have been...

View Resource MOSFETs

MOSFETs are not new. In fact, production devices were first available in the mid-1960s. Today they are the most widely used transistor type in electronic circuits. While MOSFETs are covered in all electronic technology textbooks and solid state courses in community colleges, they are not given the emphasis their leadership in the industry represents. Most texts and courses continue to stress...

View Resource Certifications

Certification is the process of having your knowledge, skills, and/or experience verified by an independent source for the purpose of proving to others your competency in a particular field. Most certifications rely on investigation of your education and experience and one or more exams to verify your eligibility for certification. Certification is useful to electronic technicians as it provides...

View Resource Fourier Theory

This module, developed by the Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC) project called Work-Ready Electronics, presents the basis and applications of Fourier theory. On this site, visitors will find five sections: Frequency Domain View of Electronic Signals, the Frequency Domain, The Fourier Theory: A Technician Level Explanation, Bandwidth, and Applications of Fourier Theory. ...

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