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View Resource A Rough Guide to Electronics

This website on electronics is set up to explain electronics, how it works, and how it relates to the mad lab parts for their electronic kits. The lessons are free and gives good basic information for the beginner. MadLab presents an absolute beginner's guide to electronics. Following this short course (7 lessons) will lead you from basic ideas about electronics right up to an understanding of...

View Resource Hyperphysics-Capacitors

This web page, created by Rod Nave of Georgia State University, provides a hyperlinked concept map covering the physics of capacitors. Topics ranging from the basics of energy storage and capacitor geometry to applications of capacitors are included. Simple diagrams help the user understand the related equations. This item is part of a large hyperlinked resource covering all of physics that...

View Resource Learning Modules for an Electronics Curriculum

This site features twenty-four interactive learning modules and fifteen pilot modules offering educational technologies on electronics. All online modules run as Shockwave videos in a browser environment and a utilization guide is provided. The circuits signals and systems communications CCLI Modules available on this site include: Generic Voltage Divider, Caps and Inductors, Circuit Solver,...

View Resource Electrical Engineering Tutorials

This website provides a variety of resources on electronics topics, such as chapters, worksheets and problems in a pdf format. Topics include circuits, resistors, Ohm's law, capacitors and more. PDF documents are provided for each topic.

View Resource Hobby Electronics Tutorial

This site offers easy to understand explainations for the following areas of electronics: How does electricity work? How do Resistors work? How do Diodes work? How do Transistors work? Example Transistor circuit How do capacitors work? How do Inductors work? How does an Eprom work? Example: 555 Relay Timer circuit Example: 555 LED driver circuit Example: 555 LED flasher...

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