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View Resource How to use USB without knowing USB

USB is now a mature technology yet many people are not using it since they perceive it as "too complicated." To date, all USB books and most USB technical articles have presented USB as a "technical wonder" and the reader is flooded with details such as packet types and descriptor parsing. Not surprisingly, many people who could take advantage of USB are holding back. This paper treats USB as a...

View Resource FabCentral

Fab Labs are the educational outreach component for the Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Fab Lab is an abbreviation for Fabrication Laboratory. It is a group of off-the-shelf, industrial-grade fabrication and electronics tools, wrapped in open source software and programs written by researchers at the Center for Bits and Atoms. Currently the labs...

View Resource Doing Physics with Computers

This page is an overview of the impact of computers on the field of physics. Are computers absolutely necessary for research, especially in physics? In 1987 the Nobel Prize for physics went to Alex Muller and Georg Bednorz for their work on superconductivity which did not require a computer for their research. Computers can help enormously with tedious routine tasks, however physics research...

View Resource Electronic Circuits

Created by Work-Ready Electronics, a project of the Advanced Technological Education module walks visitors through How Electronic Circuits and Systems Work using input, output, and process examples for each branch of electronics. There is a quiz to test what students learned in the module in the Knowledge Probe section, and the Learning Resources section contains two activities to help cement...

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