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View Resource Electronics Learning-Resources on the Web

The links on this page are to background information which students taking electronics courses (particularly PHY2003, PHY3128) may find helpful. The descriptors used in the tables are explained at the bottom of the page. Topics include Circuit Analysis and Complex Variables, Techniques and Good Practice, Oscilloscopes, Passive Components, Diodes, Transistors, Op-Amps, Filters, Digital Signal,...

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...

View Resource Basic Electronics Tutorials

This site gives a number of tutorials and information to help students and instructors develop a knowledge and understanding of the basics of Electronics. Topics include amplifiers, inductors, capacitors, electromagnetism, transformers, transistors and more.

View Resource The Transistor Game

In this game, your job working at a Transistor Recycling Centre is to ensure that only items containing transistors are sent to the recycling machine. Goods enter the recycling machine via a conveyer belt, and you must remove all the items that do not contain transistors. You are awarded one point for each item that you correctly remove from the belt. If you mistakenly remove an item with a...

View Resource Semiconductor Strand Assessment

This brief assessment on semiconductor strands is intended to be used after students have completed the introductory activities on this topic - How Electrons Move, Semiconductors, and Transistors. The assessment consists of 31 multiple choice and short answer questions. Although a preview of the activity is available, instructors and students are encouraged to sign up with the Electron...

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