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This is the BEST basic electronics course on the internet. Why? Because it is organized so you can select your areas of interest and go directly to them. Most internet courses are disorganized and it is hard to find particular information and follow their train of thought. There is a lot of good information on the internet but finding it and organizing it takes a lot of time, skill and effort. We have done all that for you. Enjoy. Whatever your interest or current level of knowledge you can find valuable information here in our FREE electronics course. If you are a rank beginner or have a post doctorate in electrical engineering you can find informative material in our course. You are encouraged but not obligated to buy the books we suggest to supplement the free material. This is our only means of support.
FIRST: Look over the course table and quickly browse through all the links. This will give you a feel for where you should start depending on your current skill level and also an idea of where you can go with the course. Print out these pages and use it to track your progress by placing check marks in the "Check Box" column labeled CK.
SECOND: Write down your objectives for the course in the space below. Answer the question, "what do you want to learn from this course". What is your purpose for spending your time on this course, and what do you want to do with the information? Then, organize and schedule your time.
|Study Guide & Test:||Bell South Electronics Study Guide and Test http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/710041.pdf|
Phase I: Electricity
Phase V: Advanced
|Introduction (1)||Amateur Radio|
|Antennas & Wavelength||Power Supplies-Ckts|
|Books - Basic Electronics||Radio Astronomy|
Phase II: Components:
|Books - More Books||Ref. I - Engineering|
|Books - Top 10||Ref. II - Electronics|
|Resistors & Circuits (4)||Calculations/Conversions||Resonant Circuits|
|Ohms Law (5)||Calculators for Electronics||RF Design|
|Capacitors and Circuits (6)||Circuit Design - SPICE||RF Cafe|
|Inductors (7)||Circuits and Science||Robots|
Phase III: Workshop
|DSP - Design - Tutorial||Simulation|
|Math for Electronics (8)||Electronics Links||Smith Charts|
|Shop Practices (9)||Engineer on a Disk||SAS|
Test Equipment (10)
|FCC||Software - Electronics|
Soldering - How to (11)
|Ferrite Cores||Software - Engineering|
|Filters||Standards & Formulas|
Phase IV: Active Ckts.
|Transistors/LED's (12)||Formulas - EE||Technical Links|
|Integrated Circuits (13)||HF Transformer Design||Television|
|Digital Electronics (14)||Lasers||Toroids I|
|TTL Logic (15)||MathCAD-Electronics||Toroids II - Calculating|
|Eddy Currents (16)||NEWS-Industry||Transistors/LED's|
|PCB Design||Tutorials - Free Online|
THIRD: Book recommendations and suggestions to accompany this
ELECTRICITY - Schaum's Easy Outline of Basic Electricity or Navy Basic Electricity
|The Circuit Designer's Companion A must have book!|
ENGINEERING - Electrical
Engineering Handbook by Dorf
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