EE Video Blog EE – David L. Jones

Off-the-cuff video blog and Podcast of interest to anyone involved in electronics design. Electronics professionals, hobbyists, hackers, and makers will find something of interest here.

EEVblog – Electronics Engineering Video Blog

David L. Jones is an electronics design engineer based in Sydney Australia. He has over 20 years experience in the electronics design industry.

EE Video Blog EE - David L. Jones

If you are into electronics, computers, or anything else remotely technical, then I’m sure there will be something of interest for you here. There are various electronic projects,

TRONNORT Technology – Electronics Resourse Site

Larry Barello – Designer of Embedded Systems

Hobby robotics and programming of the Atmel AVR series of micro controllers. Larry Barello is a designer of embedded processors for industrial, medical and communications industries.Larry Barello - Designer of Embedded Systems

Larry Barello – Designer of Embedded Systems

Small real time operating system RTOS called AvrX, short for AVR Executive. he latest is tuned to work with the GNU and IAR C compilers.

Play-Hookey – Online Classroom

This Website is intended for those intrepid individuals who, for whatever reason, find themselves looking for a less than formal approach to useful education in a number of technical fields.

Play-Hookey – Online Classroom

Digital logic is at the core of all digital computers, and yet it is entirely based on three fundamental operations, designated AND, OR, and NOT. See how it’s possible in these pages…..
These pages now include coverage of the major logic families as well as some practical experiments that you can perform with real components to see for yourself how they work.

  • DC Electronic Theory.
  • AC Electronic Theory.
  • Op Amps and Analog Circuits.
  • Take a look at optics.
  • What’s inside these semiconductors?

Line Clock - Play-Hookey

Line Clock – Play-Hookey

“In many digital circuits, we need a regular and continuous train of pulses to control the timing of various circuits. In some cases, we want two separate pulse trains, one the inverse of the other. In other cases, we may want two square wave pulse trains in quadrature….”

(An Excellent Interactive Resource, Technically Accurate, Electronics Edutainment – delabs)

The Scots Guide to Electronics

This course is designed to help you learn about components, circuits, and the use of electronics. You can explore the contents in whatever order you wish.The emphasis is on providing information starting at the ‘absolute beginners’ level, but we hope eventually to provide material of use to anyone interested in electronics and its applications …

The Scots Guide to Electronics

This section of the Scots Guide deals with Analogue Electronics with a special emphasis on Audio-related topics. There are also some specialist pages on the properties of cables as these relate to audio.

The Scots Guide to Electronics

The First Eleven – Basic electronics courses sometimes make it appear as if electronic engineers have an obsession with voltmeters, batteries, and oscilloscopes. That’s because it’s often convenient to talk about these when presenting a course at a university, college, or wherever. In reality, the physics and electronics of practical systems like Hi-Fi’s, TV’s, computers, etc, are much more interesting.

The main components used in electronics are of two general types: passive (e.g. resistors and capacitors) and active (e.g. transistors and integrated circuits). The main difference between active and passive components is that active ones require to be powered in some way to make them work. Active components can also be used to amplify signals.

by J. C. G. Lesurf University of St Andrews Astronomy Group, Scotland.