It makes no difference whether you are a beginner or
someone simply looking into the possibility of doing some work in
electronics technology ...
It makes no difference whether you are a student or
practicing professional ...
There is something here for you.
few technologies require such high levels of both theory and hands-on skill as
electronics. (Maybe brain surgery, but electronics is on that same list). Come
on in and look around. If learning something or something more about electronics
is on your do-list, you've arrived at the right place.
Electronics is cool. I should know ... I spent a portion of my
life working with military and civilian electronics; and then an
even larger portion teaching and writing about it. And you know
what? After fifty years, I've never grown tired of it. ~Dave Heiserman
Activities are intended to get you directly involved in a
learning program. There are a number of different types of
activities--flash cards, Endless Examples & Exercises,
research projects, and more.
Ohm's Law. Endless exercises for solving Ohm's Law.
The real value is not simply knowing how to use the
Ohm's Law equation, but rather the skills required for
working problems using scientific notation.
Calculating DC Power Levels. Endless exercises for
solving power equations for dc circuits. The real value
is not simply knowing how to use the power equations,
but rather the skills required for working problems
using scientific notation.
Basic Electronic Circuit Analysis An extensive
series of interactive circuit-analysis exercises, from
finding the total resistance of a simple series circuit
through a total analysis of complex RCL circuits.
Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe
Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can
download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for
Combinational Logic Virtual Lab
Combinational Logic Circuits and Tables
Digital IC Briefs
Digital IC Directory
Interactive Shift-Register Demos
More after a brief word from our sponsors ...
Are you aware of every sub-discipline in the category
of engineering technology? Perhaps not.
You might discover something very exciting that you
didn't know existed!
I hope you understand that the purpose of Free-Ed-Net is
NOT to sell you stuff. Zillions of other sites are fully
dedicated to that purpose. I simply want to help you
discover what can be so compelling and downright exciting
about electronics. However, it is also fun, and even
necessary, to do some hands-on electronics--and that means
spending some money for instruments, components, and
supplies. So you will see some ads for such things sprinkled
here and there on the site.
Sitting here, 55 years into electronics, I can say there
is no better resource reference and learning resource for
this time than this book. (I wish I had written it.)