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An introduction to basic electronic components. There is a glossary of common electronic terminology and tables of data of electrical quantities.
A useful introduction to electronics, covering circuits, resistors, capacitors and semi conductors and explaining all the relevant principles.
Ebooks with quick access to animations and Java simulations about electronics. Also links to over a hundred sites rich in animation and simulation about physics and electronics.
Read how electronic noses are being used taste beer and help in the brewing process. Registration required
A brief description of how Electronic Ink Will work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
The Electronic Universe contains materials on sciences from all fields, from physics to geology, as well as 'Javalab' - a collection of JAVA physics applets designed for use as a virtual laboratory.
A brief description of how Electronic Gates work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
John Presper Eckert (1919 - 1995) was an Electronic Engineer who's worked with John Mauchly on the invention of the first electronic computer in 1946.
A very specialized high level site from the German laboratory for the study of electromagnetic fields and microwave electronics
Find out how electronics might soon be incorporated into our every day wardrobes.
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