OCR LEVEL 3
GUIDED LEARNING HOURS: 60
PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL AND
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UNIT 4: Principles of electrical and elect
C O N T E N T S
01. Passive devices, Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors.
02. Semiconductor Diodes and its uses.
03. Zener Diode and its applications.
04. Special types of Diodes.
05. Transistors- Bipolar, Testing and Applications
Electronic Lecture Notes
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Dr. Neil Townsend
Michaelmas Term 2001
The goal of the course is to learn how to develop solutions to measurement problems, in
particular noninvasive measurements of physiological parameters. The course will
introduce some basic physio
PHYS 331: Junior Physics Laboratory I
Notes on Analog Circuits
Digital circuits deal, in principle, with only two values of voltage, whereas analog circuits
process signals with continuous variation of voltage. In fact, of course, no macroscopic signal is
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School of Electrical Engineering, Dept. of Physical Electron. Tel-Aviv University,
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Part I - Introduction and mathematical foundations
1. Refreshing known concepts
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED CIENCES
WALID K. HAMOUDEI
Summary of basic electronic parameters and components
Voltage: Voltage is the difference in charge between two points, measured in Volts.
Failures and successes: Notes on the development of
Felix Stalder. Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto
Between 1997 and 2001, two mid-sized communities in Canada hosted
North Americas most
Introduction to electronics
This workshop will introduce you to a number of electrical components and prototyping techniques with the aim of
building a small sound producing circuit.
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