Showing posts with label EE-Education. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EE-Education. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Learn Electrical Engineering or EE Tutorials

From Basic Physics to  Electricity and Magnetism. Basic Electrical Circuits to Electronics. Some good Tutorials in the Web from around the World.

High School Electricity Tutors in French
These are excellent Java Applets to Teach Physics and Electricity for Young Students. Translate it easily using the Google Toolbar. Some good ones are Wheatstone Bridge, RLC circuit under sinusoidal, Moving coil galvanometer and Electrodynamic wattmeter.
Physics and Simulation

EE Tutorials Online Sydney University
Tutorial covers Introduction to PC, Matlab Tutorial, Science & Technology. Introduction to the Oscilloscope and other good tutors are here.
School of Electrical and Information Engineering at Sydney University

Learn Electrical Engineering or EE Tutorials

Basic Electrical Concepts Tutor
Tutorial from the pages of E. J. Mastascusa Professor of Electrical Engineering at Bucknell University. Here Electrical Elements, Digital Signals and Logic, Time/Frequency and Measurements are covered.
Electrical Engineering Lessons Start Page

DC/AC Circuits Reference
These pages are excellent Learning pages for the EE/Science student. Pages on Mathematics too at Physics/Math References by Lewis A. Riley - Ursinus College.
Lew Riley : Physics/Math References

Circuit Basics Quick Reference
Circuit Elements, Circuit Analysis Methods, System Behavior and Sample Problems. This "Things you should know" page is also like a Quick Reference Card for electronics study. Learning itself is a wealth, and only studying with enthusiasm, assimilates knowledge. These pages from American Institutions are a beacon for students and teachers in many other countries. Erik Cheever Engineering Department Swarthmore College. What You Should Know

EE Demos on Circuit Behavior
These are interactive demonstrations of basic circuit concepts. Learning is easy with Edutainment. It also leaves a lasting memory of fundamental theory rules & laws. Good designs are possible only when the Book Knowledge and Practical Tinkering progress synchronously. So learn and build, over and over again, till they anneal into Productive Skills.

This is one-stop shopping for nearly anything you might want to know about electricity and magnetism. From André-Marie Ampère to Wilhelm Weber, from 600 BC to the 21st century, from one end of the World Wide Web to the other: Mag Lab U Learning about Electricity and Magnetism

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Educypedia the educational encyclopedia.

Educypedia is an information resource about scientific and educational material: electronics, science, engineering, encyclopedia and information technology.

De Beer Gino an Engineer of Belgium had made a Resource called Educypedia ..."A free online encyclopedia, stands for educational encyclopedia. The goal is providing people a gateway the best electronic sources (technical and scientific matter) on the internet." - EE Library at EEMetric

Early 2000 Educypedia

This Resource was most popular in the late Nineties to early 2000 times. Then he hosted it in a domain Around 2009 the links to the valuable pages are broken.

Educypedia Electronics Mirror - Thanks to

This is the best mirror of educypedia, but many outgoing links are broken as many websites have gone ! See most at "The WayBack Machine" Even the Lost ones.

Educypedia - Electronics
- Thanks to

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Connexions - share educational material

A place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute.

Connexions - share educational material

Connexions is a dynamic digital educational ecosystem consisting of an educational content repository and a content management system optimized for the delivery of educational content.

A First Course in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Provides readers with a comprehensive, introductory look at the world of electrical engineering. It was originally written by Louis Scharf and Richard Behrens at the University of Colorado. This collection includes MATLAB exercises and diagrams that step readers through a broad range of topics, including phasors, circuit analysis, binary coding, and more.

Freshman Engineering Problem Solving with MATLAB

This course, originating at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic Campus, is intended to introduce freshman engineering students to problem solving using an m-file environment, such as MATLAB, LabVIEW MathScript, Octave, etc. It is designed for the novice programmer, and covers the most commonly used features of the language.

 Digital Electronics Education

Digital Electronics Education

The objective of Advanced Digital Electronics courses is to bridge basic logic gates (combinational circuits) with technical topics related to binary counter topologies (Asynchronous & Synchronous), shift registers, memory, and DSP (Digital Signal Processors) which fall under the sequential devices umbrella

Monday, August 22, 2011

Circuit Builder with Oscilloscope - Physlets

Simulates AC and DC circuits. Created by by Toon Van Hoecke at the Universiteit Gent. Try out small circuits and see response in Meters and Scope. Using the Java Applet Power.

Java 1.1 Physlets and the Circuitbuilder

It has a Oscilloscope and it pops up the oscilloscope window for your circuit tests.


Physlets or Physics Applets, are small flexible Java applets designed for science education.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

EE and Computer Online Learning - MIT

Free Online Course Materials for EE and Computers. Here are resources useful for the EE Students and Teachers. These are at MIT and they are available for all. It is a OpenCourseWare (free).

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT

Students can enhance their learning even at home after the classes using these materials. This will help you grasp what happens in the college the next day.

It is also important to keep yourself physically fit. Some jogging, swimming, cycling and light workout will even strengthen the nervous system.

I would not like to write this here, but i have to. My own experience. Do not build muscles for looks or abnormal growths. Some use hormones, over exercise and even some medicines for artificial growth. At a later age it causes lot of problems due to accelerated aging. Even athletes should refrain from these for the long term interest of their health.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Vernier Software and Technology

They produces hardware and software for data collection in high school, middle school, and college science courses.

Vernier Software and Technology Balancer Project - Vernier Software and Technology

"Vernier co-founder, David Vernier, had been a high school physics and physical sciences teacher for eight years when he began programming his first Precision Timer software application. David's creativity and his passion for science education, combined with his wife Christine's business acumen, were the driving forces behind the early years of Vernier Software & Technology….."

Texas Instruments and Vernier

Shown on right is a Balancer robot that uses a Vernier Low-g Accelerometer to measure the tilt of a long beam. At the start, there are 10 gram weights on each side of the horizontal beam. As weights are added or removed, the beam unbalances and tilts.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Applied Learning Technologies Institute

Applied Learning Technologies Institute

"The Arizona State University, University Technology Office, Applied Learning Technologies Institute is dedicated to the advancement of higher education through research, collaboration, and action. The Institute brings together faculty, researchers, students, and professionals, working hand in hand with programmers, engineers, designers, and support staff, toward a common goal; ensuring the success of all learners."

Monday, August 24, 2009

Marshall Leach - Georgia Institute of Technology

W. Marshall Leach, Jr., is a Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering.

Marshall Leach - Georgia Institute of Technology

His areas of Interest are Electromagnetic theory, audio, electroacoustics, electronic circuit design, instrumentation, low noise electronic design, and electromagnetic compatibility.

He Teaches many EE Subjects, some are ..

  • Analog Electronics and Op Amp Design
  • Microelectronic Circuits
  • Audio Engineering and Low Noise Electronic Design
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility

See also Greg's Download Page - A wealth of free software for electronics projects.

Something for the DIY People

Audio Related Things from Marshall Leach

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Interactive Examples and Exercises - Jim Svoboda

James A. Svoboda - ECE Department, Clarkson University has created numerous interactive examples throughout the textbook - Introduction to Electric Circuits. Interactive Examples made of Java Applets.

Interactive Examples and Exercises - Jim Svoboda

The Interactive Exercise shown here considers a similar, but different, circuit. Like the Interactive Example, the Interactive Exercise poses a problem, then accepts and checks the user's answer. Student learning is further supported by extensive help, in the form of worked example problems, available from within the Interactive Exercise using the “Worked Example” button.

Interactive Examples and Exercises - Jim Svoboda

Circuit Design Lab

The Circuit Design Lab consists of several Java applets, each providing an opportunity to experiment with the design of a particular circuit:

Variations of this problem are obtained using the “New Problem” button. We can peek at the answer using the “Show Answer” button. The Interactive Example and Exercises provide hundreds of addition practice problems with countless variations, all with answers that are checked immediately by the computer.


Basic Electronics
Basics of Electronics
Product Production
Work Discipline
Testing Points
Learning Electronics
Electronics Theory

Production Notes
Prototype Fabrication
Electrical Circuits

Scots Guide Electronics
Engineering - Wikibooks
Design Lab - Jim Svoboda
DC Circuits UOG
Socratic Electronics
Blobz Guide Electric Circuits

Product Design
Product Development
Constant Current Source
Good Voltage Regulators
Insulation Resistance
Digital Insulation Tester
DN Schematic PCB 04
DN Product Design 07

Hobby Circuits
VU Meter Circuits
LED brightness control
555 Incredible Chip
Process Control
liquid level measurement
Thermocouples and RTD
Design ADC Interface uC
Thermocouple Amplifier
IA Instrumentation 02
Temperature on DMM
Optical Proximity Switch
Analog Mux - Data Acquisition

Test Measurement
Instrumentation Automation
NI Test and Measurement
DMM Digital Multi Meter
Oscilloscope in T&M
IA Automation 01
Build Instruments
Tektronix T&M Equipment
Educators Corner – Agilent

Power Electronics
UPS Background
Transformer Connections
DN Power Electronics 03
DN Power Electronics 02
Half Bridge Convertor SG3525

Interfacing Microcontrollers
Embedded Process Control
80C31 8052 Microcontroller
Microprocessors and uC
Embedded Systems Design

Good Voltage Regulators
Relays and Contactors
Potentiometers Trimpots
Prototype Boards Types
Types of Capacitors
Types of Switches
Resistors How they Work
Coils Transformers SMPS
Mains Transformers Types
DN Components Selection 05

Tutor Gadgets
Count-Up Timer
Digital Logic Gates
Electronics Tutors

Teaching Instruments
Charles Proteus Steinmetz
Muntzing a Circuit Design
Teralab Electronics projects
Historical Instruments

Tables, Charts, Videos
Binary and Hex
Resistor Color Code
Ohms Law
Giga, Tera, Pico, Nano
High Resistance Materials

School - Analog Design
DN Analog Basics 06
DN Op-Amps 01
TI Semiconductors