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Monday, November 08, 2010

Op amps for everyone – Ron Mancini

The operational amplifier ("op amp") is the most versatile and widely used type of analog IC, used in audio and voltage amplifiers, signal conditioners, signal converters, oscillators, and analog computing systems. Almost every electronic device uses at least one op amp. This book is Texas Instruments' complete professional-level tutorial and reference to operational amplifier theory and applications.

Here is a PDF Version from Texas Instruments - Amplifiers & Linear

Op Amps for Everyone Design Guide (Rev. B)

Preview the Book at Google Books -

Op amps for everyone: design reference By Ron Mancini

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Genie - Educational Microcontroller System

Low-cost microcontroller programming system for Education. Easy-to-use flowchart software, add intelligence and control to your designs. USB or Serial Cable for Programming.
Some Features
  • Run multiple programs at the same time.
  • Run & Test programs live.
  • Unique Plug & Play USB Cable.
  • Compatible with Picaxe circuits & PIC Logicator.
  • Supports advanced I/O such as events, interrupts and infrared.
  • On-screen monitoring and calibration of digital and analogue signals
Genie E18 Activity Kit - PCB118

Experiment with the GENIE E18 microcontroller. 2 digital input switches, 3 analogue inputs and 8 outputs (1 medium power output, 1 piezo sounder output and 6 LED outputs).

Genie - Educational Microcontroller System

From - Circuit Wizard - New Wave Concepts Limited.

Revolutionary new system that combines circuit design, PCB design, simulation and CAD/CAM manufacture in one complete package.

(Feedback - The Genie site is on Flash, it would be better if Buttons are provided in place of Menus. This will make it easy for all Kids  )

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."

Friday, January 22, 2010

Transistorized from - PBS Online - Tutor

Peek at some of Brattain and Schockley's Lab Notes

Lesson 2: Scientists at Work
Students select an electronic invention and research who and what contributed to it.

Lesson 4: Using Transistors
Students build circuits to see how transistors function as switches or amplifiers.

Transistorized from - PBS Online - Tutor