Electronics Weblinks

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The IEE
The Institution of Electrical Engineers.
Talking Electronics
An electronics education site and seperate shop.
Engineering Tools
Windows, PocketPC and Palm engineering programs that turn your calculating hours into minutes.
BatteryUniversity.com
An on-line resource that provides practical battery knowledge for engineers, educators, students and battery users alike.
DC-DC Converter - Maxim
Tutorial with basic descriptions and circuit diagrams.
HDMI
High Definition Multimedia Interface.
Jointing of Copper Busbars
Busbar joining methods and joint resistance.
Smart Gauge - Technical Information
Pages with hands on experience of charging, balancing and discharging batteries and battery banks.
Eeweb.com
This resistor calculator is popular because it calculates values for 4, 5 and 6 band resistors.
Picaxe.com
UK-sourced microcontroller system based on a range of Microchip PICs.
RF Caf
RF, Microwave, Wireless, Cellular, Radar, Satellite, & Analog Engineering.
CircuitLAB.com
Sketch, simulate, and share schematics.
coldamp.com
Interesting documents related to class D technology, coldamp products and to help you building your own application.
Foundation Technology
An electronics manufacturing services provider focussed on business sectors requiring high-reliability products, including aerospace, defence, oil and gas, mass transportation, nuclear energy, security and scientific instrumentation.
Learn EMC
A great EMC tutorial site with examples, guidelines, hints and tips.
NASA Tin Whisker (and Other Metal Whisker) Homepage
The objectives of this site are to provide the government, industry and academia with: basic info, mitigation guidelines, experiment status and references.
NREL Photovoltaic Research
NREL research into photovoltaics: silicon materials, polycrystalline films, new materials, performance, reliability and the engineering of arrays of cells for renewables.
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