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Electronics S1W1

Basic Terminology and Schematic Symbols

The course:

Starting at the atomic level, or, why we need to understand how electricity and electronics are driven by electrons.

The three things that make electronics work:

......Conductors

......Insulators

......Semiconductors

What is electrical/electronic current?

Intro to basic circuit terminology.

Overview of many schematic symbols

The Semester: (This course is week 1 of this eight week semester.)

Direct Current at the Molecular Level (This class)

Electrical Units; Volts, Ohms, Amps and Watts

Measuring Equipment

Basic DC Circuits; Voltage, Current, Resistance and Power

DC Circuit Analysis; Kirchhoff's Laws; Determining Resistance, Voltage, Current and Power in Series and Parallel Resistive Circuits

Resistors, Potentiometers, and Rheostats

Cells and Batteries

Magnetism and Magnetic Devices; Selonoids and DC Motors

The Program:

Future semesters will include AC Electronics, Solid State Electronics (Transistors, FETs, MOSFETs and JFETs), Transistor and OpAmp theory, Communications Theory and Digital Electronics.

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Rating 4.5 based on 153 ratings
Length 3 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $10
From Udemy
Instructors Richard Vannoy, Richard Vannoy II
Download Videos Only via the Udemy mobile app
Language English
Subjects Personal Development
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easy to understand in 19 reviews

The teacher is easy to understand, engaging and uses his slides and speech in a very complimentary way.

So far it is living up to my expectations the teacher is well organized and easy to understand.

PRETTY GOOD INFO Very interesting Not to informative just yet I like it Explicações muito claras transmitindo segurança The big concept was made Easy to understand.

A very easy to understand entry level guide for those who are interested in knowing more about electronics.

The first lesson was very informative and well presented, easy to understand with plenty examples Good, easy to understand presentation.

Easy to understand.

Very easy to understand explanations.

very nice refresher easy to understand Because it is an important part of electronics to understand and no other lessons cover this.

so far in 13 reviews

Good quality instruction so far, good that it starts with the theory and how electrons behave.

Good so far, skeptical at first, I completed the first section and have learned a lot, eager to learn more.

So far, each lesson is just the right chunk of information - enough to make each concept complete and understandable, but not so much that it,s overwhelming.

good info I wasted money on this joke of a class, no video, the audio is horrible, I can get more out of the free videos on youtube, what a joke So far so good.

Thank you very much for a great course so far.

So far a good ground up class.

So far so good.

very in depth, great about half way in So far it is living up to my expectations Easy to understand.

looking forward in 5 reviews

Looking forward to week two.

very good teacher in 4 reviews

Very good teacher!

Very good teacher.

richard vannoy in 4 reviews

Richard Vannoy seems like he has a solid history as an instructor and I think like I have gained a good, basic understanding of a lot of things that I had been wondering about with regard to electronics.

Excellent - comprehensive content and clear delivery Being a beginner, I could understand it very well as the teacher (Mr. Richard Vannoy II) explains it to the point and with the diagrams.

Being a beginner, I could understand it very well as the teacher (Mr. Richard Vannoy II) explains it to the point and with the diagrams.

feel like in 4 reviews

Just what the doctor ordered, I feel like I'm back in highschool again, only this time without the annoying class mates!!

I feel like this class is helping me establish my foundation along with a few books I have picked up.

Yes a good match I wasted money on this joke of a class, no video, the audio is horrible, I can get more out of the free videos on youtube, what a joke Just what the doctor ordered, I feel like I'm back in highschool again, only this time without the annoying class mates!!

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Rating 4.5 based on 153 ratings
Length 3 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $10
From Udemy
Instructors Richard Vannoy, Richard Vannoy II
Download Videos Only via the Udemy mobile app
Language English
Subjects Personal Development
Tags Personal Development Career Development

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