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Discuss about Electronic Problems

RS_Vimperk

New Member
Hello,

I want to discuss about useful problems in this forum. I have a book: Ten Essential Skills for Electrical Engineers by Barry L. Dorr.

The book is available with me in hard-copy and I don't have enough means here to post the problems. Some chapters are very interesting, specially op-amp circuits.

Is it possible for you to cooperate with me? Maybe by suggesting new ideas or sharing.

I want to be an active member in this community, currently i'm working in a company for Electronics but i think i need to refresh my study abilities or incorporate study with practice, if it would be possible.

Perhaps it would be great as well to have mathematics discussions.

Best regards.
 

RS_Vimperk

New Member
I don't know if this file is clear but i'll post it anyway.
 

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tepalia02

Member
Here is a list of 25 OP-AMP based projects: https://www.circuitstoday.com/op-amp-circuits
You can try these.
If you ever get interested in making PCBs, here is an OP-AMP test board that you can try later:
 

Nigel Goodwin

Super Moderator
Most Helpful Member
Here is a list of 25 OP-AMP based projects: https://www.circuitstoday.com/op-amp-circuits
You can try these.
If you ever get interested in making PCBs, here is an OP-AMP test board that you can try later:
That's really nice :D

Be even nicer to mod it so it could do differential as well, or perhaps a different board that does differential, to keep it simple for beginners?.
 

Tony Stewart

Well-Known Member
Most Helpful Member
If you want to play without parts try this simulator.


Lots of standard designs and the mouse wheel and buttons do a lot. The display can only be exceeded by your imagination. > Circuits> Op Amps>Chaotic Circuits>Rossler (enter)
You can select parts or lines then add scope to bottom, scroll time scale then unlock plot to schematic and move into location. https://tinyurl.com/2o6rluek
 
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