Useful websites for electronics (Discontinued)

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Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
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Re Thingmaker



Not sure what I am looking for on this site, seems to be adverts for automobile service data and Spiceworks.

Spiceworks is to be avoided as it causes problems in a good percentage of systems it is installed in and the supplier plagues you with email adverts if you join.
Really? I get 4 of the 6 steps (go figure, but don't see any adverts other than those for purchasing the books on offer. Tpub is a legit site.

Could you give us a screenshot of page?

Dave
 

studiot

Joined Nov 9, 2007
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I don't think I understood how the site worked before.

It has some content (quite a large amount actually) that you can get to by clicking on the centre top link (NEETS) The US Navy Electrical Engineering manual. There are lots of good pages, not just 6 steps.

The adverts are from this new Google 'service' and seem to vary every time you visit the page. Currently they seem to be for Forces penpals and auto service.
 

thingmaker3

Joined May 16, 2005
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Re Thingmaker
Not sure what I am looking for on this site, seems to be adverts for automobile service data and Spiceworks.

Spiceworks is to be avoided as it causes problems in a good percentage of systems it is installed in and the supplier plagues you with email adverts if you join.
Sorry. Never noticed. My firewall is mighty.:D

Try this one instead: http://www.phy.davidson.edu/instrumentation/Files/NEETS/Mod19 - The Technicians Handbook.pdf

Start on page 1-134 of the text (page 144 of the PDF).
 

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Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
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I don't think I understood how the site worked before.

It has some content (quite a large amount actually) that you can get to by clicking on the centre top link (NEETS) The US Navy Electrical Engineering manual. There are lots of good pages, not just 6 steps.

The adverts are from this new Google 'service' and seem to vary every time you visit the page. Currently they seem to be for Forces penpals and auto service.
Open your hosts file and write the following:

Rich (BB code):
127.0.0.1 googlesyndication
You'll never see a Google ad again!

Dave
 

studiot

Joined Nov 9, 2007
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Thanks for that Google tip worth coming here just for that.

:)

Since the Google tip is really off thread please feel free to save space by deleting relevant posts.
 

shankbond

Joined Nov 4, 2007
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to all the moderators or administrators,

guys and gals if any!
i believe that this thread has become a lot more informative than just being a thread ,one of the moderator has done a great job in making this link the very first link in this section.


my suggestion:

how about we make only one post here in this topic and then alphabetically post links with the title written up over to indicate the matter that is supposed to be contained in it ?

my views:

i believe that by doing this this site and forum will again provide more informative and that too very quickly, we can provide the names of all the members who helped us in providing these links.
 

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Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
6,970
to all the moderators or administrators,

guys and gals if any!
i believe that this thread has become a lot more informative than just being a thread ,one of the moderator has done a great job in making this link the very first link in this section.


my suggestion:

how about we make only one post here in this topic and then alphabetically post links with the title written up over to indicate the matter that is supposed to be contained in it ?

my views:

i believe that by doing this this site and forum will again provide more informative and that too very quickly, we can provide the names of all the members who helped us in providing these links.
It's a good suggestion and one I might look at implementing as this thread swells. It would be more manageable and easier to read for those navigating to this page. I may restart the thread and run it as this one with people suggesting new websites - I can continually update the OP which will act as the master list of websites. I will think about how to format the listing.

Thanks for the suggestion.

Or perhaps it's time for this forum to embed a link to a wiki of some nature.
We have considered a wiki before and ditched the idea on the basis of A) vandalism and B) the ubiquitous and technical nature of electronics and appropriate/useful websites.

I still would like to reintroduce the links page we had in the e-book. All in good time.

Dave
 

web

Joined Feb 17, 2008
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I organized the links in this thread that were easy to organize. Apologies to those whose links I missed.


[size=+1]Datasheet Collections[/size]
Datasheet Archive
All Datasheets
Datasheet Catalog
datasheets.org.uk
Datasheet4u.com
TopeWay
DigChip.com
Tube Datasheets - drtube
Tube Data Sheet Locator (software) - duncanamps


[size=+1]Semiconductor Manufacturers[/size]
Altera
Analog Devices
Fujitsu Microelectronics
International Rectifier
Intersil Corporation
Linear Technology
Maxim Integrated Products, Dallas Semiconductor
National Semiconductor
NTE Inc.
NXP Semiconductors
STMicroelectronics
Sharp Microelectronics
Texas Instruments
Vishay
Xilinx
Zetex
Zilog


[size=+1]Passive Component Manufacturers[/size]
Ohmite
ROHM Electronics
Sprague-Goodman Electronics
Switchcraft


[size=+1]Electronic Component Suppliers[/size]
Digi-Key
Mouser Electronics
Newark


[size=+1]Component Identification[/size]
IC Prefixes - Chip Directory
LED Information and Technical Data - TheLEDLight
Marking Codes and Component Identification - Educypedia
SMT/SMD Marking Codes - TKB-4u.com


[size=+1]Circuit Simulation/Analysis[/size]
SPICE Files and Tutorials - eCircuit Center
LTspice/SwitcherCAD (software) - Linear Technology
EIS Spectrum Analyser (impedance analyzer software) - A. Bondarenko, G. Ragoisha, Belarusian State University
Circuit Simulator Applet (java) - falstad
Current Limiting Resistor Calculator for LEDS (java) - ledcalc


[size=+1]Educational/Training/Learning (ebooks, manuals, etc.)[/size]
Socratic Electronics Project - T. Kuphaldt, ibiblio
OCW Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - MIT
A Review of Electronics - E. Tuttle, University of Denver
Electronics & Programming eBooks - e-dsp
RF Engineering and Fundamentals eBooks - RF Zone
Electronics Articles - electronic portal, kazus
Army & Navy Electronics Manuals - Integrated Publishing
Navy Electricity and Electronics Training - Davidson College

MOS Op Amp Design: A Tutorial Overview - P. Gray, R. Meyer, SMU
Op Amps for Everyone, Design Guide - Texas Instruments

Microcontroller Programming eBooks - mikroElektronika
Microcontrollers and Programming - electroSofts
Microcontrollers - myTutorialCafe
PLCs, Automated Manufacturing Systems - H. Jack, Grand Valley State

CMOS VLSI Design - N. Weste, D. Harris, cmosvlsi.com
Design of VLSI Systems - Signal Processing Lab, Swiss Inst of Technology
FPGA Information - J. Nicolle, fpga4fun
VHDL Tutorial - W. Zhang, University of California

Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing - S. Smith, dspguide

How to Design Programs - MIT Press

Circuit Board Repair and Rework Guide - Circuit Technology Center

Physics (for electromagnetics) - B. Crowell, lightandmatter
Electricity and Magnetism - HyperPhysics, Georgia State University
History of the Integrated Circuit - icknowledge


Admins and Mods, please edit my post to make it better. Thanks.

-web
 
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