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If you have forgot or lost your password you can use the Lost Password Recovery Form On this form you should enter the registered email address for your user account. An email will be sent to that address shortly after entering the details with instructions for resetting your password...
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We have added a Videos section to the main All About Circuits site as a compliment to the E-book Volumes and Worksheets. The video lectures were created by by Tim Fiegenbaum of North Seattle Community College and are available on a variety of topics, including: Electronic Systems Basic...
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Recently I stumbled across a selection of blogs at Matlab Central written by engineers and developers from The Mathworks on the inner workings of Matlab. Described by The Mathworks as: The code snippets, workarounds, and general Matlab workings are a real help for anyone who uses Matlab a...
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Many web browsers these days have spell-checkers built into them, or can use add-ons to add spell-checking capabilities. However, this is not the standard set-up on the majority of web browsers in use (notably Internet Explorer). All About Circuits has spell-checking built into the forums and...
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Previously I blogged about the Socratic Project, a free project of worksheets and questions designed to support the material covered in the AAC e-book. Recently the Socratic Project was fully integrated into All About Circuits, available from here. As per the original project the following...
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The All About Circuits e-book is published under the terms and conditions of the Design Science License (DSL) which outlines how the material may be used, including how the material may be copied, distributed, and modified. The conditions are generally clear and concise, however from time to...
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Last night Windows Vista SP1 came through on Windows Update following an update to my sound card driver (SP1 had been held off due to a selection of conflicting drivers). Having heard some good things about SP1 I installed it and thus far everything is fine. One thing I did notice was that by...
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RSS syndication is enabled here at All About Circuits. This allows you to view newly created threads in guest viewable forums without visiting the board. The feeds are currently provided for a range of services, including Google and My Yahoo. Details for individual forums are listed on our...
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Matlab is a very powerful numerical computing environment which enables the user to perform complex mathematical and scientific function with relative ease. One of the biggest issues with Matlab is the price of it. Students can purchase an un-upgradable version for less than $100 (~£50), however...
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(I originally posted this on the forums). Matlab is a proprietary numerical computing environment developed by the Mathworks which allows for matrix manipulation and mathematical analysis across a wide range of engineering and scientific disciplines. Through out my time using Matlab I have...
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A couple of years back we started a thread asking for suggestions for useful websites that members have come across that have helped in all aspects of electronics, from information, learning, software etc. The original thread is one of the most viewed threads here at AAC: Useful Websites for...
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Many people who use Matlab might not be aware of the File Exchange over at Matlab Central. As described on the Matlab site: Files are organised into 26 different categories depending on application. Files include Matlab functions, help files, cheat-sheets, and mini-projects. These files...
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The e-book here at AAC is an unfinished and continuous piece of work. We get weekly recommendations for corrections and improvements to the e-book, and as such the e-book relies on the many people who use it to improve the content. Although the editing of the final version of the e-book is...
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Originally I posted this work around on the forums, I have had some positive feedback from the posts so in order to prevent it getting lost on the forums I thought it a good idea to post it up here. For those of you that might be using Matlab R2006 onwards there is a bug which means if you...
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The newsgroup archive is feature of the All About Circuits Forums that searches decentralized public discussion boards and replicates the discussions locally in a forum-format. Although presented in a forum-format, the newsgroup archive is not open for posting questions and answers like a...
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The Socratic Electronics Project is a free project of worksheets and questions designed to support the material covered in the AAC e-book. The worksheets are available to download as PDF files, and available in the following topic categories: Basic electricity DC electric circuits AC...
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Several people have asked me about downloadable versions of the e-book. All 6 volumes are available for download as PDF files: https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/assets/pdf/direct-current.pdf https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/assets/pdf/alternating-current.pdf...
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