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Some Electronics Things
JR's Need to Know Series
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Some Electronics Things[edit]

JR's Need to Know Series[edit]

Theory
Parts
Electronics
Capacitor
Resistor
Diode
Transistor
Thyristor
Analogue electronics
Boolean logic
Logic gate
Schmitt trigger
Field-programmable gate array
Complex programmable logic device
Kirchhoff's circuit laws
Ohm's law
Norton's theorem
Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem
Thévenin's theorem
Millman's theorem
Electronic component
4000 series
555 timer IC
7400 series
Ammeter
BNC connector
Multivibrator
Category 5 cable
Characteristic impedance
Crystal radio receiver
Electronic oscillator
Electronic power supply
Dual in-line package
Relay
Earth's magnetic field
Electronic color code
Electronic test equipment
Error detection and correction
GNU Radio
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Global Positioning System
Incandescent light bulb
Photoresistor
Light-emitting diode
Line code
Operational amplifier
Moore's law
Morse code
Multimeter
N connector
Nickel-metal hydride battery
Lithium-ion polymer battery
PAL
Programmable logic device
Radio clock
RC circuit
Rogowski coil
Root mean square
Thermistor
Transformer
Transducer
Yagi-Uda antenna
Zener diode
Zero insertion force
ZigBee