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Awesome Electronics Course.
Electronics From Soup to Nuts


Do you want to learn more about electronics and how it works? If yes, the Awesome Electronics Course – Electronics from Soup to Nuts – is an excellent choice. This course will introduce you to everything you should know about electronics, starting from the basics to more complex terms and concepts.

Course Description

Electronics is deeply entrenched in our everyday lives. However, not everyone knows how it works. That’s why this course was designed. It explains everything electronics-related, including the history and terminology, before progressing to more complicated subjects.

Course Requirements

You don’t need prior electronics knowledge or anything else to understand this course. Your desire to learn is more than enough.
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Who Is It For?

What You’ll Get

Who's The Instructor?

The creator of the Electronics Soup to Nuts course is Albert Spinosa. If you aren’t familiar with him, Spinosa has been an electronics expert since the 1980s.
He’s been in the business of electricity and electronics for 40 years and is still going strong. He helped develop some of the first video games in the 1980s; he’s been a part of various R&D divisions and has worked on robotics. In addition, Al is a proficient electronics expert.
On that note, Albert Spinosa is also regarded as a fantastic teacher. He’s been teaching newbies about electronics for over 15 years.

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Course Content

The course is divided into 36 sections.
This section explains what the course is about and provides tips on how to fully take advantage of it.
In this section, you dive into the history of electronics and get introduced to the most important names who contributed to its development and advancement.
This section is divided into four lectures that deal with voltage, current flow, resistance, switch and battery action, and Ohm’s law. This section also discusses some of the problems related to Ohm’s law and provides answers to any questions
Here you will learn what voltage is and how to measure it with a voltage meter. Moreover, you will learn series-aiding and series-opposing sources and get introduced to ground reference. The section also deals with AC and DC voltage, voltage conversion, CPS, electric current, Ohm’s law, resistance basics, and much more.
This section deals with resistance in more detail. It discusses different types of resistors and how they’re used and explain the color codes and problems related to them.
Math is a large part of electronics. To better understand electronics, it’s essential to learn how to apply math to electrical and electronics systems. This section explains the connection between math and electronics and discusses the basic terms.
Math for Electronics #1

Here, you will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide negative numbers.

Math for Electronics #2

Everything you need to know about fractions and how to work with them is covered in this section.

Math for Electronics #3

This section covers powers and roots of positive exponents, negative numbers, and numbers with exponents.

Math for Electronics #4

This section discusses what is meant by the power of 10 and how to work with it.

Math for Electronics #5

What are logarithms, antilogs, and natural logs? You’ll find the answers here.

Match for Electronics #6

In this section, you will learn about the metric system, different prefixes, units, and conversions.

Math for Electronics #7

Everything algebra-related is found in this section, including literal numbers, terms and factors, polynomials, different algebraic expressions, etc.

Math for Electronics #8

This section is dedicated to different methods of solving equations.

Math for Electronics #9

Here, you’ll learn numerous ways of solving simultaneous linear equations.

Math for Electronics #10

The last section dedicated to math for electronics introduces you to trigonometry and its functions.

DC Circuit Analysis (Series Circuits)

This section explains what series circuits are and discusses their properties.

DC Circuit Analysis (Parallel Circuits)

This section defines parallel circuits and explains their characteristics.

DC Circuit Analysis (Series-Parallel Circuits)

In this section, you will learn more about circuits that combine both series and parallel connections.

How Resistors Works

What are resistors? How do they work, and what are the different types? What is the resistor color code? You’ll find the answers to these questions and much more in this section.

Advanced Circuit Analysis (Kirchhoff’s Laws)

This section explains the theory behind Kirchhoff’s laws.

Advanced Circuit Analysis (Network Theorems)

This section discusses different network theorems important for electronics.

Capacitance Basics

You will learn basic terms for understanding capacitors and voltage, calculating charge, etc.

Capacitance Basics (Capacitive Reactance)

You’ll learn what capacitive reactance is and how to calculate it.

RC Time Constants

Get to know what RC time constants are and their properties.

Inductance Properties

You will find out what’s behind AC voltage principles, RMS, peak voltage, etc. Plus, how to find the period and frequency of sinusoidal functions.

Inductance (Inductance Properties)

This section deals with the physical characteristics of inductors and defines air and iron core inductors. Moreover, you will find out more about inductive reactance and inductive circuits and get introduced to different formulas.

Resistance & Inductance, Capacitance Properties in Electronic Circuits

Here you will get familiar with different circuits in both series and parallel configurations.

Electronic Resonance Circuits

This section deals with series and parallel resonance circuits.

RLC Filters

Here, RLC filters –are explained and their characteristics and uses.

Introduction to Semiconductors, Diodes & Transistors

You get introduced to semiconductors, learn about the differences between conductors and semiconductors, and other terms related to semiconductor devices.

Diode Basics

In the introductory part, this course defines diodes, discusses their curves and characteristics, and explains diode packages. Then, you will move on to the schematic symbol of a diode, cathode and anode placement, and testing a diode. This course also discusses wave rectification, peak voltage, and average DC voltage of half and full-wave rectifiers.

Transistor Basics

This section defines transistors, introduces the main types, and discusses their elements. You will learn about symbols, go over testing transistors, introduced to alpha and beta properties, define common collector circuits, etc.

Awesome Electronics Lab

First, this section discusses the necessary resources. Then, it goes on and deals with multi-meter functions, measuring voltage and resistance, reading analog and digital meters, measuring DC current, and reading resistor color codes.

Awesome Electronics Lab #2

The final section, you get to learn the basics and principles of transformers. Moreover, you learn about the factors that affect their application and properties. You will also find out how to measure AC current.

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