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123D Circuits

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123D Circuits is a free tool from Autodesk for collaboratively designing electronic circuits online.
On 123D Circuits users can design their circuits and test them on the simulator in their browser.
They can create circuits from scratch or use and modify templates and other publicly shared projects.
NOTE: All projects are public unless users pay a subscription fee to make their projects private.

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Computer Laboratory: Baking Pi - Operating Systems Development

Computer Laboratory: Baking Pi - Operating Systems Development | technologies | Scoop.it

Raspberry Pi - you’ve probably heard of it especially if you want your learners to tinker with the inner workings of computers, smartphones, and other electronics.

 

It’s a complex board designed to help people understand how electronics work.

 

A truly great way for learners and practitioners alike to better understand how their favourite gadgets function.

 

Cambridge University has developed a free guide to help users build an entire operating system on top of the Pi.

 

It’s dubbed ‘Baking Pi’ and it is available here.

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ecDB - electronics component DataBase

ecDB, short for Electronic Component Database is an online website that every mechanic and electrical engineering learner/practitioner will like.

 

ecDB...

- allows users to keep their electronic inventory organized,

- gives users the option to keep a track of...

- the items they currently own

- the items required for different projects.

 

Items can be further organized into different categories allowing users to filter them and sort them accordingly.

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Science: Safely Experiment with Electrical Circuits on Circuits.io

Circuits.io is a free website on which learners can design and test electrical circuits.

 

They can design their circuits using the virtual version of components that they could purchase and place on a circuit board.

 

As users design their circuits, Circuits.io will tell them if the circuits will work or not.

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OEMSecrets

The prices of electronic components like capacitors, transistors, and opamps. are not fixed and each supplier has its own prices.

 

If Learning Providers are going to buy large quantities of these products, they are going to go with the cheapest price and try saving as much as money as possible.

 

OEMSecrets is a search engine to help find the supplier that offers the cheapest price for electronic components.

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