Browse our free electrical engineering textbook by product (power, IoT, audio, and more). Great for students, makers, and professionals who are looking to refresh or expand their knowledge on a specific subject. These textbooks were originally written by Tony R. Kuphaldt and released under the Design Science License. It has since then been updated by members of the All About Circuits community and editorial team.
The implementation of electronic circuit designs to perform conversions of signal waves to electrical signals, or vice versa.
Step beyond mechanisation; it is about using control systems and technology to replace human physical and mental labour
Learn about continuous signals for which the time-varying feature (variable), and the representation of other time varying quantities.
Electronics connectors are an electro-mechanical device whoes purpose is to quickly and easily disconnect or interrupt a circuit path. Learn more here.
Learn more about the electronic devices that gather (or integrate) a number of electronic components on a small semiconductor chip.
Learn about a combination of hardware and software, either fixed in capability or programmable, designed for a specific function.
Learn structured techniques used to mathematically analyze a circuit (a “network” of interconnected components).
Learn about electroluminescence, radiant energy emission in LEDs, light emmiting diode operation and more.
Concepts of storing and retrieving information, and also how to locate precisely where in the device that it is.
Learn about the various types of motors and how they play a role in things like robotics and electric vehicles.
Passive devices or components do not generate energy, but can store it or dissipate it. Learn more here.
Circuits consisting of thin strips of a conducting material fixed to a flat insulating sheet that integrated circuits and other components are attached.
Learn about the application of solid-state electronics and thier role in the conversion of electric power.
Learn how electromagnetic radiation is used for transferring information between two circuits that have no direct electrical connection.
Learn about the equipment used to create signals and capture responses from electronic devices.