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Learners alter circuit variables and view how these changes affect circuit voltage, current, reactance, impedance, and phase angle.
Electrical Units, Abbreviations, and Symbols
By Patrick Hoppe
In this learning activity you'll read introduction to electrical quantities, units, and symbols and test their knowledge in a matching exercise.
Statics - Trig: The Law of Cosines Using a TI-36X Calculator
By Steve Whitmoyer
Learners apply the Law of Cosines to determine forces using a TI-36X calculator in this animated object.
Current Source Approximations
Learners examine first and second approximations and view examples of a "stiff" current source.
The Voltage Divider Rule with Complex Numbers
Students read an explanation of the Voltage Divider Rule with complex numbers. Examples are given.
Series RC Circuit Vector and Circuit Analyzer
By James Bourassa, John Rosz
In this teaching and learning aid, the user can alter circuit variables and view how these changes affect circuit voltage, current, reactance, impedance, and phase angle.
Inductive Reactance Practice Problems
Students solve problems on the determination of total inductive reactance of series-parallel inductors.
Series RL Circuit Vector and Circuit Analyzer
Parallel RC Circuit Vector and Circuit Analyzer
The Horizontal Portion of the Sine Wave
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated object, learners examine cycles, frequency, Hertz, wavelengths, and periods. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Radio Frequency Propagation
You'll focus on how radio frequencies spread under different circumstances.
Radio Frequency Modulation
You'll learn some concepts related to radio frequency modulation.
You'll learn to identify antenna terms and concepts.
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