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You can explore countless different animations by changing wave length, the speed and the color scheme.
At the bottom there is a amplitude-graph which displays the change of the amplitude in time. You can observe the characteristic sinus waves there.
Physical background: We all know what water waves are. Physicists also say that light is a wave, and even matter sometimes behave like a wave. This has some consequences we should look at.
In our Wavelabor, the slider controls the wavelength. You can switch between two light sources or use them together.
If you use both light sources together, you get something which is called interference. Please notice that some spots of the picture are not changing. You can see this best if you use the “rainbow” color theme: there are some green lines that stay green. But because a wave only exist if it changes, in these spots the wave disappears! So, sometimes light and light leads to darkness!
App-Rights: the app can create images of the simulation and stores them. It need storage access rights for this. No other rights are needed.
We are glad to inform you all that this is our official app.
The purpose of developing this app is to provide ease to the users while doing tedious and complex calculations of electronics. Almost all electronics calculations can be performed by it(for instance,this app includes basic "ohm's law calculator" to "resistor and capacitor series/parallel calculator", "555 timer generator calculator" to "electricity and energy consumption calculator",and many more). Overall 14 sub apps are inside it. Moreover it has more than 35 calculators inside a single sub app i.e. "electrical calculator" (which is one out of the 14 sub app of this main app).
It also includes "resistor color code calculator app" along with almost all transistors and diodes series specifications.
By and large, it has included all the electronics calculator apps inside a single app which will certainly help the users in solving their related problems.
Many working examples like
Seven Segment interfacing
Store value in memory
Pulse width modulation
"I stumbled upon some serious gold" - GeekBeat.tv
"This app takes design to a whole new level of interactivity" - Design News
Build any circuit, tap play button, and watch dynamic voltage, current, and charge animations. This gives you insight into circuit operation like no equation does. While simulation is running, adjust circuit parameters with analog knob, and the circuit responds to your actions in real time. You can even generate an arbitrary input signal with your finger!
That's interactivity and innovation you can't find in best SPICE tools for PC like Multisim, LTspice, OrCad or PSpice (trademarks belong to their respective owners).
EveryCircuit is not just an eye candy. Under the hood it packs custom-built simulation engine optimized for interactive mobile use, serious numerical methods, and realistic device models. In short, Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, nonlinear semiconductor device equations, and all the good stuff is there.
Growing library of components gives you freedom to design any analog or digital circuit from a simple voltage divider to transistor-level masterpiece.
Schematic editor features automatic wire routing, and minimalistic user interface. No nonsense, less tapping, more productivity.
Simplicity, innovation, and power, combined with mobility, make EveryCircuit a must-have companion for high school science and physics students, electrical engineering college students, breadboard and printed circuit board (PCB) enthusiasts, and ham radio hobbyists.
Create an account to unlock the full functionality for a limited time. The full version will employ all of your imagination, and all the screen area of your tablet. Join EveryCircuit cloud community to store your circuits on cloud, access them from any of your devices, explore public community circuits and share your own designs. The app requires a permission to access your account for authentication in EveryCircuit community.
Thanks to Prof. N. Maghari for technical discussions, feedback, and help with designing circuit examples.
+ Growing public library of community circuits
+ Animations of voltage waveforms and current flows
+ Animations of capacitor charges
+ Analog control knob adjusts circuit parameters
+ Automatic wire routing
+ Seamless DC and transient simulation
+ Single play/pause button controls simulation
+ Saving and loading of circuit schematic
+ Mobile simulation engine built from ground-up
+ Shake the phone to kick-start oscillators
+ Intuitive user interface
+ No Ads
+ Sources, signal generators
+ Controlled sources, VCVS, VCCS, CCVS, CCCS
+ Resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers
+ Voltmeter, amperemeter, ohmmeter
+ Potentiometer, lamp
+ Switches, SPST, SPDT
+ Push buttons, NO, NC
+ Diodes, Zener diodes, light emitting diodes (LED)
+ MOS transistors (MOSFET)
+ Bipolar junction transistors (BJT)
+ Ideal operational amplifier (opamp)
+ Digital logic gates, AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR
+ 555 timer
+ 7-segment display and decoder
+ More components
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Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.
Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Introduction to Electronic Engineering
2. Basic quantities
3. Passive and active devices
4. Semiconductor Devices
5. Current in Semiconductors
6. P-N Junction
8. Power Diode
10. Special-Purpose Diodes
11. Tunnel diode and Optoelectronics
12. Diode Approximation
13. Applications of diode: Half wave Rectifier and Full Wave Rectifier
14. Bridge Rectifier
16. Clamper Circuits
17. Positive Clamper
18. Voltage Doubler
19. Zener Diode
20. Zener Regulator
21. Design of Zener regulator circuit
22. Special-Purpose Diodes-1
24. Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT)
25. Beta and alpha gains
26. The Common Base Configuration
27. Relation between different currents in a transistor
28. Common-Emitter Amplifier
29. Common Base Amplifier
30. Biasing Techniques for CE Amplifiers
31. Biasing Techniques: Emitter Feedback Bias
32. Biasing Techniques: Collector Feedback Bias
33. Biasing Techniques: Voltage Divider Bias
34. Biasing Techniques: Emitter Bias
35. Small Signal CE Amplifiers
36. Analysis of CE amplifier
37. Common Collector Amplifier
38. Darlington Amplifier
39. Analysis of a transistor amplifier using h-parameters
40. Power Amplifiers
41. Power Amplifiers: Class A Amplifiers
42. Power Amplifiers: Class B amplifier
43. Power Amplifiers: Cross over distortion(Class B amplifier)
44. Power Amplifiers: Biasing a class B amplifier
45. Power Calculations for Class B Push-Pull Amplifier
46. Power Amplifiers: Class C amplifier
47. Field Effect Transistor (FET)
48. JFET Amplifiers
49. Transductance Curves
50. Biasing the FET
51. Biasing the FET: Self Bias
52. Voltage Divider Bias
53. Current Source Bias
54. FET a amplifier
55. Design of JFET amplifier
56. JFET Applications
57. MOSFET Amplifiers
58. Common-Drain Amplifier
59. MOSFET Applications
60. Operational Amplifiers
61. Depletion-mode MOSFET
62. Enhancement-mode MOSFET
63. The ideal operational amplifier
64. Practical OP AMPS
65. Inverting Amplifier
66. The Non-inverting Amplifier
67. Voltage Follower (Unity Gain Buffer)
68. The Summing Amplifier
69. Differential Amplifier
70. The Op-amp Integrator Amplifier
71. The Op-amp Differentiator Amplifier
72. History of The Numeral Systems
73. Binary codes
74. conversion of bases
75. Conversion of decimal to binary ( base 10 to base 2)
76. Octal Number System
77. Hexadecimal Number System
78. Rules of Binary Addition and Subtraction
79. Sign-and-magnitude method
80. Sign-and-magnitude method:2s complement Representation
81. Boolean algebra
82. Basic Theorems & Properties of Boolean algebra
83. Logic gate
84. Symbols of logic Gates
85. Universal Gates
86. No associativity of NAND and NOR Gates: universal gates
87. Introduction of minimization using K-map
88. Two variable maps
89. Don't Cares condition
90. 5 variable Karnaugh Maps
91. Binary coded decimal codes(bcd)
92. Principle and types digital instruments
93. digital voltmeter
94. Cathode ray oscilloscope(CRO)
95. Cathode ray tube: CRO
96. Channel: CRO
97. Measurements with the cathode ray oscilloscope C
All topics not listed due to character limitations set by Google Play.
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LEGAL NOTE: Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. They own sole rights to the trademark. This app is not officially supported by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Meet Circuit Jam. This puzzle game makes electronic circuits remarkably approachable. It has over 100 puzzles that gradually introduce circuits basics without getting deep into formulas and equations. While having fun, you will effortlessly learn about voltage, current, and resistance.
★ Over 100 challenging puzzle levels
★ Sandbox mode to check your homework
★ Equivalent resistance of any circuit
★ Animated voltages and currents
The objective is to build circuits that generate electronic signals of some shape. In the process you will make connections, set component values, and operate switches. You will learn how to add and divide voltages and currents, work out equivalent resistance, and use Ohm's law.
Sandbox mode lets you build any circuit you can imagine out of available components. You can simulate examples in class, animate textbook circuits and understand how they work, and check homework answers. As you make progress through the game, new sandbox components are unlocked.
Teachers! Students are different in how they learn. Visual and kinesthetic learners get better academic results when they see animation and interact with circuits. Circuit Jam's interactive visual circuit simulation engine allows students to experiment with circuits in a virtual lab and get immediate visual feedback.
There are four chapters with topics on current, voltage, resistance, and Ohm's law. The first chapter is free for you to experience the fun and effectiveness of Circuit Jam approach. All remaining chapters, including yet to be released, can be unlocked via a single in-app purchase.
Circuit components covered in the game:
• Voltage source
• Current source
• SPST Switch
• SPDT Switch
The biggest reason to use KiCad as your PCB design tool is:
- KiCad has no restrictions on how big your physical printed cicuit bord can be.
- KiCad is free and perfect to use within the maker community.
- KiCad is open source.
- KiCad has no complex and expensive licensees associated with it.
*WHAT YOU WILL LEARN*
✔ Start a new project.
✔ Netlist and footprint association and placing PCB items.
✔ Silk-screen and copper pour.
✔ Mounting holes.
✔ Create a library and put your own component in that library.
✔ Create PCB footprint component.
✔ Add Footprint search path
✔ Prepare production files.
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Instructed By : Niklas Wennerstrand | Engineer
Niklas Wennerstrand is an electronics engineer that has been working in the electronics industry for many years. He has been working as a field application engineer as well as an electronics designer, company owner and manager.
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