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electrical principles and formulae

electrical principles and formulae

electrical principles and formulae

dose anyone know a web site that specialises in electrical formulae and principles

RE: electrical principles and formulae

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sci.electronics.basics - Elementary questions about electronics.
sci.electronics.cad - Schematic drafting, printed circuit layout, simulation.
sci.electronics.components - Integrated circuits, resistors, capacitors.
sci.electronics.design - Electronic circuit design.
sci.electronics.equipment - Test, lab, & industrial electronic products.
sci.electronics.misc - General discussions of the field of electronics.
sci.electronics.repair - Fixing electronic equipment.
misc.industry.electronics.marketplace - Electronics products & services.(Ads)

http://www.elec-toolbox.com/Formulas/Useful/formulas.htm Ohms Laws, Power, with links

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