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Introduction to electronics

Introduction to Electronics


Introduction to electronics1

Introduction to Electronics

History

  • In 600 BC Greeks discovered static electricity by rubbing wool against amber which would attract objects.

  • Amber is the common name for fossilresin or tree sap that is appreciated for its inherent and interesting mixture of colors and it is widely used for the manufacture of ornamental objects. Although not mineralized, it is sometimes considered and used as a gemstone. Most of the world's amber is in the range of 30–90 million years old. Semi-fossilized resin or sub-fossil amber is called copal.


Introduction to electronics2

Introduction to Electronics

Types of Electricity

  • Two forms of electricity Static and Produced

  • Static Electricity is an electrical charge at rest.

  • Produced Electricity is produced by either magnetism, chemicals, light, heat, or pressure.


Introduction to electronics3

Introduction to Electronics

What Amber Looks Like


Introduction to electronics4

Introduction to Electronics

Types of Electricity

  • Magnetism – Generator

  • Chemical – Battery

  • Light – Photocell (solar cell)

  • Heat – Thermocouple (nuclear power)

  • Pressure - Crystals


Step 1 basics of electricity

Step 1: Basics of Electricity

  • Step 1: Basics of Electricity

  • Current – Andre’ Ampere’

  • Voltage – Alessandro Volta

  • Resistance – George Ohm

  • Power – James Watt

Andre’ Ampere’

Georg Ohm

Power

Current

Alessandro Volta

Voltage

Resistance

James Watt


Step 2 electronic components

Step 2: Electronic Components

  • Step 2 Electronic Components

  • Switches and Keyboard

  • Semiconductors

  • Transducers

  • Resistors

  • Capacitors

  • Electron Tubes

  • Magnetic

Nikola Tesla

Components

Power

Current

Thomas Edison

Voltage

Resistance


Step 3 electronic circuits

Step 3: Electronic Circuits

  • Step 3: Electronic Circuits

  • Signal Generators and Timers

  • Amplifiers

  • Digital Circuits

  • Power Supplies

  • Detectors and Mixers

  • Filters

  • Phase-locked Looks

  • Converters

  • Data Acquisition

  • Synthesizers

Charles Wheatstone

Circuits

Components

Gustav Kirchoff

Robert Noyce

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Communications

  • Computers

  • Consumer

  • Industrial

  • Test and Measurement

  • Biomedical

Systems

Circuits

Components

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems1

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Communications Systems

    Radio

    Telecommunications

    Television

    Data Communications

Heinrich Hertz

Communications

Systems

Circuits

Components

Guglielmo Marconi

Lee Deforest

John Baird

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems2

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Computers

  • Data Terminals

  • Computer Systems

  • Data Storage

  • Input/Output Devices

George Boole

Computers

John von Neuman

Communication

Systems

Circuits

Components

Alan Turing

Charles Babbage

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems3

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Consumer

  • Video Equipment

  • Audio Equipment

  • Personal

  • Automobile Electronics

William Shockley

Consumer

Computers

Communication

Systems

Circuits

Jack Kilby

Components

Nolan Bushnell

Chester Carlson

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems4

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Industrial

  • Manufacturing Equipment

  • Computer-Aided-Design

  • and Engineering CAD/CAE

  • Management

Industrial

Charles Steinmetz

Consumer

Computers

Communication

Werner Von Siemens

Systems

Circuits

Components

Carl Gauss

James Joule

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems5

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Test and Measurement

  • General Test and

  • Measurement Equipment

  • Automated Test Systems

Industrial

Test and Measurement

Sir Isaac Newton

Consumer

Computers

Communication

Systems

Circuits

RAdm Grace Harper

Components

Benjamin Franklin

John Napier

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Step 4 electronic systems6

Step 4: Electronic Systems

  • Biomedical

  • Patient Care

  • Diagnostics

Industrial

Test and Measurement

Luigi Galvani

Biomedical

Consumer

Computers

Communication

Henry Cavendish

Systems

Circuits

Components

Sir John Fleming

Power

Current

Votlage

Resistance


Review

Review

  • The study of electronics can be broken down into four basic steps:

    Step 1 – Basic Electricity

    Step 2 – Electronic Components

    Step 3 – Electronic Circuits

    Step 4 – Electronic Systems


Review1

Review

  • Step 1: Basics of Electricity

    Current – Andre’ Ampere’

    Voltage – Alessandro Volta

    Resistance – George Ohm

    Power – James Watt


Review2

Review

  • Step 2 Electronic Components

    Switches and Keyboard

    Semiconductors

    Transducers

    Resistors

    Capacitors

    Electron Tubes

    Magnetic


Review3

Review

  • Step 3: Electronic Circuits

    Signal Generators and Timers

    Amplifiers

    Digital Circuits

    Power Supplies

    Detectors and Mixers

    Filters

    Phase-locked Looks

    Converters

    Data Acquisition

    Synthesizers


Review4

Review

  • Step 4: Electronic Systems

    Communications

    Computers

    Consumer

    Industrial

    Test and Measurement

    Biomedical


Introduction to electronics5

Introduction to Electronics

QUESTIONS!?!?!?!?!


People to research

People To Research

Andre AmpereAlessandro Volta

Georg OhmJames Watt

Nikola TeslaMichael Faraday

Joseph HenryThomas Edison

Charles WheatstoneGustav Kirchoff

Rene DescartesRobert Noyce

Guglielmo MarconiLee Deforest

Heinrich HertzJohn Baird


People to research1

People To Research

George BooleJohn von Neuman

Charles BabbageAlan Turing

William ShockleyJack Kilby

Chester CarlsonNolan Bushnell

Charles SteinmetzWerner von Siemens

James JouleCarl Gauss

John A. NapierGrace Hopper

Benjamin FranklinLuigi Glavani

Henry CavendishJohn Flemming


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