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Introduction to
Electronics

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
fossil

resin

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
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
Electronics

What Amber Looks Like


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

Current

Voltage

Power

Resistance



Step 1: Basics of Electricity


Current


Andre’ Ampere’


Voltage


Alessandro Volta


Resistance


George Ohm


Power


James Watt

Andre’ Ampere’

Alessandro
Volta

Georg Ohm

James Watt

Step 2: Electronic Components

Current

Voltage

Power

Resistance

Components



Step 2 Electronic Components


Switches and Keyboard


Semiconductors


Transducers


Resistors


Capacitors


Electron Tubes


Magnetic

Nikola Tesla

Thomas Edison

Step 3: Electronic Circuits

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

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

Gustav Kirchoff

Robert Noyce

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

Circuits



Step 4: Electronic Systems



Communications


Computers


Consumer


Industrial


Test and Measurement


Biomedical

Step 4: Electronic Systems


Communications Systems


Radio


Telecommunications


Television


Data Communications

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

Circuits

Systems

Communications

Heinrich Hertz

Guglielmo Marconi

Lee Deforest

John Baird

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

Circuits

Systems

Communication

Computers



Computers


Data Terminals


Computer Systems


Data Storage


Input/Output Devices

George Boole

John von Neuman

Alan Turing

Charles Babbage

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

Circuits

Systems

Communication

Computers

Consumer



Consumer


Video Equipment


Audio Equipment


Personal


Automobile Electronics

William Shockley

Chester Carlson

Jack Kilby

Nolan Bushnell

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance

Components

Circuits

Systems

Communication

Computers

Consumer

Industrial



Industrial


Manufacturing Equipment


Computer
-
Aided
-
Design


and Engineering CAD/CAE


Management

Charles Steinmetz

Werner Von Siemens

James Joule

Carl Gauss

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance



Test and Measurement


General Test and


Measurement Equipment


Automated Test Systems

Components

Circuits

Systems

Communication

Computers

Consumer

Industrial

Test and Measurement

Sir Isaac Newton

RAdm Grace Harper

Benjamin Franklin

John Napier

Step 4: Electronic Systems

Current

Votlage

Power

Resistance



Biomedical


Patient Care


Diagnostics

Circuits

Components

Systems

Communication

Computers

Consumer

Industrial

Test and Measurement

Biomedical

Luigi Galvani

Henry Cavendish

Sir John Fleming

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

Review


Step 1: Basics of Electricity



Current


Andre’ Ampere’



Voltage


Alessandro Volta



Resistance


George Ohm



Power


James Watt


Review


Step 2 Electronic Components


Switches and Keyboard


Semiconductors


Transducers


Resistors


Capacitors


Electron Tubes


Magnetic


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


Review


Step 4: Electronic Systems



Communications


Computers


Consumer


Industrial


Test and Measurement


Biomedical


Introduction to
Electronics





QUESTIONS!?!?!?!?!

People To Research

Andre Ampere



Alessandro Volta

Georg Ohm



James Watt

Nikola Tesla



Michael Faraday

Joseph Henry



Thomas Edison

Charles Wheatstone


Gustav Kirchoff

Rene Descartes


Robert Noyce

Guglielmo Marconi


Lee Deforest

Heinrich Hertz



John Baird

People To Research

George Boole



John von Neuman

Charles Babbage



Alan Turing

William Shockley



Jack Kilby

Chester Carlson



Nolan Bushnell

Charles Steinmetz


Werner von Siemens

James Joule



Carl Gauss

John A. Napier



Grace Hopper

Benjamin Franklin


Luigi Glavani

Henry Cavendish



John Flemming