The information site for your electronics hobby.
Latest update: 9 June 2010.
Are you a beginner? Then you might be interested in taking an electronics course!
Once you know the priciples, you may start desiging your own circuits. Before putting the plug in, it might be a good idea to test it first with one of the computer simulation programs.
Once people know you're interested in electronics, they'll ask you to repair things. It starts with a bread toaster (it has a power cord, so it contains electronics - right?) and ends up with a 100Hz digital wide screen TV set. Whatever it is, Hobby-Electronics.info is a good place to start: it contains many links to repair sites, and the datasheets of ICs and transistors are just a few clicks away.
Schematics I designed myself are now available on their own page: the Electronics Projects page. Each projects comes with a PCB layout for easy building.
Want to know where to buy your components? Then the Electronics Shops List may be a good starting point.
The site now has a new look. Hope you like it!
There is a nice tool available that allows you to translate the color code of a resistor to its value. It is also available as a Windows Sidebar Gadget.
Needsless to say, although originally designed for the hobbyist, this site is also a great resource for professionals.
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