Beginning embedded electronics

Beginning embedded electronics

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Spark Fun has a new series of tutorials, here’s the first, beginning embedded electronics –

This is a series of lectures written for those with mild electronics background (aka Sophomore in Electrical and Computer Engineering) to learn about the wild world of Embedded Electronics. I assume only that you know what electricity is and that you’ve touched an electrical component. Everything else is spelled out as much as possible. There is quite a lot here so take your time! It is also my intention to get book-hardened EE’s students to put down the calculator and to plug in an LED. Remember, if it smokes, at least you learned what not to do next time!

Spark Fun Electronics – Link.

6 thoughts on “Beginning embedded electronics

  1. jakemikey says:

    Hats off to SparkFun for doing this – it’s an awesome service to the community AND it increases their customer base. Their tutorials are the paragon of what a how-to should be – no (or minimal) assumptions about what you know, lots of extreme closeups, thoroughly documented processes, and the right amount of humor.

    Keep up the good work, SparkFun!

  2. samurai1200 says:

    This couldn’t be more perfect — I just finished my sophomore year at school (as a Comp Eng’r major…) and i’ve been yearning to do SOMETHING embedded this summer!

  3. paulsw says:

    Great stuff. I put together the 5V power supply section tonight.

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