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Terminating a transmission line and resonant and non-resonant lines.
Teletypewriter: Learn about a form of radio frequency communication used for ship to shore messaging.
Tapes and Cartridges: Learn about the two types of magnetic tape carriers abd tape erasing and degaussing.
Electronics and Electricity - NEETS: We provide a platform for beginners to learn the basics about electronics and electricity.
Tachometer: Learn about the rate generator (tach) and other types of servo rate generators.
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Stable Display: If the input signal and horizontal sweep generator are unsynchronized, the pattern tends to jitter, making observations difficult.
Ssb Applications: Learn about a mode of naval communication utilizing the single sideband transmitter.
Spring Precession: Learn about a method of restraining the precession of a gyro to permit the calculation of an angle.
Sporadic-E: sudden ionospheric disturbances and ionospheric storms.
Split phase, capacitor-phase, and resistance-phase induction ac motors
Special UHF Tubes and limitations of transit time.
Special Receivers and the Moving Target Indicator (mti) System.
Special Purpose Computers, as the name implies, is designed to perform a specific operation and usually satisfies the needs of a particular type of problem.
Special Antennas, beverage, V, long-wire, and rhombic antennas.
Source resistance in a dc circuit.
Sound Waves and the requirements for sound.
Sound Wave Terms: characteristics, pitch, and intensity of sound.
Sound Quality and elasticity, density, and velocity of transmission.
Solid State Devices: Learn about the beginnings of solid state and integrated circuits.
Solenoids: A solenoid is a control device that uses electromagnetism to convert electrical energy into mechanical motion..
Soldering Surface Mount Components: learn the proper techniques when solder to a circuit board.
Soldering Stations: Learn about the different types of irons and stations used in the industry today.
Soldering Definition: Learn about soldering and how it is done.
Snap Acting Switch: accurate snap-acting, and voltage and current ratings.
Skip Distance: skip-zone, propagation paths, and absorption in the ionosphere.
Single Sideband: Learn about how the single-sideband signal is received.
Single Phase and split-phase induction motors.
Single Mode Step Index Fibers: Learn about the two basic types of single mode step-index fibers: matched clad and depressed clad.
Single Mode Graded Index Fibers: There are several types of single mode graded-index fibers. These fibers are not standard fibers and are typically only used in specialty applications.
Single Break: learn about single and double-break switches and rotary switches.
Sine Wave Oscillator and the LC and RC network.
Sign waves of voltage are applied to a resistance, the resulting current is also a sign-wave.
Shunt Ohmmeter and ohmmeter safety precautions.
Vacuum Tubes and Wavelength Formulas
Shift-registers: also, serial and parallel transfers and conversions and scaling.
Project-videos showing fun and practical electronic projects.
Shells and valence: Learn about what makes up the body of an atom.
Shaded pole and speed of single-phase induction ac motors
Servo Frequency Response: Learn about the different frequencies that are produced by servos.
Servo Components: Learn about the components that make up the circuits in a servo.
Servo Clutch Damping: Learn about three different types of servo damping systems.
Servo-Characteristics: Learn about why they vary primarily with the job the servo is designed to do.
Servo Amplifiers: Learn about the different components and types of circuits that make up the servo amplifier.
Series Aiding and Opposing Sources: In many practical applications a circuit may contain more than one source of emf.
Series LC Circuit: Response of the ideal series-LC-circuit to frequencies above, below, and at resonance.
Series inductors with and without magnetic coupling and parallel inductors without coupling
Series DC Circuits: Learn about how two unequal charges are connected by a conductor, a complete pathway for current exists. An electric circuit is a complete conducting pathway.
Series Connected Duplexer Operation and Duplexer Types.