Electrical and Electronics Study Materials for eLearning
Feb 8, 2016
The major industries where electronic and electrical engineers are employed include IT, power, construction, transport, communications, nanotechnology, to name a few. They also have numerous applications in the fields of telecom and petrochemicals.
In the electrical and electronics engineering course a student builds subject-specific skills like designing and testing circuits, programming software and using computer tools to design specific items. Besides IT and manufacturing, electrical and electronic engineers are also employed in finance and management.
Magic Marks is the largest and most rapidly growing eLearning platform in India, built specifically for engineers. It provides engineering students with video tutorials of high quality with rich 2D-animation and a English speaking voice-over that was developed keeping in mind the accent and tone of native speakers . The disciplines of study offered by Magic Marks include First Year, Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering. Besides the courseware, Magic Marks also gives students self-evaluation tests in both objective and subjective form.
Electrical and Electronics Study Materials
With the rapid rise of eLearning all over, electrical and electronics study materials are easily available online. Some of the major subjects provided by Magic Marks under this course are discussed as follows:
– Antenna and Wave Propagation: Antenna and Wave Propagation discusses basics of antennas and their classification. Point sources, electric dipole and arrays dipole are also covered under this. Content on Linear Arrays and Broadside Arrays is provided in detail. Lastly the topic covers sky wave and space propagation and how different layers of earth affect it.
– Electronics Measurement and Instruments: This topic covers basics of both types of instruments – Analog and Digital. After covering the basics, the course moves to learning measurement techniques of three most elementary electrical elements- Inductance, Capacitance and Resistance. Towards the end of the course, CRO and its applications are taught followed by Instrumentation calibration techniques.
– Power Electronics: Power Electronics covers description of rectifiers and their types. It also discusses about different kinds of voltage controllers including AC Voltage controllers. Towards the end, converters and cycloconverters (DC to DC, DC to AC and AC-AC converters) are discussed.
– Analog Communication Systems: This sub-discipline covers basics of Communication Systems. Modulation and demodulation concepts along with their requirement in daily activities are discussed. Students also learn the three types of Modulation in detail. Other areas covered under this topic include Pulse and Digital Modulation, Noise, Signal to Noise ratio and related concepts.