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Electronics Education magazine

Back issues: 2005-2008

  • Electronics Education Autumn 2008 cover Electronics Education Autumn 2008

    Electronics Education Autumn 2008  (10MB)

    In an outstanding pupil project, George Willmot describes a four-legged robot he built for the GCSE Systems and Control course work, and Ashley Green, of the OU, describes the role of robots in teaching programming in schools. Plus:

    •  Teaching electronics within GCSE Product Design
    • The piezoelectric effect and fashion
    • Advanced counting circuits
  • Electronics Education Summer 2008 cover Electronics Education Summer 2008

    Electronics Education Summer 2008  (13MB)

    Young Engineer for Britain, Patrick Burns explains the thinking behind his active breakdown warning triangle, and Bart Huyskens describes how Belgian Schools are using robots to get pupils hooked on electronics. Plus:

    •  Introducing the IET’s web-based Faraday Programme
    •  Explaining resistance and conduction
    • Effective fault-finding (part 2)
  • Electronics Education Spring 2008 cover Electronics Education Spring 2008

    Electronics Education Spring 2008  (10MB)

    Bill Sutton, outlines the thinking behind the Diploma in Engineering, and Ryan Thomas, a teacher from South Wales, describes how his pupils benefited from an Engineering Education Scheme project. Plus:

    • Designing a switched-mode power supply
    • Effective fault-finding (part 1)
    • PIC simulators review
  • Electronics Education Autumn 2007 cover Electronics Education Autumn 2007

    Electronics Education Autumn 2007  (7MB)

    A strong practical electronics focus – a guide to harnessing the properties of quantum tunnelling composites in project work, and a year 7 project based on a monster with flashing eyes. Plus:

    • Teaching artificial neural networks at A level
    • An electronic security lock
    • Switching to microcontroller-based design
  • Electronics Education Summer 2007 cover Electronics Education Summer 2007

    Electronics Education Summer 2007  (4.8MB)

    Part 1 of the Paul Gardiner and Peter Branson series of article on counting in electronics, and a guide to integrating product and electronic design by John Martin. Plus:

    • Portable PC design
    • The potential divider circuit
    • PC-based instrumentation
  • Electronics Education Spring 2007 cover Electronics Education Spring 2007

    Electronics Education Spring 2007  (5MB)

    The Peltier effect forms the basis of an award-winning pupil project, and the role of filtering in ADSL splitter design. Plus:

    • Starting with PICs
    • Materials and components in product design
  • Electronics Education Autumn 2006 cover Electronics Education Autumn 2006

    Electronics Education Autumn 2006  (3.6MB)

    Everything you ever wanted to know about current, and the challenges facing electronics teachers. Plus:

    • A guide to breadmakers
    • Introducing 555 timers
  • Electronics Education Summer 2006 cover Electronics Education Summer 2006

    Electronics Education Summer 2006  (3.8MB)

    John Martin examines the interaction of product and electronic design, and Michael Brimcombe, in one of his popular Project Diary articles, constructs a maximum and minimum thermometer. Plus:

    • The Victorian Internet
    • XBee module for wireless communications
    • Low-cost remote control
  • Electronics Education Spring 2006 cover Electronics Education Spring 2006

    Electronics Education Spring 2006  (3.1MB)

    Cameras you can swallow, and an enjoyable night light project described by Paul Gardiner. Plus:

    • Making USB friendly
    • A universal series receiver project
  • Electronics Education Autumn 2005 cover Electronics Education Autumn 2005

    Electronics Education Autumn 2005  (3.3MB)

    Paul Gardiner looks at controlling DC motors with PICs, and Frank Thompson reviews a century’s progress in electronics. Plus:

    • Alternative approaches to design decisions in electronics
    • A mobile phone ringtone saver project
    • A new colour-sensing chip
  • Electronics Education Summer 2005 cover Electronics Education Summer 2005

    Electronics Education Summer 2005  (2.8MB)

    Brian Smith introduces a new PIC system, and a project diary article looks at touch sensors. Plus:

    •  A guide to voltage (part 2)
    • DATA awards
  • Electronics Education Spring 2005 cover Electronics Education Spring 2005

    Electronics Education Spring 2005  (3.4MB)

    Three student projects using the Philips LPC932 microcontroller, and an introduction to driver circuits. Plus:

    • A people counter project
    • A guide to voltage (part 1)