Emicon-Fun inductor/capacitor lessons

Posted on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 in tutorials by DP

Riktw writes to inform us of a tutorial site covering the theory behind capacitors, and inductors, as well as noise suppression filters. The site is actually a blog, with new posts being posted every month or so.

When looking for a small switching power supply module at the website of Murata I found this Emicon-Fun!  They have some lessons about how capacitors and inductors work.
Of course, as they make caps and coils it’s a bit self promotion but the lessons look quite useful.

Via the forum.

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