# Other Electronic Software

Various software for electronic circuit design , programming , monitors , databooks , simulation software and other useful tools .

## Electronic, Mech, Maths and Computing

This is a highly intuitive and interactive science and engineering package that will make your learning easy and enjoyable! Fully interactive topics covering: DC Current flow, Basic Electronics, Resistor Value Test, Simple DC Circuits, Types of Switching, Variable Voltages, Ohm's Law, DC Voltage, DC Current, Series/Parallel Resistors, AC Measurements, AC Voltage and Current, AC Theory, RCL Series Circuits, RCL Parallel Circuits, Capacitance, Capacitors, Inductance, Inductors, Impedance, Radio and Communication, Tuned Circuits, Attenuators, Passive Filters, Active Filters, Oscillators, Circuit Theorems, Complex Numbers, Electrical, DC Power, AC Power, Silicon Controlled Rectifier, Power Supplies, Voltage Regulation, Magnetism, Transformers, Three Phase Systems, Energy Transfer and Cost, Semiconductors, Atomic Structures, Diode Theory, Diode Applications, Transistor Theory, Bipolar Transistor, Transistor Configurations and many more!

## Electrical, Mechanics and Maths

Over 500 Fully interactive topics covering:Basic Electronics, Resistor Value Test, Simple DC Circuits, Types of Switching, Variable Voltages, Ohm's Law, DC Voltage, DC Current, Series/Parallel Resistors, AC Measurements, AC Voltage & Current, AC Theory, RCL Series Circuits, RCL Parallel Circuits, Capacitance, Capacitors, Inductance, Inductors, Impedance, Circuit Theorems, Complex Numbers, DC Power, AC Power, Silicon Controlled Rectifier, Power Supplies, Voltage Regulation, Magnetism, Transformers, Three Phase Systems, Energy Transfer & Cost, Semiconductors, Atomic Structures, Diode

## DFT

DFT shows the steps inside a Discrete Fourier Transform. It may help you grasp the concept. The easiest way to see it is to program one frequency into this application. You can see the amplitude cancel when it is off the reference frequency. You can also add several frequencies to see the resulting waveform. May be interesting if your studying Fourier Transforms.