US Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series

[SIZE=4]A wonderful resource for improving your knowledge on electronics, i’m taking this training during my free time, 1 hour every day and i already feel that i have gained a lot.Self education is very important.[/SIZE]
US Navy Electricity and Electronics
Training Series[/SIZE]

Module 1 - Introduction to Matter, Energy, and Direct Current
Module 2 - Introduction to Alternating Current and Transformers
Module 3 - Introduction to Circuit Protection, Control, and Measurement
Module 4 - Introduction to Electrical Conductors, Wiring Techniques, and Schematic Reading
Module 5 - Introduction to Generators and Motors
Module 6 - Introduction to Electronic Emission, Tubes, and Power Supplies
Module 7 - Introduction to Solid-State Devices and Power Supplies
Module 8 - Introduction to Amplifiers
Module 9 - Introduction to Wave-Generation and Wave-Shaping Circuits
Module 10 - Introduction to Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines, and Antennas
Module 11 - Microwave Principles
Module 12 - Modulation Principles
Module 13 - Introduction to Number Systems and Logic Circuits
Module 14 - Introduction to Microelectronics
Module 15 - Principles of Synchros, Servos, and Gyros
Module 16 - Introduction to Test Equipment
Module 17 - Radio-Frequency Communications Principles
Module 18 - Radar Principles
Module 19 - The Technician’s Handbook
Module 20 - Master Glossary
Module 21 - Test Methods and Practices
Module 22 - Introduction to Digital Computers
Module 23 - Magnetic Recording
Module 24 - Introduction to Fiber Optics


I can teach you all that for free.

all that he has posted is free so fundisha mabibi zako hiyo yako for free, ma ktalk experts na hata link huwezi fuata ama hujui kuna pdf files

Write in a language I can understand even if it’s vernacular I at least see what you’re trying to put across.

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Wenye wanajua hizi vitu wamenyamaza, the fact that unaongea mob inakaa hata haujui kitu, what’s your level of education son?

[ATTACH=full]7260[/ATTACH] look at that cucumber very nicely, it will come in handy after your slow brain decipher’s anything that is being said


he is a keyboard professor with nothing but an echo between the ears

I left after class 1,didn’t see the need to stay and be taught what I already knew. I was sharp like that.

Get something to do villager, despite your name, you still got nothing to do.

took a busy monkey to notice an idler eh? pot…kettle… Run along boy maybe whatever you do online lines my pockets

That seems to have been your ultimate demise, now tell me something. do you know what i’ve posted up there and did you actually take a look at it before your onset of verbal diarrhea

Nice but shallow. I doubt you would be able to repair even a torch after going through the training.

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Hehe, villager hapo napo hujaambiwa pouwa

Great post those for future engineer in this village; those aspiring to venture in Electrical engineering (power option) Electronic engineering or telecommunications engineering ama Mechatronics

Your mind must be very shallow if you can reach such a conclusion before going through all of the material.

Aint bad for basic stuff in elec.

What do you expect when the module title is “introduction to …”?

Rocket science inside? And FYI, am a real Electrical and Communications Engineer, so I know all this and much more shiet.

Engineer unafanyanga kazi saa ngapi na unaishi ktalk. Kama hauko hapa, umeenda kupokea blow jobs from a calf. Ama unafikiria kuzima na kuwasha stima kwa plot ndio electrical engineering?


Hehehehe,year one stuff.ask me anything.

Hahaha … some comments, tho!