RSH Electronics supply
for all the projects on this website. If you are new to electronics I recommend buying a
kit because it is a good way to be sure you have the correct parts. They also stock a wide
range of components and their website is easy for beginners to use.
Electronics in Meccano
is an excellent site to browse if you want to learn about electronics, even if you
are not interested in Meccano! It is run by Tim Surtell, an ex-pupil who was a member of the
Electronics Club and studied A level Electronics here.
sell electronics components, project kits, tools and books. We buy many of our materials
for the Electronics Club from Rapid Electronics and they really are rapid in delivery!
Rapid Education has
valuable educational resources which may be downloaded free of charge.
Magenta Electronics stock electronics components and kits.
Maplin Electronics sell electronics components and kits.
Quasar Electronics stock a
wide range of electronics kits and projects.
Bowood Electronics stock a
wide range of electronics components.
Electronix Online stock a
wide range of electronics components.
Boss Enclosures is a designer and manufacturer of housings
in plastics and metal.
Digital-Meters.com supply a wide range of
test and measurement instruments including digital multimeters.
supplies home study kits at pocket money prices to help people studying for GCSE Electronics.
has system module designs for projects, revision notes and many useful electronics links.
Electronics in Schools
has links to teaching resources and advice for teachers planning to introduce electronics in their school.
GCSE Electronics on MSN
is a site by A Kinsey for students preparing for GCSE examinations in Electronics.
The site includes a list of revision topics with links to relevant pages on this site.
AS Electronics on MSN
is another site by A Kinsey. It has a number of topics which are not covered by this site,
for example Boolean Algebra and a summary of equations for AS Electronics.
has modestly-priced kits for sale and an on-line electronics textbook.
Everyday Practical Electronics is one of the best magazines for beginners
and many of the Electronics Club projects are from it. This site includes a
basic soldering guide.
Bernard Babani publish modestly priced paperback books about electronics.
Their range includes project books for beginners as well as reference books for experienced constructors.
has free tutorials, information, data and articles about radio and electronics, also books about electronics by Ian Poole.
Electronics and Radio Today
is a new site by Ian Poole designed for those with less experience of electronics. It covers basic components,
analogue circuits, logic circuits, radio, ham radio, construction techniques and much more.
is a large collection of electronic circuits and schematics (circuit diagrams) in many
categories. Compiled by David A Johnson.
supplies free datasheets and information for electronic components, especially for obsolete and discontinued parts.
provides free datasheets, cross-reference information and a comprehensive price guide for electronic components.
is a good site to search for component datasheets.
The Scots Guide to Electronics
is a wide-ranging guide to electronics with many pages suitable for beginners,
such as the section on components.
The site is maintained by Jim Lesurf, a reader at the University of St Andrews.
Tony's Website by Tony van Roon
has tutorials on various electronics topics, including the 555 timer.
The site includes project ideas in the 'Electronic Circuits for the Hobbyist' section.
British Amateur Electronics Club Archive - an archive site of old
British Amateur Electronics Club (BAEC) scanned and OCRed Newsletters, PicZone, Articles and useful reviews and links,
including topics such as operational amplifiers and an introduction to SCART.
PICAXE - an excellent way to learn about and use Programmable
Integrated Circuit microcontrollers (PICs). The programming software is available to download free of charge and no
specialist equipment is required other than a low-cost download lead. The site includes extensive documentation
with clear instructions for beginners, making the system ideal for education and users at home.
has a beginners guide to project building, technical data, interactive formulae calculators and
software downloads, including an Electronics Assistant program.
Beginners and Intermediate Electronics
is a course written by Graham Knott.
Lessons in Electric Circuits
is a free series of textbooks on electricity and electronics by Tony R Kuphaldt.
Control and Embedded Systems
is a more advanced site by Joe Reeder covering the use of computers to control devices such as motors and lights.
has a large section on Physics with many pages relevant to electronics covering topics such as voltage,
current, Ohm's law, resistors and batteries.
includes educational pages about electronics.
New Railway Modellers
has information and advice for model railway beginners. The pages on electronic projects include a
stripboard layout for our Level Crossing Lights project.
Kelsey Park Sports College Our College website.