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The industrial electronics industry manufactures electronic equipment for industrial purposes. Industrial electronics systems include everything from simple components like drives, sensors, and switches to sophisticated power converting technologies, PLCs and robotics.

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In 1995, Clifford Stoll predicted that the internet would be a huge flop. “The truth,” Stoll wrote in an issue of Newsweek, is that “no online database will replace your daily newspaper, no CD-ROM can take the place of a competent teacher and no computer network will change the way the government works.”

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Technician in factory with robotic arms

As the landscape of manufacturing changes, with plant operations becoming increasingly automated, more technically skilled workers are required to maintain your company’s competitive edge.

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Resonant Circuits-Electric Coil on Circuit Board

To many, global communication is something that is often taken for granted; and like many of the technologies that help to shape our world, there is a considerable gap between passing knowledge of the technology and how it actually works.

This article aims to shed some light on how resonant circuits work and how they have shaped the ways in which information is shared and consumed all over the globe.

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Sample Circuit with values

This article is intended to illustrate the steps required for creating a Norton equivalent circuit. All the concepts mentioned here build on the prior knowledge of simplifying circuits.

According to Norton's theorem, any two-terminal circuit, made up of fixed value resistances, of voltage sources, and of current sources, can be replaced by a single current source in parallel with a single resistance which will produce the same effects at the terminals.

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loop analysis

Loop current analysis or mesh analysis is an analytical method to determine the current flowing at different points in a closed circuit.

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gbctechtraining holiday hours 2021

With winter break quickly approaching, we wanted to update you on how the holiday break will impact our technical, tutorial, and administrative support.

Office Hours

George Brown College will be closed from Friday, December 24, 2021, to Tuesday, January 4, 2022. We won't be able to speak with you during this time but we are monitoring and responding to email inquires. 

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