Learn About RF Watching TV?

May 13, 2010
Older engineers learned their trade the hard way, by working problems and equations and understanding how physical phenomena could be represented mathematically. But in these modern times, the Internet has made life easier, even in education. With such ...

Older engineers learned their trade the hard way, by working problems and equations and understanding how physical phenomena could be represented mathematically. But in these modern times, the Internet has made life easier, even in education. With such services as Engineering TV, short programs on test and measurement, communications, and even RF and microwave offer information on new technologies, products, and trends. Over 570 videos are sorted by topic and provide quick lessons right on a computer or cell phone. Is it possible to learn while watching television? Perhaps, with Engineering TV.

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