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Showing posts with label Android-EE-Tools. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android-EE-Tools. Show all posts

Friday, February 06, 2015

Learn Electronics with EveryCircuit

An Android App on which you can create a circuit, tap play and watch dynamic voltage, current, and charge animations.

Learn Electronics with EveryCircuit

Even when the live simulation is running you can tweak circuit parameters with an analog knob, and the circuit reacts in real time for your study and experimentation. Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, nonlinear semiconductor device equations, and more.

EveryCircuit Free

EveryCircuit Free

"Simplicity, innovation, and power, combined with mobility, make EveryCircuit a must-have companion for high school science and physics students, electrical engineering college students, breadboard and printed circuit board (PCB) enthusiasts, and ham radio hobbyists."

This app is related to Paul Falstad EE Applets and Tablet Apps

These are some educational java applets I wrote to help visualize various concepts in math, physics, and engineering. - Paul Falstad

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Drawing Tools for Electronic Schematics in Android

Here are some Circuit Diagram Drawing Tools for Android Tablets, they may be still under development. It may be Interesting to explore and try out.

Schematic Demo is an easy-to-handle and comfortable CAD-software, developed for different kinds of diagrams.

Schematic Demo Dmitry Ustimov

Editing objects performed by interaction with a device touch screen. You can create and edit such graphic objects as: - Point, Line, Polyline, Bezier curve, Arc, Ellipse and Rectangle.

Schematic Demo Dmitry Ustimov

Electronic schematic drawing application for Android by Harry Konstas
palmDraft lite ElectronicsCAD

palmDraft lite ElectronicsCAD

This is a bitmap-based CAD, featuring a high definition, flick-panning, pinch-zoom-able working canvas optimized for finger and pen drawing. It's as easy to manipulate as a sheet of paper. The schematics file format is standard .PNG bitmap file format which can be easily exported and shared for printing.

MCU simulator for Android OS

The MCU simulator for Android OS runs Assembly language code similar to the 68705 MCU on a simulated on-screen prototype board. Great for embedded applications hobbyists, students, teachers or anyone who likes to experiment with electronic Micro-controller prototype boards. It's fun for learning assembly language too!