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A subreddit dedicated to news, articles and general discussions related to the field of electronic engineering.

Rules

  1. The focal point of your post should be related to the subject of component-level electronic engineering as supported by the post tags / flairs below. Do not post about something just because it contains 'electronics'.

  2. Do not post questions on designing, repairing or troubleshooting electronic circuits (including questions on tools, equipment and parts sourcing) - these go in /r/AskElectronics.

  3. General discussions (specifications, use and purchasing advice etc.) about consumer electronics should go elsewhere.

  4. No commercial posts (advertising, endorsing or praising a vendor, selling, 'deals' or general product launch info on commercial/domestic electronic goods) - those go in /r/ElectronicsList.

  5. Add a flair/category tag to your posts (see "Tags" section below) and please observe the additional posting guidance against the tags.

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Tags / Flairs

Please categorize your post by clicking the "add tag" (flair) button after submitting it.

Click a tag name below to view just the posts in that category

CLICK HERE TO RESET TAG FILTER

Discussion

Original discussion on an electronic engineering-related topic.

General

Electronic engineering-related posts that don't fall into any other category.

Interesting

An interesting electronics-related thing - a vintage item, circuit or part, or something newer with a novel design or implementation etc.

Meta

Related to this subreddit.

News

An electronic engineering-related news article or announcement.

Project

Show us your (or someone else's) circuit design and/or final build. A full write-up with design and construction notes would be much better than just pictures!

NB: This is for original work - pictures of stock kit builds will be deleted.

Tip

A useful or insightful technical note on component selection, circuit design or testing etc. - something beyond 'stick decoupling caps everywhere'!


Related subreddits

Electronic circuit design and repair questions go in /r/AskElectronics

View and contribute to our wiki page for beginners

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