electronic circuit symbols and schematics for amateur radio operators.
amateur radio licensing course - Part 2.
This is part 2 of an amateur radio licensing tutorial course for those wishing to become licensed to operate transmitters, receivers and undertake electronic projects.

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2. Electronic circuit symbols and schematics

It is required of the course that you can recognise all of the circuit symbols from schematics you might encounter during this course and in your wider studies elsewhere. Of necessity, these circuit symbols and schematics can only be presented as .gif files. The syllabus does not mention specifically which circuit symbols.

Accordingly it is necessary for you to print out this electronic tutorial AFTER the .gif files have finished loading.

Passive components

Here is a representative sample of passive components.

passive component symbols
Fig 1.  Passive Components

Active semiconductors

Again we have a fair representation of the most likely schematic symols you will encounter.

active semiconductors

Fig 2. Active semiconductors

Inductors and transformers

This is a fairly good representation of the schematics for this topic.
inductors and transformers

Fig 3. Inductors and Transformers

Valves and tubes

I chose only to include the most common types of thermionic valves you will encounter.

valves and tubes

Fig 4. Valves and Tubes

Integrated circuits - digital and linear

These are the most common integrated circuits and as this is not a databook I didn't reproduce the other ten zillion ones which are available.
Integrated circuits - digital and linear
Fig 5. Integrated circuits

The detailed syllabus I wish to use is crown copyright. Some details can be seen here:

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