Foundations of Amateur Radio -- #93:
March 17, 2017
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What does a resistor have to do with a stick?
Commonly the size of a grain of rice with
pretty colours, a resistor is a regular item
in many electrical devices. This week in
Foundations of Amateur Radio I take a look at
how ice-cubes, electrons, sticks and
resistors describe what is going on inside an
electrical circuit without once using a
joule, a coulomb or more familiar terms like
Volt, Ampere and Ohm.
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