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From: The Technical Manager
Subject: Re: Electronics videos and DVDs
Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2002 17:15:52 +0100
Organization: Microwave Department
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Russel Osborne wrote:
> On Fri, 20 Sep 2002 12:04:45 +0100, The Technical Manager
> >Does anyone know of any good videos or DVDs on electronics, preferably
> >in PAL format ? They are intended to be shown to a teenage audience so
> >they must be moderately advanced.
> >I have some electronics videos from the 1970s that were intended to be
> >shown in secondary schools but apart from the one on electromagnetism
> >with the Ford Capri starter motor they are just too out of date and the
> >quality isn't good as they were copied from cine film. I have a feeling
> >there were no educational videos on electronics for secondary school use
> >created in the 1990s but RS Components used to have series for
> >industrial training selling at £100 each. Has anyone seen them, if so
> >what do you think ?
> I don't know if this place is still around, but the tapes seem to
> cover stuff pretty well.
Could you describe their contents in detail.
> I bought them in 1999 off the internet. The
> cost was something like $40 US (I think).
> Don't know if they offered them in PAL though.
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