Basic Electronics Videos

Electronics Notes standard YouTube videos and YouTube shorts videos covering basic electronics topics.

Electronics Notes is producing a number of videos to provide an understanding of basic electronics concepts. It is often easier to listen to an explanation than read it on a page.

This expanding list of videos is intended to give a very accessible introduction to various basic electronics topics.

The list is expanding and new videos are being added periodically, so if you can't find what you need, then check back later.

These videos give a concise introduction to a variety of basic electronics topics. They are generally supported by a page within the basic electronics section of the website.

List of YouTube Videos on Basic Electronics

Title Video Description
Ohm's Law A description of Ohm's Law and a definition, Ohm's Law equation and the Ohm's Law triangle for easy calculation
Ohmic & Non-Ohmic Conductors A summary of the difference between Ohmic and non-Ohmic conductors
Filament Lamp Resistance Understand why the resistance of a filament lamp changes with voltage, the I/V curve and why it is non-Ohmic.
Series & Parallel Resistor Calculations An explanation of how to calculate the resistance of a set of resistors in series and parallel
What are AC & DC Understand Alternating Current, AC & Direct Current, DC: discover the differences, advantages, etc.

YouTube SHORTS Videos on Basic Electronics

These videos conform to the new YouTube #Shorts style of vertical video format and less than a minute. They are intended to give a quick overview of a topic which could be useful to give a basic understanding of a topic or act as revision.

List of YouTube Shorts Videos on Basic Electronics

Title Video Description
Ohm's Law A summary of the basic concepts of Ohm's law, definition of the law and the basic equation.
Ohm's Law triangle The Ohm's Law triangle is an easy way of remembering the different formats for the Ohm's Law equation.
How to Calculate Resistors in Series Explanation of how the total resistance of a number of resistors wired in series can be calculated.
How to Calculate Resistors in Parallel Explanation of how the total resistance of a number of resistors wired in parallel can be calculated. Equations and examples for multiple resistors and te special case for two resistors.

New videos on basic electronic are being prepared, so the list will increase over time.

More Basic Electronics Concepts & Tutorials:
Voltage     Current     Power     Resistance     Capacitance     Inductance     Transformers     Decibel, dB     Kirchoff's Laws     Q, quality factor     RF noise     Waveforms