My Papers on Circuit Phenomena



Papers presented at conferences (in English):

Building electronics tutorial - presented at conference ELECTRONICS' 2003,

Parallel negative feedback circuit builder - presented at conference ELECTRONICS' 2004,

Web-based building course on analog electronics is my teacher's story about the web experiment I have conducted during the spring 2004,

Investigating, presenting and building electronic circuits with dynamic load by using the heuristic principle of the conflict was presented at the conference COMPUTER SCIENCE' 2005, Halkidiki, Greece.

Improving the heuristic conflict principle, in order to apply to electronic circuits with controlled dynamic load was presented at the conference COMPUTER SCIENCE' 2005, Halkidiki, Greece.

A heuristic approach to teaching analog electronics was presented at the 6th European Workshop on Microelectronics Education' 2006, Stockholm, Sweden, June 8-9.

A heuristic approach to teaching negative resistance phenomenon will be presented at the conference COMPUTER SCIENCE' 2006, Istanbul, Turkey. NEW



Papers published in Engineering Review magazine (BG versions only):

These materials are implemented as html pages containing jpg images (scans); some figures may be interesting for you.

Common-emitter stage in three steps - January,1998

The phenomenon of active copying - March, 1998

Disturbed active copying - March, 1998

Disturbed active copying or... an amplification? - April, 1998

Soft and hard voltages together - November, 1998

An amplification... by a conflict - December, 1998

A conflict between voltages in common-base stage - January,1999

The differential amplifier: a dramatic fight between voltage sources - March, 1999

Conflict between current sources in amplifier with dynamic load - April, 1999

Mutual aiding in electronic circuits - November, 1999



How to invent electronic circuits (3 MB pdf, BG version only):

I prepared this series of 17 papers for Popular Electronics magazine in 1999; then I didn't manage to translate into English. They are implemented as a pdf file containing a lot of jpg images; maybe, some figures will be interesting for you. Here is the list of papers:

1. Voltage causes current?

2. Current causes voltage?

3. Walking on the resistive layer...

4. Passive or active copying?

5. Series or parallel comparing?

6. Disturbed active copying.

7. Amplification by... an attenuation.

8. Single, double or multiple disturbance.

9. Disturbance as an input.

10. Amplification by a conflict between voltage sources.

11. Dramatic voltage conflict.

12. Conflicts between current sources.

13. Mutual aiding between electrical sources.

14. Compensating by injecting current.

15. Copying without destroying the original.

16. The principles in action: building a tester.

17. Let's reverse causality!


Last updated, September 16, 2006