A 10 year old dot-com that has survived the ups and downs of the technology-wave unveiled its latest form on August 2002. Key changes included:
1. Total focus towards electronics on a technology level
2. A global perspective
3. Special facilities for registered users
This website is owned by the EFY Group, head-quartered at New Delhi, India and a member of the media community since 1969. Click here to know more...
A free listing of 100 plus two circuit-diagrams. The latest two can be accessed by registered users only, while the rest can be accessed by anybody. Every month a minimum of two circuits are added. Note: All circuits have been tested in the labs of EFY.
- Hottest Entrants: These are the latest circuits posted at Circuit Lab (generally two) and can be accessed by registered users only.
- Two views: There are two possible views of the listing of the 100 free circuits:
A repository of technical features related to electronics. Links to articles published by the EFY group or other websites related to electronics. Articles have been segregated amongst categories and sub-categories for ease of browsing.
A section where industry experts speak about the trends in the market, and how the challenges are being overcome through better design and other solutions
Do-it-Youself Projects Section:
Microcontrollers Projects Section:
Test & Measurement Section:
Your contact point with our entire team. Addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers of our representatives/offices in India are all listed here.
- Feedback policy: These are a few guidelines that are useful for our patrons to be aware of as they detail the kind of feedback that we respond to, and those that we don’t. Broadly, we invite the following types of feedbacks from our patrons:
Register Yourself: This is the facility through which you can become a registered user of electronicsforu.com, and can enjoy the following benefits:
EFYMagOnline (Paid Section):
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