Electronic Engineering Tool is a Web-based tool that includes an electronic formula calculator and converter functions. It very useful when working with electronics, both for engineers and amateurs. For example, it includes converters for dBm-to-Watt and Fahrenheit-to-Celsius, and it can calculate Ohm's law, filters, thermal resistant C/W, SWR, coil inductance, capacitor capacity, and more.
|Tags||Utilities education Scientific/Engineering Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Mathematics|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The language has been separated from the PHP/XHTML code to allow easy translation. The first translation (Turkish) has been completed. The layout of all pages has been updated.
Release Notes: An IP / Subnet calculator has been added. There is a new CSS style sheet. The CPU Overclocking calculator has been updated with a few predefined processors. A FAQ file has been added. A little code cleanup has been done.
Release Notes: This release adds Kelvin in the temperature converter, dBW- Watt and dBm-milliWatt converters, a wavelength calculator, basic help with screenshots, more useful electronic information, and links. A bug in Fahrenheit-Celsius-Kelvin converter has been fixed.
Release Notes: New features include an overclocked CPU power usage calculator, a dB calculator, a SWR calculator, IP case rating information, and more links.
Release Notes: This is the first public release of eetool. It contains calculators for Ohm's law, coil inductance, and capacitor capacity. It also contains converters for decimal-hexadecimal-binary-octal, Fahrenheit-Celsius. It also includes some links to a few semiconductor companies, organizations, and online shops.