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Educational electronics equipment, 1967-68 by G. W. A Dummer

By G. W. A Dummer

Academic Electronics gear 1967-68 provides a serious evaluation of digital and electronic-based apparatus designed accurately for academic and educational reasons. It discusses the apparatus for guideline and coaching in physics, electronics, and desktop regulate. It addresses the character of digital aids use in technical institutions.
Some of the subjects coated within the e-book are the outline of lecture demonstration gear; parts of version 70 electronic desktop coach; merits of inexpensive educating laptop; makes use of of academic analogue machine; description of common laboratory computing device; elements of protecting structures dynamic simulator; and content material of computing device demonstration equipment. The mechanisms of operator education gear are absolutely lined. kind MS a hundred and fifty modular servo process and DC-8 engine coach are mentioned. An in-depth remark made at the regulate circuit for a stepping motor is given. A research of the features of semi-automatic flight inspection simulator can be provided. A bankruptcy is dedicated to the Atlas missile airborne propellant feed and pressurization method coach. one other part makes a speciality of the mechanisms of Boeing 707 cockpit familiarization coach.
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Receptacle for headset or l i ste n ing device an d m i c rophone. ­ SPECIFICATION 9¥a" x 7" x 4" SIZE 91/2 l bs. WEI G HT POWER 6 Flashl ight "D" Cells or 115 volt 60 cps (230 volts when specified) FREQU ENCY RESPON S E 100 - 10,000 cps MODEL ' 302A Dyn a m i c , n ol s e - e x c l u d l n a MODEL MODEL 321A Llghtwelaht llstenlna device earphones a n d microphone. 10,000 cps. MODEL vides outlets for up to 9 head­ set• or llstenlna devices. I MPEDA N C ES (speaker) (headset) (m icrophone) C O NSTRUCTI O N Extruded aluminum case, scratch resistant vinyl finish 90-71 A Multiple l lstenlna adapter pro­ E L ECTRO N ICS Dual amplifiers, fully transistorized TAPE One inch wide, 1 m il polyester type, 51/2 hour recording capacity per reel microphone with stand or around the neck lavallere mike.

1. TESTS O F LEARNING ABILITY Learning may be regarded a s a proc e s s whereby an individual , the pupil , move s from an initial s tate where his pe rformanc e on the task under consider ­ ation is unacc eptable to the traine r , to · a final s tate wher e his performanc e is ac c eptable . When we say that a potential pupil is able to learn, we mean that we expect this trans ition to oc cur if the pupil i s allowed acc e s s to a suitable training envir onment. As Gaine s ( 1 96 6 ) has pointed out, a training s ituation c an be regarded as a test s ituation when the feedback of pupil performance to the trainer becomes of primary importanc e , and by a 'test of learning ability ' we s hall mean a * ESL Offprint , r eproduc ed here by c ourtes y of Educational Systems Ltd.

Organised to provide a complete system of advice, know how a nd facilities i n the field of education a nd tra i ning. Other members special ise in I ndustrial a nd Techn ical Tra i n i ng, M anagement and Su pervisory Tra i n i ng, Sales Tra i n i ng, the production of films, filmstrips, film loops, tapes etc. Please write for i nformation. 42 ESL tm 1 98 (C ontd) GENERAL PURPOSE Tests recently c ar ried out by Educ ational System s Limited, suggest that in ho spital s , wher e all c onditions c onspi r e against effective teaching , the teach­ ing machine c ould play an important rol e .

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