Electrical Concepts and Practices - a Primer

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The company that publishes Radio magazine also publishes many other trade magazines, including Broadcast Engineering and Mix. Other magazines cover industries that are related to broadcasting and electronics, while some cover topics that are completelty different. One magazine that shares some common interests with radio broadcast engineers is EC&M.

EC&M is the technical authority for 102,000+ electrical professionals involved in large electrical contracting companies, industrial plants with 100+ employees and large engineering firms. The National Electrical Code, power quality, motors and controllers, lighting, installation methods and more are covered with in-depth articles and easy-to-understand instructions.

Following are links to several articles that may be of interest to Radio magazine readers.

The Basics of 3-Phase Transformers - Part 1

The Basics of 3-Phase Transformers - Part 2

The Basics of Voltage Imbalance

The Basics of Selecting Industrial Fuses - Part 1

The Basics of Selecting Industrial Fuses - Part 2

The Basics of Delta-Wye Transformers

Not All Ground Rods Are Created Equal

The Basics of Alternating Current

Shedding New Light on Electrical Fundamentals

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