© copyright 2014  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
Hobbyists...
Technicians...

Radio Amateurs...
Students...Engineers!
Solve over 160 electrical and
electronics equations quickly
and easily with the
Electronics Toolkit!
 
 
From simple Ohm's Law calculations in direct
current (dc) applications to complex design
equations for alternating current (ac) and radio
frequency (rf) circuits, the Electronics Toolkit
V1.0 can help anyone solve basic electrical and
electronics formulas quickly and accurately. 

Whether you are a hobbyist building electronics
projects, a repairman performing electrical
repairs or a broadcast engineer licensed by the
FCC, the Electronics Toolkit can simplify your
work.

The Electronics Toolkit can help you in the day-
to-day calculations involved in electrical and
electronics work ranging from complex projects
such as the design of frequency converters to 
calculating electrical and electronic values
during electronic assembly and
experimentation projects.

TYPICAL ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT
SCREEN SHOT

This is a screen shot of a partial worksheet
covering the topic of resonance.  The first
window displays definitions of the main topics. 
The next window, displaying a standardized
format, includes three columns: Calculations,
Formulas, and Notes.  The formulas are
displayed next to the calculation cells.  Each
calculation is color coded: gray cells for input
data and yellow cells for output data. The notes
column displays explanations and diagrams to
further explain the calculations.
© copyright 2014  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2015  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2015  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2014  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2014  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2015  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
© copyright 2015  XL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
From simple Ohm's Law calculations in direct current (dc)
applications to complex design equations for alternating
current (ac) and radio frequency (rf) circuits, the Electronics
Toolkit V1.0 can help anyone solve basic electrical and
electronics formulas quickly and accurately. 

Whether you are a hobbyist building electronics projects, a
repairman performing electrical repairs or a broadcast
engineer licensed by the FCC, the Electronics Toolkit can
simplify your work.
Hobbyists... Technicians...
Radio Amateurs...

Students... Engineers!

Solve over 160 electrical and electronics equations quickly and easily with the Electronics Toolkit!
The Electronics Toolkit can help you in the day-to-day calculations involved in electrical
and electronics work ranging from complex projects such as the design of frequency
converters to  calculating electrical and electronic values during electronic assembly and
experimentation projects.
STUDENTS - USE IT IN CLASS AND AT HOME

Students will also find the Electronics Toolkit useful in completing class work and
lab assignments.  Whether you are on campus pursuing an electrical engineering
degree or enrolled in an online electrical engineering course, the toolkit can make
your life easier.  In addition, students and instructors involved in electrical safety
training and electronics technology courses will find the toolkit very easy to use.
ELIMINATES GUESSWORK IN CALCULATIONS

A unique feature of the product is that it displays the actual formulas used in the calculations,
thereby eliminating guess work while teaching the principles used in the calculations.

NO PROGRAMS TO INSTALL - USE THE TOOLKIT  ANYWHERE

Based on Microsoft’s Excel®  spreadsheet format, each section is easy to use and is
organized around traditional electronics topics such as Ohm's Law for a.c. and d.c.,
series/parallel circuits, capacitance, inductance, resonance, frequency, time constants,
networks, antennas, and much more.

Developed by XL Technologies, the Electronics Toolkit  provides design solutions to a variety
of electronics and radio communications problems for broadcast engineers, two way radio
technicians, amateur radio operators, and students.
HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE ELECTRONICS TOOKIT


Amateur Radio -- This handy CD assistant has all the basic formulas needed for developing that next circuit, verifying basic dimensions for a week-end antenna project, or designing the rf section of a QRP transmitter.  There may be other sources for this data (handbooks, formulas programmed into a calculator, etc), but the Electronics Toolkit has all the basic formulas available for ready calculation in an easy to use Excel workbook format that includes 'units' conversion by input and output variables.  For example, if the capacitance of a parallel tuned circuit is in pF, the inductance is in mH, and you want to know the resonant frequency in mHz, just select these units in the drop down list for each input variable and the value of the resonant frequency in the output cell will be adjusted accordingly.

Electrical Engineering
-- The Electronics Toolkit can be used initially to introduce students to electrical engineering principles and later as a reference for electrical engineers practicing in the field.

Technical Colleges -- The organization of electrical and electronics formulas in separate worksheets in the Electronics Toolkit closely follows the arrangement of topics and chapters in many text books.  Consequently, the software can be used as a teaching tool alongside the text book in the classroom as well as in the lab.  Later, when the student graduates, the Electronics Toolkit will serve as a reference and a refresher of all the basic electrical and electronics formulas.

How To Projects -- Whether you are an electronics enthusiast, experimenter, hobbyist, or DIY enthusiast, the Electronics Toolkit has all the basic formulas you need at your fingertips for most electronics projects.

Broadcasting -- The Electronics Toolkit can be used in preparation for the FCC licensing exams which often require basic calculations of various electronics formulas.  For example, the following is a typical question from an FCC exam: In a parallel tuned circuit composed of an inductance of 200 uH and a capacitance of 200 pF, what is the resonant frequency? The solution to this problem can be easily solved by the Electronics Toolkit which also provides additional information to assist in learning the principles.

Industrial Electronics
-- Technicians will also find the Electronics Toolkit handy in troubleshooting and maintaining electronics equipment in a variety of applications.

Two Way Radio -- Typical applications include line-of-sight calculations for proper placement of antennas, calculation of RF power, voltage or current gain/loss, design of filters and attenuators, transmission line applications and much more.
TYPICAL ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT SCREEN SHOT

This is a screen shot of a partial worksheet covering the topic of
resonance.  The first window displays definitions of the main topics. 
The next window, displaying a standardized format, includes three
columns: Calculations, Formulas, and Notes.  The formulas are
displayed next to the calculation cells.  Each calculation is color
coded: gray cells for input data and yellow cells for output data. The
notes column displays explanations and diagrams to further explain
the calculations.
INPUT DATA IN GRAY
OUTPUT IN YELLOW
ACTUAL FORMULAS
USED  IN CALCULATIONS
Hobbyists...  Technicians...
 
Radio Amateurs... Students...
Engineers!
Solve over 160 electrical and electronics equations quickly and easily with the Electronics Toolkit!
From simple Ohm's Law calculations in direct current (dc) applications to complex design equations for alternating current (ac)
and radio frequency (rf) circuits, the Electronics Toolkit V1.0 can help anyone solve basic electrical and electronics formulas
quickly and accurately. 

Whether you are a hobbyist building electronics projects, a repairman performing electrical repairs or a broadcast engineer
licensed by the FCC, the Electronics Toolkit can simplify your work.

The Electronics Toolkit can help you in the day-to-day calculations involved in electrical and electronics work ranging from
complex projects such as the design of frequency converters to  calculating electrical and electronic values during electronic
assembly and experimentation projects.
STUDENTS - USE IT IN CLASS AND AT HOME

Students will also find the Electronics Toolkit useful in completing class work and lab assignments.  Whether you are on campus pursuing an electrical engineering
degree or enrolled in an online electrical engineering course, the toolkit can make your life easier.  In addition, students and instructors involved in electrical safety
training and electronics technology courses will find the toolkit very easy to use.
ELIMINATES GUESSWORK IN CALCULATIONS

A unique feature of the product is that it displays the actual formulas used in the calculations, thereby
eliminating guess work while teaching the principles used in the calculations.

NO PROGRAMS TO INSTALL - USE THE ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT  ANYWHERE

Based on Microsoft’s Excel®  spreadsheet format, each section is easy to use and is organized around
traditional electronics topics such as Ohm's Law for a.c. and d.c., series/parallel circuits, capacitance,
inductance, resonance, frequency, time constants, networks, antennas, and much more.

Developed by XL Technologies, the Electronics Toolkit  provides design solutions to a variety of electronics
and radio communications problems for broadcast engineers, two way radio technicians, amateur radio
operators, and students.
INPUT DATA IN GRAY
OUTPUT IN YELLOW
ACTUAL FORMULAS
USED  IN CALCULATIONS
ADDITIONAL NOTES &
EXPLANATIONS
TYPICAL ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT SCREEN SHOT

This is a screen shot of a partial worksheet covering the topic of resonance.  The first
window displays definitions of the main topics.  The next window, displaying a standardized
format, includes three columns: Calculations, Formulas, and Notes.  The formulas are
displayed next to the calculation cells.  Each calculation is color coded: gray cells for input
data and yellow cells for output data. The notes column displays explanations and diagrams
to further explain the calculations.
HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE ELECTRONICS TOOKIT


Amateur Radio -- This handy CD assistant has all the basic formulas needed for developing that next circuit, verifying basic dimensions for a week-end antenna project, or designing the rf section of a QRP transmitter.  There may be other sources for this data (handbooks, formulas programmed into a calculator, etc), but the Electronics Toolkit has all the basic formulas available for ready calculation in an easy to use Excel workbook format that includes 'units' conversion by input and output variables.  For example, if the capacitance of a parallel tuned circuit is in pF, the inductance is in mH, and you want to know the resonant frequency in mHz, just select these units in the drop down list for each input variable and the value of the resonant frequency in the output cell will be adjusted accordingly.

Electrical Engineering -- The Electronics Toolkit can be used initially to introduce students to electrical engineering principles and later as a reference for electrical engineers practicing in the field.

Technical Colleges -- The organization of electrical and electronics formulas in separate worksheets in the Electronics Toolkit closely follows the arrangement of topics and chapters in many text books.  Consequently, the software can be used as a teaching tool alongside the text book in the classroom as well as in the lab.  Later, when the student graduates, the Electronics Toolkit will serve as a reference and a refresher of all the basic electrical and electronics formulas.

How To Projects -- Whether you are an electronics enthusiast, experimenter, hobbyist, or DIY enthusiast, the Electronics Toolkit has all the basic formulas you need at your fingertips for most electronics projects.

Broadcasting -- The Electronics Toolkit can be used in preparation for the FCC licensing exams which often require basic calculations of various electronics formulas.  For example, the following is a typical question from an FCC exam: In a parallel tuned circuit composed of an inductance of 200 uH and a capacitance of 200 pF, what is the resonant frequency? The solution to this problem can be easily solved by the Electronics Toolkit which also provides additional information to assist in learning the principles.

Industrial Electronics -- Technicians will also find the Electronics Toolkit handy in troubleshooting and maintaining electronics equipment in a variety of applications.

Two Way Radio -- Typical applications include line-of-sight calculations for proper placement of antennas, calculation of RF power, voltage or current gain/loss, design of filters and attenuators, transmission line applications and much more.
INPUT DATA IN GRAY
OUTPUT IN YELLOW
ACTUAL FORMULAS
USED  IN CALCULATIONS
ADDITIONAL NOTES &
EXPLANATIONS
HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE ELECTRONICS TOOKIT

Amateur Radio -- This handy CD assistant has all the basic formulas needed for developing that next circuit, verifying basic
dimensions for a week-end antenna project, or designing the rf section of a QRP transmitter.  There may be other sources for this
data (handbooks, formulas programmed into a calculator, etc), but the Electronics Toolkit has all the basic formulas available for
ready calculation in an easy to use Excel workbook format that includes 'units' conversion by input and output variables.  For example,
if the capacitance of a parallel tuned circuit is in pF, the inductance is in mH, and you want to know the resonant frequency in mHz, just
select these units in the drop down list for each input variable and the value of the resonant frequency in the output cell will be adjusted
accordingly.

Electrical Engineering -- The Electronics Toolkit can be used initially to introduce students to electrical engineering principles and
later as a reference for electrical engineers practicing in the field.

Technical Colleges -- The organization of electrical and electronics formulas in separate worksheets in the Electronics Toolkit
closely follows the arrangement of topics and chapters in many text books.  Consequently, the software can be used as a teaching tool
alongside the text book in the classroom as well as in the lab.  Later, when the student graduates, the Electronics Toolkit will serve as
a reference and a refresher of all the basic electrical and electronics formulas.

How To Projects -- Whether you are an electronics enthusiast, experimenter, hobbyist, or DIY enthusiast, the Electronics Toolkit has
all the basic formulas you need at your fingertips for most electronics projects.

Broadcasting -- The Electronics Toolkit can be used in preparation for the FCC licensing exams which often require basic
calculations of various electronics formulas.  For example, the following is a typical question from an FCC exam: In a parallel tuned
circuit composed of an inductance of 200 uH and a capacitance of 200 pF, what is the resonant frequency? The solution to this
problem can be easily solved by the Electronics Toolkit which also provides additional information to assist in learning the principles.

Industrial Electronics -- Technicians will also find the Electronics Toolkit handy in troubleshooting and maintaining electronics
equipment in a variety of applications.

Two Way Radio -- Typical applications include line-of-sight calculations for proper placement of antennas, calculation of RF power,
voltage or current gain/loss, design of filters and attenuators, transmission line applications and much more.


TYPICAL ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT SCREEN SHOT

This is a screen shot of a partial worksheet covering the topic of resonance.  The first window displays definitions of the main topics. 
The next window, displaying a standardized format, includes three columns: Calculations, Formulas, and Notes.  The formulas are
displayed next to the calculation cells.  Each calculation is color coded: gray cells for input data and yellow cells for output data. The
notes column displays explanations and diagrams to further explain the calculations.
Hobbyists...
Technicians...
Radio Amateurs... Students...Engineers!
Solve over 160 electrical and electronics equations quickly and easily
with the Electronics Toolkit!
From simple Ohm's Law calculations in direct current (dc) applications to complex design equations for
alternating current (ac) and radio frequency (rf) circuits, the Electronics Toolkit V1.0 can help anyone solve
basic electrical and electronics formulas quickly and accurately. 

Whether you are a hobbyist building electronics projects, a repairman performing electrical repairs or a
broadcast engineer licensed by the FCC, the Electronics Toolkit can simplify your work.
The Electronics Toolkit can help you in the day-to-day calculations involved in electrical and electronics
work ranging from complex projects such as the design of frequency converters to  calculating electrical and
electronic values during electronic assembly and experimentation projects.
STUDENTS - USE IT IN CLASS AND AT HOME

Students will also find the Electronics Toolkit useful in completing class work and lab assignments.  Whether you are on campus
pursuing an electrical engineering degree or enrolled in an online electrical engineering course, the toolkit can make your life easier.  In
addition, students and instructors involved in electrical safety training and electronics technology courses will find the toolkit very easy to
use.
ELIMINATES GUESSWORK IN CALCULATIONS

A unique feature of the product is that it displays the actual formulas used in the calculations, thereby eliminating guess work while
teaching the principles used in the calculations.

NO PROGRAMS TO INSTALL - USE THE ELECTRONICS TOOLKIT  ANYWHERE

Based on Microsoft’s Excel®  spreadsheet format, each section is easy to use and is organized around traditional electronics topics such
as Ohm's Law for a.c. and d.c., series/parallel circuits, capacitance, inductance, resonance, frequency, time constants, networks,
antennas, and much more.

Developed by XL Technologies, the Electronics Toolkit  provides design solutions to a variety of electronics and radio communications
problems for broadcast engineers, two way radio technicians, amateur radio operators, and students.
ADDITIONAL NOTES &
EXPLANATIONS
HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL
APPLICATIONS FOR THE
ELECTRONICS TOOKIT

Amateur Radio -- This handy CD assistant
has all the basic formulas needed for
developing that next circuit, verifying basic
dimensions for a week-end antenna project, or
designing the rf section of a QRP transmitter. 
There may be other sources for this data
(handbooks, formulas programmed into a
calculator, etc), but the Electronics Toolkit has
all the basic formulas available for ready
calculation in an easy to use Excel workbook
format that includes 'units' conversion by input
and output variables.  For example, if the
capacitance of a parallel tuned circuit is in pF,
the inductance is in mH, and you want to know
the resonant frequency in mHz, just select
these units in the drop down list for each input
variable and the value of the resonant
frequency in the output cell will be adjusted
accordingly.

Electrical Engineering -- The Electronics
Toolkit can be used initially to introduce
students to electrical engineering principles
and later as a reference for electrical
engineers practicing in the field.

Technical Colleges -- The organization of
electrical and electronics formulas in separate
worksheets in the Electronics Toolkit closely
follows the arrangement of topics and
chapters in many text books.  Consequently,
the software can be used as a teaching tool
alongside the text book in the classroom as
well as in the lab.  Later, when the student
graduates, the Electronics Toolkit will serve as
a reference and a refresher of all the basic
electrical and electronics formulas.

How To Projects -- Whether you are an
electronics enthusiast, experimenter, hobbyist,
or DIY enthusiast, the Electronics Toolkit has
all the basic formulas you need at your
fingertips for most electronics projects.

Broadcasting -- The Electronics Toolkit can
be used in preparation for the FCC licensing
exams which often require basic calculations
of various electronics formulas.  For example,
the following is a typical question from an FCC
exam: In a parallel tuned circuit composed of
an inductance of 200 uH and a capacitance of
200 pF, what is the resonant frequency? The
solution to this problem can be easily solved
by the Electronics Toolkit which also provides
additional information to assist in learning the
principles.

Industrial Electronics -- Technicians will also
find the Electronics Toolkit handy in
troubleshooting and maintaining electronics
equipment in a variety of applications.

Two Way Radio -- Typical applications
include line-of-sight calculations for proper
placement of antennas, calculation of RF
power, voltage or current gain/loss, design of
filters and attenuators, transmission line
applications and much more.