Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications Assessment

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The Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications assessment covers the technology and terminology used by engineers working with analog systems, digital computers, and communications. The covered subjects include practical applications of electrical theory, analog and digital design, computer design and application, and communications systems. All questions can be answered by qualified candidates without use of a calculator or reference book. The assessment results will help gauge the candidate's suitability for positions in design, manufacturing, systems operation, maintenance, and technical sales.

Assessments for Electrical Engineering: Power & Control and Electronic Schematics are also available.

Number of questions 50
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Analog Design
Analog Systems
Applied Electrical Theory
Communications
Digital Design
Digital Systems
Tasks tested AC Standby Power
Active Filters
Amplifiers
Analog Circuit Design
Analog Computing
Analog Wiring
Antenna Design
Audio Engineering
Capacitor Selection
Cathode Ray Tube Design
Communication System Design
Computer Design
Computer Networks
Current Meter
DC Power
Digital Buss Loading
Digital Component Devices
Digital Encoding
Digital Logic
Digital Logic Design
Digital Output Design
Digital Outputs
Digital System Design
Electrical Noise Reduction
Electronic Switching
Equivalent Capacitance
Equivalent Resistance
Fiber Optic Cable
Filter Design
Maximum Power Transfer
Microcomputer Design
Numeric Processing
Power Calculations
Power Measurement
Power Supply Design
Precise Measurement
Radio Propagation
Rectifier Design
Reliability
Sensor Design
Series Resistance
Signal Sampling
Telephone Lines
Telephone Switching
Thermocouple Circuits
Transformer Design
Transistor Circuits
User Defined Logic
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)