About the r/AskElectronics community
r/AskElectronics is a Subreddit for Electrical Engineers with roughly 321K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
This is a technical ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING subreddit, covering practical, component-level circuit design and repair, electronic circuit theory, electronic components, tools and equipment. We don't cover semiconductor / electron theory, the buying or setup of off-the-shelf consumer goods, computers & peripherals, spares for domestic appliances, building wiring and fittings, batteries and chargers, power adapters or LED strips and LED lighting - see below.
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