About this list of Electrical Engineering communities
Eletrical engineering communities are online groups where eletrical engineers discuss their projects, electrical engineering in theory & practice, and the industry as a whole.
Online Communities for Electrical Engineers18
EE TimesA member of the Aspencore Network, EE Times is the premier site for electrical engineering news and analysis. In addition to providing free technical articles, news, and podcasts, EE Times is the home for experienced and novice engineers who want to grow in their discipline.
Electrical Engineering CodidactGeneral Q&A about the design and function of electronic systems, electric power systems and infrastructure, their theory, and tools specific to those fields. There is also an associated discord server for this community.ForumChat
1 Bit Squared
on discordOur mission here at 1BitSquared is to create, manufacture and sell open-source hardware that is made for and together with the open-source hardware community. Because of this we believe that it is very important to be connected and share ideas. This community has a discord and discourse server.
All About CircuitsAAC provides resources and facilitates discussion amongst EEs to provide real-world solutions to the challenges they face today. Whether you’re learning RF design, honing your PCB layout skills, figuring out Verilog, or looking for inspiration for your next design, AAC is your home for technical information, news, and tools.ForumNewsletter
EEWebA member of the Aspencore Network, EEWeb is the go-to site for users of electronic design tools. In addition to providing a suite of free design, verification, and analysis tools, EEWeb is the home for experienced and novice designers alike to share tips and to ask and answer questions. The peer-driven, interactive site includes a forum of multiple discussion threads, technical communities, a library of projects, and a wealth of articles on design tools, tips, techniques, and technologies.ForumNewsletter
on redditA subreddit for discussion of all things electrical and computer engineering.
EDNA member of the Aspencore Network, EDN.com offers the latest electrical engineering design ideas and projects for students and pros. In addition to providing reliable electronics news, EDN is the home for experienced and novice designers alike to share tips and to ask and answer questions.
Electrical Engineering Stack ExchangeElectrical Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for electronics and electrical engineering professionals, students, and enthusiasts.Forum
EDAboardEDAboard.com is an international Electronic Discussion Forum focused on EDA software, circuits, schematics, books, theory, papers, asic, pld, 8051, DSP, Network, RF, Analog Design, PCB, Service Manuals... and a whole lot more!
on redditA platform to ask electrical questions, projects, interview questions and field related questions.
MJLortonForums from youtube content creator MJ Lorton. Solar power, alternative energy, and electronic measurement equipment.
Electrical Engineering World
on facebookOur Facebook Page >> facebook.com/Elec.Eng.World
on redditThis 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.
on redditA place to ask questions, discuss topics and share projects related to Electrical Engineering.
electronic circuit project design and mathematics
on facebookcircuit project design & mathematic
on redditMechatronics Engineering
Electronics PointElectronics Point was founded in 2005 by a young electrical engineer located in the UK while at University. His efforts over the last decade have helped it become a community where members can discuss, advise and debate electronics-related topics. We look to promote the community through technology commentary, community research, and interviews with the engineers who are designing the future. We aim to explore up-and-coming components, designs, and consumer products and assess the pending progress of the industry as it relates to the hardware engineer. We want to uncover the people behind the hardware, better understand their lives and habits, and knit together a community of big-picture thinkers.
ElektrodaElektroda.com is the ‘Reddit’ of the global electronics community with over 3 million registered users. Featuring engineering forums, free tools, award-winning journalists, and more.