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2013-09-02T00:00:00Z
Ben Eater

Ben Eater

2013 - Now  •  12:00 AM on YouTube  •  40 hours  •  120 episodes
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Season 2021: Episode 10
Season 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Season 2013
S2013 E01
KA 60 Minutes Sep 2013 rerun (10x speed)
S2013 E02
Experimenting with LEDs | Digital electronics (1 of 10)
S2013 E03
Limiting current through an LED | Digital electronics (2 of 10)
S2013 E04
Powering our LED circuit | Digital electronics (3 of 10)
S2013 E05
Connecting to a mystery signal | Digital electronics (4 of 10)
S2013 E06
How a transistor amplifies current | Digital electronics (6 of 10)
S2013 E07
Troubleshooting: Investigating why the LED is so dim (5 of 10)
S2013 E08
The transistor as a current controlled switch | Digital electronics (7 of...
S2013 E09
Using a transistor to solve our problem | Digital electronics (8 of 10)
S2013 E10
Inverting the signal with a transistor | Digital electronics (9 of 10)
S2013 E11
Comparing the buffer and inverter circuits | Digital electronics (10 of 1...
Season 2014
S2014 E01
Sending digital information over a wire | Networking tutorial (1 of 13)
S2014 E02
Intro to fiber optics and RF encoding | Networking tutorial (2 of 13)
S2014 E03
Clock synchronization and Manchester coding | Networking tutorial (3 of 1...
S2014 E04
Analyzing actual Ethernet encoding | Networking tutorial (4 of 13)
S2014 E05
The importance of framing | Networking tutorial (5 of 13)
S2014 E06
Frame formats | Networking tutorial (6 of 13)
S2014 E07
Lower layers of the OSI model | Networking tutorial (7 of 13)
S2014 E08
The Internet Protocol | Networking tutorial (8 of 13)
S2014 E09
ARP: Mapping between IP and Ethernet | Networking tutorial (9 of 13)
S2014 E10
Looking at ARP and ping packets | Networking tutorial (10 of 13)
S2014 E11
Hop-by-hop routing | Networking tutorial (11 of 13)
S2014 E12
TCP: Transmission control protocol | Networking tutorial (12 of 13)
S2014 E13
TCP connection walkthrough | Networking tutorial (13 of 13)
Season 2015
S2015 E01
Programming my 8-bit breadboard computer
S2015 E02
Stepping through a program on the 8-bit breadboard computer
S2015 E03
Comparing C to machine language
S2015 E04
Programming Fibonacci on a breadboard computer
S2015 E05
Experimenting with LEDs | Digital electronics (1 of 10)
S2015 E06
Limiting current through an LED | Digital electronics (2 of 10)
S2015 E07
Powering our LED circuit | Digital electronics (3 of 10)
S2015 E08
Connecting to a mystery signal | Digital electronics (4 of 10)
S2015 E09
Troubleshooting: Investigating why the LED is so dim (5 of 10)
S2015 E10
How a transistor amplifies current | Digital electronics (6 of 10)
S2015 E11
The transistor as a current controlled switch | Digital electronics (7 of...
S2015 E12
Using a transistor to solve our problem | Digital electronics (8 of 10)
S2015 E13
Inverting the signal with a transistor | Digital electronics (9 of 10)
S2015 E14
Comparing the buffer and inverter circuits | Digital electronics (10 of 1...
S2015 E15
Learn how computers add numbers and build a 4 bit adder circuit
S2015 E16
How semiconductors work
S2015 E17
How a transistor works
S2015 E18
Making logic gates from transistors
Season 2016
S2016 E01
SR latch
S2016 E02
D latch
S2016 E03
D flip-flop
S2016 E04
8-bit computer update
S2016 E05
Astable 555 timer - 8-bit computer clock - part 1
S2016 E06
Monostable 555 timer - 8-bit computer clock - part 2
S2016 E07
Bistable 555 - 8-bit computer clock - part 3
S2016 E08
Clock logic - 8-bit computer clock - part 4
S2016 E09
Bus architecture and how register transfers work - 8 bit register - Part ...
S2016 E10
Tri-state logic: Connecting multiple outputs together - 8 bit register - ...
S2016 E11
Designing and building a 1-bit register - 8 bit register - Part 3
S2016 E12
Building an 8-bit register - 8-bit register - Part 4
S2016 E13
Testing our computer's registers - 8-bit register - Part 5
S2016 E14
Twos complement: Negative numbers in binary
S2016 E15
ALU Design
S2016 E16
Building the ALU
S2016 E17
Troubleshooting the ALU
S2016 E18
Testing the computer's ALU
S2016 E19
8-bit computer RAM intro
S2016 E20
RAM module build - part 1
S2016 E21
RAM module build - part 2
S2016 E22
RAM module build - part 3
S2016 E23
RAM module testing and troubleshooting
S2016 E24
JK flip-flop
Season 2017
S2017 E01
JK flip-flop racing
S2017 E02
Master-slave JK flip-flop
S2017 E03
Binary counter
S2017 E04
Program counter design
S2017 E05
Program counter build
S2017 E06
Designing a 7-segment hex decoder
S2017 E07
Using an EEPROM to replace combinational logic
S2017 E08
Build an Arduino EEPROM programmer
S2017 E09
Build an 8-bit decimal display for our 8-bit computer
S2017 E10
8-bit computer build: Connecting the bus
S2017 E11
8-bit CPU control signal overview
S2017 E12
8-bit CPU control logic: Part 1
S2017 E13
8-bit CPU control logic: Part 2
S2017 E14
8-bit CPU control logic: Part 3
S2017 E15
8-bit CPU reset circuit and power supply tips
S2017 E16
Reprogramming CPU microcode with an Arduino
S2017 E17
Adding more machine language instructions to the CPU
S2017 E18
The case against Net Neutrality?
S2017 E19
The case against Net Neutrality?
Season 2018
S2018 E01
Making a computer Turing complete
S2018 E02
CPU flags register
S2018 E03
Conditional jump instructions
S2018 E04
Reliable data transmission
S2018 E05
Error detection: Parity checking
Season 2019
S2019 E01
Checksums and Hamming distance
S2019 E02
How do CRCs work?
S2019 E03
Hardware build: CRC calculation
S2019 E04
The world's worst video card?
S2019 E05
World's worst video card? The exciting conclusion
S2019 E06
“Hello, world” from scratch on a 6502 — Part 1
S2019 E07
How do CPUs read machine code? — 6502 part 2
S2019 E08
Assembly language vs. machine code — 6502 part 3
S2019 E09
Connecting an LCD to our computer — 6502 part 4
Season 2020
S2020 E01
What is a stack and how does it work? — 6502 part 5
S2020 E02
RAM and bus timing — 6502 part 6
S2020 E03
Subroutine calls, now with RAM — 6502 part 7
S2020 E04
Why build an entire computer on breadboards?
S2020 E05
How assembly language loops work
S2020 E06
Binary to decimal can’t be that hard, right?
S2020 E07
Hardware interrupts
S2020 E08
What is error correction? Hamming codes in hardware
S2020 E09
Interrupt handling
S2020 E10
Installing the world’s worst video card
S2020 E11
World's worst video card gets better?
S2020 E12
Breadboarding tips
Season 2021
S2021 E01
Breadboarding tips
S2021 E02
So how does a PS/2 keyboard interface work?
S2021 E03
Keyboard interface hardware
S2021 E04
Keyboard interface software
S2021 E05
How does a USB keyboard work?
S2021 E06
How does USB device discovery work?
S2021 E07
How does n-key rollover work?
S2021 E08
SPI: The serial peripheral interface
S2021 E09
Why was Facebook down for five hours?
S2021 E10
How do hardware timers work?
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