Electronics

  • Factors Affecting Resistance

    Resistance is the property of the material that restricts the flow of electrons. There are four factors affecting resistance which are Temperature, Length of wire, Area of the cross-section of the wire, and nature of the material. When there is…

  • What are the 7 different Types of logic gates?

    There are 7 types of logic gates which are: AND gate, OR gate, XOR gate, NAND gate, NOR gate, XNOR gate, and NOT gate. Logic gates are electronic circuits that make logical decisions. It has one output and one or more inputs. Output signal appears…

  • Difference between forward bias and reverse bias of semiconductor diode

    The difference between forward bias and reverse bias is that in forward biasing positive terminal of the battery is connected with the p-type and negative terminal is connected with n-type of semiconductor, while in reverse biasing positive terminal of the…

  • Electronic Components Symbols

    The electronic components are those devices that are part of an electronic circuit. They are designed to be connected to each other, usually by welding, to a printed circuit, to form a circuit. These components can be classified into semiconductors,…

  • How many Types of Multivibrators Are There?

    what is multivibrator? The name mutivibrator designates a group of the circuits widely applied for switching as shift registers or temporary memories and as square were timing oscillator or clocks. These circuits are basically closed loop feedback circuits operating with…

  • Different types of rectifiers and their applications in daily life

    What is Rectification? The conversion of alternating current into direct current is called rectification. Semiconductor diodes are extensively used for this purpose. How many types of rectification ? There are three common types of rectification: Half-wave rectification Full-wave rectification Full…

  • Types of capacitors with applications

    “A capacitor is a device that can store charge.”Apart from resistors and inductors, it is the other basic component commonly used in electronic circuits. It is a device that has the ability to store charge which neither a resistor nor…

  • Difference between BJT and FET

    Difference between bipolar junction transistor (BJT) and field effect transistor (FET)

    BJT and FET are electronic devices. The basic difference between BJT and FET is that the bipolar junction transistor is the bipolar and current control device, while FET (field effect transistor) is the unijunction transistor. It is a voltage control…

  • What is Modulation in Physics?

    Modulation in physics is the process of changing one or more properties of a periodic waveform, the carrier signal, with a modulating signal that typically contains information that is to be transmitted from one place to another. There are three…

  • Capacitance of a Capacitor

    The capacitance of a capacitor is the ability of a capacitor to store an electric charge per unit of voltage across its plates of a capacitor. Capacitance is found by dividing electric charge with voltage by the formula C=Q/V. Its…

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