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Difference Between Balanced And Unbalanced Output Of A Professional Audio Amplifier And Public Address...

Noise-free, clarity and fidelity are some important features of any audio system. Noise can come from a variety of electrical and radio interferences, but most commonly comes from power cables. Humming...

Basics and Overview of Flip Flops

A flip flop is an electronic circuit with two stable states that can be used to store binary data. The stored data can be changed by applying varying inputs. Flip-flops and...

Half & Full Wave Rectifier | Rectifier Basics

Power conversion is very common with today’s electronics. We constantly switch from AC to DC and vice-versa. The common source of AC is the power supply whereas, batteries are used for...

What Are The Differences Between SMD, SMT and THT?

Fundamentally, there is a difference between surface-mount technology (SMT) and surface-mount device (SMD). It is because one is a process, whereas the other is a device. SMT is the method of placing...

What Are DIP, SMD, QFP And BGA IC Packages?

There are many types of IC packages, each having unique dimensions, mounting types and/or pin counts. Most common IC package types include DIP, surface-mount device (SMD), small-outline package (SOP), quad-flat package...
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SMPS: Basics & Working of Switched Mode Power Supply

Switch mode power supplies (SMPSs) are used in a range of applications as an efficient and effective source of power. This is in major part of their efficiency. For anybody still...
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Humidity Sensor: Basics, Usage, Parameters and Applications

Sometimes, after rains, the air feels moist. The water seems to have suspended in the air. However, in certain AC’s you click some buttons and the atmosphere brightens up. How and...

What Is Machine Learning?

Machine learning, or ML, is an application of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides systems the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed. It is based on...

How Are RMS And PMPO Used To Represent The Power Of An Audio Amplifier?

RMS (Root-Mean Square) It is the minimum continuous sinewave power output measured in watts that can be delivered by the amplifier into a rated load, over the specified bandwidth with maximum specified...

How To Prevent Electrical Faults?

This article explains how by using a few basic devices, most electrical faults and, subsequently, mishaps can be avoided. Every day we hear about fires that take place across the world due...

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