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Basics

This section features all the Basic Electronics articles which will be very useful for Engineers, Electronics Enthusiasts and for those who have just started learning about Electronics.

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Tutorial: Oscillators

In this video, the author will be talking about how important oscillators are in circuits and how the three main principles work in order to create them. These are RC relaxation...
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Tutorial: USB Powered Mini AC

Make your own mini USB Air conditioner! All you need are some simple items to pull this off. A plastic box, some small fans, a USB cable and some ice. Courtesy: HouseholdHacker  

Basic Electronics: Microcontroller Course on ATMEGA328

Upon completion of the slideshow, you will be able to understand the following: Analog Electronics • The Components of Electricity. • The Resistor. • Ohm’s Law. • The Capacitor. • The Inductor. • The Diode. • The...
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Beginners DIY in Hindi: Clap On Clap Off Switch

A "Clap On Clap Off" switch is an interesting concept that could be used in home automation. It works as a switch which makes devices On and Off by making a...

Working With Temperature Sensors: A Guide

Real-time temperature monitoring with dedicated temperature sensors ensure that today’s smaller and faster systems operate in the safe thermal zone. The new-generation sensors monitor internal and external components’ hot spots with...
GSM Module

All You Wanted to Know About GSM Module and GPRS Module

Before we get into what a GSM module is, let us get our fundamentals right and understand what GSM and GPRS are. A GSM module or a GPRS module is a chip or...
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Tutorial: MOSFETs as Transistor Switches

MOSFETs are the most common transistors used today. They are switches that can be used an Arduino, BeagleBone, or Raspberry Pi. When it comes down to it, MOSFETs are pretty complicated...

Understanding Radio Signal Path Loss

Radio signal path loss is a particularly important element in the design of any radio communications system or wireless system. The radio signal path loss will determine many elements of the...

How Does BDMA Technology Work in 5G Network?

Beam-division multiple-access (BDMA) scheme has been proposed to increase wireless communication system capacity and handle a large number of users in 5th Generation (5G) systems. The number of mobile users is swelling...
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How To: Make a Thermoelectric Generator

In this video, the presenter will be building a thermoelectric generator that can provide enough power to charge your smartphone using just candle flames! Courtesy: DIY Perks  

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