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.

What Is A 8051 Microcontroller?

Microcontrollers: It is a programmable integrated circuit (IC) that consists of a small CPU, RAM and I/O pins. Microcontroller units (MCUs) are widely used in many devices. CPU: It performs processing and...

Various Long-Range Wireless Modules That Can Operate Within One Kilometre Range

Long-range wireless sensor modules are used in many applications, including asset tracking systems, community building security, robot wireless control, industrial remote control, telemetering, automatic data acquisition, vehicle keyless entry system, PC...

What Is A Switch Debouncer? How Does It Work?

Mechanical switches are one of the most common components used in electrical and electronics manual control circuits. When you press a mechanical switch, two metal parts come in contact with each...

What Are The Differences Between USB 3.x And USB-C?

You must have seen different types of Universal Serial Bus or USB hardware. USB is supposed to be universal, but in reality, this is not the case because there are so...

What Is Zero PCB Or Veroboard Mentioned In Your DIY articles?

Zero PCB is basically a general-purpose printed circuit board (PCB), also known as perfboard or DOT PCB. It is a thin rigid copper sheet with holes pre-drilled at standard intervals across...
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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 E-Paper Display? What Are Its Advantages And Disadvantages?

E-paper or electronic paper is a special type of display that does not need electricity to sustain the displayed text and image. Just like real paper, the displayed image resembles ink...

Introduction To Various Types of Pumps

What Is a pump? A pump is an electrical device that is used for drawing out water to a high level. Basically, a pump works on electromagnetic force. It consists of a...

Explain Network-On-Chip (NoC). What Are The Advantages Of NoC Design Over SoC Design?

NoC is a network-based communication subsystem on a semiconductor integrated chip, mostly between SoC modules. SoC is a chip that integrates components of a computer including a central processing unit (CPU), graphics,...

What Is A Schmitt Trigger?

In this video, the presenter is going to explain about Schmitt trigger circuits, working, applications and its advantages. He will also be explaining how Schmitt trigger can be build using an...
 
 
 

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