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 2 Way switch?

The 2 way switch acts as 2 switches that can control a single appliance. This is a 2 switch for a single appliance. You might ask a question here why we...
LCD working

What Is LCD?

Liquid Crystal Display or LCD is a flat, electronic device generally used as a screen in televisions, computers, smartphones and display signs for producing still and movable images. As the name goes,...

What Is An MCB?

A miniature circuit breaker (MCB) is an Electrical Switch which automatically switches off the electrical circuit during an abnormal condition of the network means in overload condition as well as faulty...

Basic Logic Gates and Truth Tables

Logic Gates are the foundation of all digital systems, whether combinational or sequential, the circuit follows some logic. In simple words, a logic gate is a digital circuit with multiple inputs...
Relay switch

What Is A Relay? | Relay Switch Pin Diagram

Relays control circuits by opening and closing contacts in another circuit. It take a relatively small amount of power to operate the coil, but this itself can be used to control...
Step Down Transformer

What Is Step-Down Transformer? How It Works?

A transformer is a passive device that converts the voltage level either from high to low or low to high. The transformer that converts the high voltage power to low voltage...
Bridge full wave rectifier circuit

Bridge Rectifier Circuit, Construction, Working, And Types

Basic Introduction to Rectifiers A Rectifier is an electronic circuit that converts an input AC voltage into a DC voltage at the output terminal. This output is known as Rectified output voltage....
Lead-acid battery | Types of Batteries

Different Types Of Batteries

Batteries now a days is one of the most important components of electronics appliances and is used in almost every portable electronic device and as well as toys from Drones, to...
EEPROM

What is the Difference Between Flash Memory and EEPROM?

Flash memory is a type of electronically-erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM), but it can also be a standalone memory storage device such as USB drive. It is a non-volatile memory chip used...

How Do Mobile Phones Produce Electromagnetic Radiation?

Electromagnetic radiation refers to the waves of electromagnetic field radiating through space. This radiation includes radio waves, microwaves, ultraviolet, infrared, X-rays and gamma rays. A mobile phone has both transmitter and receiver...
 
 

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