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.

humidity sensor

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...

Microcontroller vs Microprocessor

Selecting the right device on which to base your new design can be daunting. The need to make the right balance of price, performance and power consumption has many implications. First, there...
solar power development

Difference Between Nominal Voltage, Voc, Vmp, Isc And Imp In Terms Of Solar Panels

What is the difference between nominal voltage, Voc, Vmp, Isc, and Imp in the case of a solar panel? Which parameters are important to check before the installation of solar panels? Different...
all about 7805 IC

All About IC 7805 | Voltage Regulator

Voltage sources in a circuit may have fluctuations resulting in not providing fixed voltage outputs. A voltage regulator IC maintains the output voltage at a constant value. 7805 Voltage Regulator, a...

Half And 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...
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...
smps

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...
Which Current Is More Dangerous, AC Or DC

Which Current Is More Dangerous, AC Or DC?

Have you ever had an electric shock? Well, many people think that DC current is more dangerous than AC current as far as an Electric shock is concerned. To find out...
Cell Phone Jammer

How to Build: Cell Phone Jammer

Cell phone jammer is an electronic device that blocks transmission of signals between a cell phone and a base station. By using the same frequency as a mobile handset, the cell phone...

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...
 
 

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