<-- -->
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Home Tags Transistor

Tag: transistor

Researchers are leveraging negative capacitance to make better transistors with the help of engineered crystal structures! This development could help computers run on less power. Engineers from the University of California, Berkeley, describe a major breakthrough in the design of...
Researchers at Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH), South Korea, developed a high-performing p-type transistor using perovskite, a naturally occurring mineral of calcium titanate. This study was published in Nature Electronics in February 2022. The improved performance of...
Processing and storing of information by semiconductor chips at the same time can lead to the creation of memory devices that are even more compact than thier present counterparts and faster than what we can imagine. Millions of transistors are...
Using this easy transistor tester circuit, find out whether a given transistor is good or bad before soldering it. You can also identify npn and pnp types easily. The tester gives LED indication of the pin-outs as well as...
There are many different audio power amplifier ICs to choose from, but designing an audio power amplifier using an operational amplifier (op-amp) and bipolar transistors is quite advantageous. Compared to audio ICs, power transistors are easy to replace in case...
To design a single stage transistor amplifier, many formulae are required to calculate the various parameters such as values of resistors, coupling capacitor, bypass capacitor, power consumption, current flowing through different components and others. A good amount of time...
It is a well-known fact that the highly remarkable supercomputers are power-hungry and staggeringly inefficient machines. In the meantime, our brains consist of about 86 billion neurons that are connected by synapses that not only establish myriad logic circuits,...
In this video, the presenter will help you to understand how to use bipolar NPN transistor. Courtesy: Mindstorm India
These days there a lot of audio power amplifiers in integrated circuits (ICs). But it is still interesting to produce audio power amplifiers with operational amplifiers (OAs) and with output power bipolar transistors. Some of the reasons for that...
Transistors are the basic building blocks of integrated circuits (IC). Every electronic gadget you can possibly imagine today uses transistors. The development started off with vacuum tubes and lead to the transistor as the BJT we see today. A bipolar junction...
 
 

What's New @ Electronicsforu.com

Most Popular DIYs

Electronics Components

Design Guides

Truly Innovative Tech