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In this DIY project, the presenter would be building four different types of Siren Generators. These are as follows: Police Siren Fire Force Gun Shot Ambulance The details include assembly, circuit diagram/schematic, pin outs, testing & circuit on bread board Courtesy:...
Batteries can be divided into two major categories: Primary Batteries Secondary batteries. A primary battery is a disposable kind of battery. Once used, it cannot be recharged. Alkaline batteries, Mercury batteries, Silver-Oxide batteries, and Zinc carbon batteries are examples of...
In this video tutorial, the presenter would be explaining the RS232 Serial Communication Protocol, Its working, types, applications, and uses. RS232 Serial Communication Protocol is used for connection between a data terminal equipment such as a computer terminal, and a...
In this project, the presenter is going to show you how to construct your own Solar Power Bank with readily available components. Video Courtesy: X-Creation  
This video includes the internal structure of SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier), Working of SCR, Modes of SCR and characteristics of SCR, Operation of SCR, and Basics of SCR. The internal structure of SCR is explained. Working of SCR is...
In this video, the presenter will be explaining Low Dropout Regulator (LDO), regulator types, differences between linear and switching regulators, LDO working, both PMOS and NMOS and the differences between NMOS and PMOS LDOs. Video Courtesy: Analog Layout & Design
PID is an acronym that stands for Proportional, Integral, Derivative. PID Controller can keep an automated process like temperature, pressure, or flow constant for you automatically. PIDs use a control loop feedback or process variable to monitor where the...
In this video tutorial, the presenter would be explaining about varactor diode, it's working, and its applications. By watching this video, you will learn the following topics: What is Varactor Diode Working of the Varactor Diode Equivalent Circuit of the...
Wheatstone bridge is a special circuit consisting of 5 resistors. When the resistances in the adjacent arms have the same ratio, no current flows through the middle resistor! This is called a balanced Wheatstone bridge. It's used in calculating...
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 Op-amp. In a simple way, it can be defined...