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by Tarun Agarwal 1 year ago

LabVIEW Projects for Engineering Students

Currently, the LabVIEW based hardware units are commonly used in various industries due to their features like rugged design and exact control. The communication of these can be done using different protocols namely RS232, TCP/IP, RS485,...

Image Processing Feature image
by Tarun Agarwal 2 years ago

Image Processing Projects for Engineering Students

Nowadays, “Image processing” is normally used by a wide range of applications and in different types of electronics like computers, digital cameras, mobile phones, etc. The image properties can be changed with the least investment such...

Do It Yourself Projects
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

The Importance of Doing DIY Projects

The term DIY stands for Do it yourself, it is the process of constructing, changing, or fixing things without the help of experts or specialists. Educational research defines DIY as performances where objects involve raw and semi-raw materials...

Difference between BJT and FET
by Tarun Agarwal 5 years ago

Know the Major Difference between BJT and FET

BJTs and FETs are two different kinds of transistors and also known as active semiconductor devices. The acronym of the BJT is Bipolar Junction Transistor and FET stands for Field Effect Transistor. BJTS and FETS are available in a variety...

Raspberry Pi Boards
by Tarun Agarwal 5 years ago

Latest Raspberry PI Electronics Projects in 2015

The foundation of Raspberry Pi is an educational charity located in the UK. The main intention of that foundation is to develop the education system for children and adults, especially in the field of computer science-related subjects....

Simple Mini Projects
by Tarun Agarwal 6 years ago

Simple Mini Projects for ECE and EEE Students

The list of simple mini projects for ECE and EEE is presented below. These projects are very helpful for BE and B. Tech students from various branches, like ECE, EEE, EIE, and so on. Previously, we have already listed some ECE projects...