Posted By: Tarun Agarwal

Tarun Agarwal

Tarun Agarwal is the Chief Customer Support Officer at Elprocus. He has 8 years of experience in Customer Support, Operations and Administration.

by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

AC Power Supplies at Home

Ever wondered how does electricity comes to your house or suppose if the power is off, how you are still getting electricity at home. Actually there can be many ways to get AC power supply without actually having to stay without electricity. 4...

by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

RFID – A Basic Introduction & Simple Application

Consider a Couple of Situations: You are in a mall buying a lot of things and now you have to wait in the queue for a long time and when your time comes, the person at the counter checks each item for its barcode, scans it and then the...

RADAR System
by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

What is a RADAR : Basics, Types & Applications

We can observe different objects around the world. Similarly, radar-like radio detection and ranging is used to assist the pilots while flying through fog because the pilot cannot notice that where they are traveling. The radar used in...

by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

Soft Starter – Principle and Working

A soft starter is any device that controls the acceleration of an electric motor using controlling the applied voltage. Now let us have a brief recall of the need for having a starter for any motor. An Induction motor can self start owing...

by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

Understanding Voice Recognition

Imagine yourself sitting relaxed on the sofa and just ordering your computer or laptop or cell phone to carry out simple tasks like typing a letter or carrying out few commands. Is it possible? Of course it is, that’s where Voice recognition...

by Tarun Agarwal 8 years ago

Testing FM Transmitter

Frequency Modulation (FM): We know that in amplitude modulation (AM), the frequency is constant which varies only the amplitude. Whereas in frequency modulation (FM), which varies the frequency and keeps the amplitude constant. There are...