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Tactile Sensor
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Tactile Sensor Working and Its Types

The WSG-DSA is a gripper finger that integrates tactile sensing for high-resolution profile feedback during grasping. For sensing purposes, it uses a DSA9205i intelligent tactile transducer. It fits on top of the base jaws of the WSG and...

Phase Locked Loop
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Phase Locked Loop Working with Applications

The phase-locked loop is one of the basic blocks in modern electronic systems. It is generally used in multimedia, communication and in many other applications. There are two different types of PLL’s – linear and nonlinear. The nonlinear...

Crystal Oscillator Circuit
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Crystal Oscillator Circuit and Working

A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that is used for the mechanical resonance of a vibrating crystal of piezoelectric material. It will create an electrical signal with a given frequency. This frequency is commonly...

Class-C Power Amplifier
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Class-C Power Amplifier Circuit and Tutorial

An amplifier is one kind of electronic device used to increase the strength of a signal. It can be either a different device or an electrical circuit in any electronic device. Amplifiers are widely used in all electronic equipment to generate...

Types Of Thyristors
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Types Of Thyristors And Their Applications

Commercially, the first thyristor devices were released in 1956. With a small device Thyristor can control large amounts of voltage and power. The wide range of applications in light dimmers, electric power control and speed control of...

Simple Electronic Circuits
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Simple Electronic Circuits for Beginners

Generally, success in early projects plays a vital role in the field of electronics for engineering students’ careers. Many students quit electronics due to failing in their first attempt. After a few failures, the student keeps a misconception...