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pn-junction-diode
by Tarun Agarwal 17 hours ago

Knee Voltage of PN-Junction Diode

A PN junction diode is a non-linear component and it consists of two junctions namely P-junction & N-junction where the majority and minority charge carriers are present like electrons and holes. It is also known as a semiconductor...

by Tarun Agarwal 2 days ago

Breakdown Voltage in Junction Diodes and Zener Diode

Depending upon their electrical characteristics, materials are categorized as Conductors, Semiconductors, and Insulators. Conductors are materials that can conduct electricity easily. In contrast, the materials that cannot conduct any electricity...

double-tuned-amplifier
by Tarun Agarwal 5 days ago

Tuned Amplifier Working and Its Applications

As we know that there are many advantages of using amplifiers. We can amplify or boost the signal without changing any information of the signal. This can be done by using various types of amplifiers. Amplifiers are classified based on...

royer-oscillator
by Tarun Agarwal 7 days ago

Royer Oscillator Working and Its Applications

As we know that there are various types of oscillators but the Royer oscillator is one kind of oscillator. It is invented by the scientist G H Royer in the year 1954. As the name suggests, the name of this oscillator is taken from the scientist...

lm350-adjustable-voltage-regulator
by Tarun Agarwal 1 week ago

LM350 Adjustable Voltage Regulator

The LM350 IC is an adaptable positive voltage regulator. It has three terminals like Vin, Vout and Adj. This kind of regulator is used to supply an extra 3 amperes current over an output range. This IC is extremely simple to utilize and...

by Tarun Agarwal 1 week ago

Binary Adder & Subtractor

In digital circuits, binary adder & subtractor is used to add and subtract binary numbers. The operation of this circuit mainly depends on the binary value. Here the control signal in the circuit holds the binary value. It is one of...

frequency-and-wavelength
by Tarun Agarwal 1 week ago

Relationship between Wavelength and Frequency

We know that both the electric as well as magnetic fields travel in the form of waves and the disruption of these fields is called light. For example, when you throw a stone into a pool, we can notice the waves in a circular form that moves...