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Digital Sampling Oscilloscope
by Tarun Agarwal 5 days ago

What is a Sampling Oscilloscope & Its Working

Before going to discuss a sampling oscilloscope, one should know the main working principle of a normal oscilloscope. An oscilloscope is one kind of device which uses one or several electrical signals and generates the signal on the display...

IC 74LS90
by Tarun Agarwal 6 days ago

What is a BCD Counter : Circuit & Its Working

In digital and logical circuits, a sequential circuit called a counter is necessary to count the input pulses. The counter is designed by a group of flip-flops with an applied clock signal. A BCD counter is one of the types of most widely...

Shunt Capacitor
by Tarun Agarwal 1 week ago

What is a Shunt Capacitor & Its Working

In electric power systems, the different loads can use real power as well as reactive power. These loads can be placed at long distances of plants; so real power can be generated whereas reactive power can be generated either during heavy...

Carey Foster Bridge
by Tarun Agarwal 1 month ago

What is a Carey Foster Bridge & Its Working

In electronic circuits, a bridge circuit plays a key role in laboratory calculations to implement various electronic applications. Based on the design and construction of the bridge circuit, there are different types of bridge circuits...

Theory of Gaussian Law
by Tarun Agarwal 2 months ago

What is Gauss Law : Theory & Its Significance

As the scope of science is extensively enhancing and included with various developments and technologies, the more we learn the more we gain knowledge. And the one crucial topic which we need to be aware of is Gauss law which analyses electrical...

Gateway
by Tarun Agarwal 5 months ago

What is Modbus : Working & Its Applications

Modbus protocol is generally referred to as the grandfather of industrialized networking. In the current era of web services and internet communication protocols, communication and the request to respond to communication scenarios are practically...