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What is AM Modulation (Amplitude Modulation)? – Need of Modulation

Detailed Explanation of  AM Modulation (Amplitude Modulation), its working principle, and basic Need of Modulation. Read More

Final Year Projects For Electronics 2019

Hey in this article, we will give you the latest “Final Year Projects for Electronics” which will help you in your thesis and project work. Read More

BARITT Diode? Working, Construction Applications (2019)

BARITT DIODE

BARITT Diode or commonly referred to as Barrier Injection Transit-Time Diode has many Similarities to the more widely used IMPATT DIODE. BARITT Diode is usually used for Microwave Signal Generations of frequencies up to 25Ghz for Silicon (Si) Material and  90GHz for Gallium-Arsenide (GaAs).  Read More

PN Junction Diode

PN Junction Diode, its Characteristics and Applications

PN junction Diode plays a vital role in our electronic fields, because of their unique property (current flows in only one direction) they are used in many electronic or electrical circuits like rectifiers, switches, clippers, clampers, voltage multipliers. Read More

Diode Clamper- Positive, Negative Clamper Working and Applications

This article is based on the diode clamper circuit, working of positive and negative clamper circuits and the applications of clamper circuits using different waveforms and circuit. Read More

Greek Alphabet symbols

Greek Alphabet Letters and Symbol

List of the letter in the Greek Alphabet (Greek Symbols) and their use in mathematics, science and communication engineering. Read More

Differece between TDM and FDM

Difference Between TDM and FDM

In this article, we will learn what are the difference between TDM and FDM. We will start with the basics and we will see each of the differences between them. Read More

Difference between diode and zener diode

Difference Between Diode and Zener Diode (Updated)

A major difference between Diode and Zener Diode is that a PN junction diode can operate in forward bias only whereas a Zener Diode can operate in Forward bias as well as in reverse bias. There are a number of differences between a normal diode and a Zener diode and in this article, we will cover them one by one. Read More

How to test an inductor tutorial

How To Test an Inductor using Multimeter

In this post, we are going to learn how to test an inductor very fast. Read More

Common emitter amplifier

Common Emitter Amplifier, BJT Transistor Common Emitter Amplifier

In our previous discussions, we learned that a transistor can be configured in three different modes, the most widely used transistor configuration is Common-Emitter Configuration, and this is due to the reason, that a common emitter configuration provides good voltage and current gain. Read More

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