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1 month ago
This article introduces the top 20 basic circuits as references.
2 months ago
USB is very common in daily life, on the computer, phones or other electrical devices. Do you know how many types it has? What is the difference between them? What does each type look like? Here you will get the answer.
2 months ago
Bridge rectifiers as a type of full-wave rectifier, which can convert AC to DC through its system of semiconductor diodes in either a half wave method. However, how does bridge rectifier do it? Why bridge rectifier uses 4 diodes? Have a look here.
Multiplexers are switches allowing the processor to select data from multiple data sources. It has one or more control lines (a.ka. Selectors). So how multiplexers do it? In other words, what is multiplexer in CPU?
Analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) works to convert analogue (continuous, infinitely variable) signals to digital (discrete-time, discrete-amplitude) signals. How does it do AD conversion? Let's check the following content to get the answer.
5 months ago
Operational amplifiers can be used in the construction of active filters, providing high-pass, low-pass, band-pass, reject and delay functions in different circuits. Here are the diagrams analysis with formulas to know opamp circuits well.
6 months ago
An operational amplifier is used to amplify weak electric signals. This note shows operational amplifier equations based on specific op-amp applications circuits.
7 months ago
An overvoltage is a voltage that exceeds the maximum value of operating voltage in an electric circuit. The main causes of it include insulation failure, arcing ground and resonance etc. This note tells you how to deal with it using a Zener diode.
A potentiometer (a pot or potmeter) is a three-terminal resistor in which the resistance is manually varied to control the flow of electric current. It can also be called a voltage divider. So how does it work and how do you wire it into circuits?
An “ideal” or perfect operational amplifier is a device with certain special characteristics such as infinite open-loop gain, infinite input resistance, zero output resistance, infinite bandwidth 0 to ∞ and zero offset...so what are they?
11 months ago
5G is the next generation of wireless network technology. Maybe people think it's a little far from our life, but with the release of the iphone12, which supports the 5G network we ask what 5G is? We must have an overall concept.
1 year ago
The operational amplifier is a commonly used component in signal processing and signal conversion. There are two types of non-inverting input and inverting input in common. Let's talk about difference and applications between them.