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Electric Shock

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It is sometimes said regarding electrical safety that, Ït’s not the…

Capacitive Reactance

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Insulator Breakdown Voltage

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The atoms in insulating materials have very tightly-bound electrons,…

Decoder

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A decoder is a circuit that changes a code into a set of signals. It…

Systems of Numeration

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The Romans devised a system that was a substantial improvement over…

Basic Electromagnetic Relays

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Don’t just sit there! Build something!! Learning to analyze relay…

Norton’s Theorem

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What is Norton’s Theorem? Norton’s Theorem states that it…

Coax Inductance Calculator

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A calculator for computing the inductance of a coaxial cable.

Component Failure Analysis

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The job of a technician frequently entails…

Introduction to Boolean Algebra

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Mathematical rules are based on the defining limits we place on the…

Bipolar Junction Transistors

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The bipolar junction transistor (BJT) was named because its operation…

Voltage Divider Circuits

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Switch Contact Design

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A switch can be constructed with any mechanism bringing two conductors…

Active-mode Operation (IGFET)

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What Are Zener Diodes?

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What Is a Zener Diode? A Zener diode is a special type of rectifying…

Conductor Ampacity

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The smaller the cross-sectional area of any given wire, the greater…

How to Build a Current Mirror Circuit

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PARTS AND MATERIALS   Two NPN transistors—models 2N2222 or…

Active-mode Operation (BJT)

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When a transistor is in the fully-off state (like an open switch), it…

Parallel Circuit Rules

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Components in a parallel circuit share the same voltage: Etotal = E1…

Logic Simplification With Karnaugh Maps

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The logic simplification examples that we have done so far could have…