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AC vs DC

AC vs DC

difference between ac and dc AC vs DC   AC DC 1 AC means alternating current DC means direct current 2 AC current reverses its direction periodically. AC alternates its direction within a circuit over time DC current flows in only one direction. DC does not change across time. 3 The magnitude of the current vary with time AC current […]

What is DIAC

What is DIAC

What is DIAC Diac is a device of the thyristor family. DIAC means Diode Alternating current. Diode + Alternating current. This is a type of diode that works in both reverse and forward bias. This diode work on the complete cycle of AC means this work during a positive half-cycle and also during a negative half cycle of the AC […]

Difference between BJT and JFET

Difference between BJT and JFET

Difference between BJT and JFET Comparison between BJT and JFET   BJT JFET As its name Bipolar junction Transistor, This is a bipolar device. Means Minority and Majority both contribute in current conduction. This is Unipolar device, Means Only Majority or Minority contributes in current conduction. This is a Current controller. This is a Voltage controller. Three terminals named Emitter, […]

kirchhoff’s law

kirchhoff’s law

kirchhoff’s law Kirchhoff’s voltage law (KVL) According to Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL), In any closed circuit or mesh, the algebraic sum of all the emf (voltage source ) and all the voltage drops will zero. This Law deals according to the principle of conservation of energy, and according to the principle of conservation of energy Net energy supplied must be […]

Active,Passive,Linear,Non-Linear,Unilateral, Bilateral Elements

Active,Passive,Linear,Non-Linear,Unilateral, Bilateral Elements

What are electrical elements All those elements which provide, consume, transfer or control the electrical energy. Called the electrical elements. Classification of electrical elements there are many types of electrical elements, but some main classifications are – 1.On the basis of energy transfer- there are two types of electrical elements on the basis of energy transfer 1. Source 2. Load […]

Norton theorem

Norton theorem

Norton theorem Norton’s theorem statement In Thevenin theorem, we see that in any complex circuit sources are converted in single voltage source Vth with the Series resistor Rth. Norton’s theorem is also a method to convert any complex network into a simple circuit. Norton Theorem, any two-terminal complicated network circuit can be converted in single Current source IN in parallel […]