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Tutorial: MOSFETs as Transistor Switches

MOSFETs are the most common transistors used today. They are switches that can be used an Arduino, BeagleBone, or Raspberry Pi. When it comes down to it, MOSFETs are pretty complicated...

How To: Interfacing 8×8 LED Matrix with Arduino Development Board

In this video, the presenter will show you how to interface 8X8 LED matrix with Arduino development board along with the source code to be used in it. Download the project Code...

How To: Building a liquid crystal display (LCD)

In this video, author explains various types of liquid crystal molecules, and how they can be used to make an efficient display. Courtesy: Applied Science  

Li-Fi, Is It 100X Faster Than Wi-Fi?

In this video, the author is trying to tell you about a technology breakthrough that of Wi-Fi called Li-Fi (Light Fidelity). Instead of using radio waves as the communication medium, Li-Fi...

Tutorial: How Touchscreen works

A touchscreen is an input and output device normally layered on the top of an electronic visual display of an information processing system. A user can give input or control the...

Tutorial: How to design a transistor circuit that controls low-power devices

In this video author is showing how to design a simple transistor circuit that will allow microcontrollers or other small signal sources to control low-power actuators such as solenoid valves, motors,...

How do transistors work?

The video covers following topics - structer of Silicon atom, doping, N type doping, P type doping, working of Diode, working of NPN transistor and dual stage amplification. Courtesy: Learn Engineering

How To: Build a radio in less than 1 minute

This video shows how to build a radio in less than 1 minute. There's even a schematic in the end of the video, plus an animated version of the entire breadboard...

Tutorial: BJT as a Switch

In this video, the author will be explaining basics of "How to use Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) as a switch?" along with few examples. Courtesy: GreatScott!  

How To Make an Inverter Using Arduino

In this video, the author is designing an inverter prototype using Arduino board. This inverter takes power from a 12V battery and generates 220V AC output. Various features of the inverter...

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