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Sometimes, after rains, the air feels moist. The water seems to have suspended in the air. However, in certain AC’s you click some buttons and the atmosphere brightens up. How and why does it all happen? Moisture forms up...
AVR is a family of microcontrollers developed by Atmel beginning in 1996. These are modified Harvard architecture 8-bit RISC single-chip microcontrollers. ATmega series are one of the types of AVR microcontrollers with features like 4–256 KB program memory, 28–100-pin package, extended instruction set, and extensive peripheral set. These special features...
A miniature circuit breaker (MCB) automatically switches off electrical circuit during an abnormal condition of the network means in overload condition as well as faulty condition. Nowadays we use an MCB in low voltage electrical network instead of a fuse. The...
A filter is often used in electronic circuits to block (or allow) a select frequency to the circuit. For example, if the circuit in question works on DC power, we could use a low pass filter (LPF) and only...
We come across LCD displays everywhere around us. Computers, calculators, television sets, mobile phones, digital watches use some kind of display to display the time. An LCD is an electronic display module which uses liquid crystal to produce a...
The 555 timer IC is an integral part of electronics projects. Be it a simple project involving a single 8-bit micro-controller and some peripherals or a complex one involving system on chips (SoCs), 555 timer working is involved. These...
Continued from Part 1. Here we talk about Polarisation. Theoretically speaking, the waves should be accepted by the antenna and we should have an output. However reality is not so simple. The waves are affected by polarisation, resulting in some miscommunication...
Today, VLSI devices are found everywhere around us. We find advanced VLSI chips in our cars, cell phones, household appliances, cameras, medical devices and many other places. This rapidly evolving sector offers exciting opportunities in verification based jobs for...
“The earth is a giant magnet, with an axial tilt of about 23.5°,” reminds you of the stuff you read in geography books. Adding science makes it much more fun when you can actually measure the values of magnetism....
2017 is proving to be a tenacious year for IT companies in India. The growth that they are witnessing now is causing strain, and it would not be long before they start losing their markets. Fast-paced changes in politics...