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In this video, the presenter is going to explain about working of a Crystal Radio. He starts with a demonstration of all the parts in action, showing how the radio waves interact with the antenna and antenna coil to...
In this project, the presenter will show you how to create a Laptop Power Bank. It mainly consists of a Li-Ion battery pack and one buck and boost converter. This way the Power Bank can get charged up through...
In this video, the presenter will cover the basics of the Smith Chart - what it is, how you plot complex impedance, obtain VSWR, return loss, reflection coefficient, transmission line effects and compute impedance matching networks. Courtesy: w2aew    
In this video, the presenter is going to show you the working principle of an Optical Fiber cable along with its construction and working. He will also compare Optical Fiber Cable with a traditional Copper cable along with its...
This video gives a detailed animated illustration on the working of Electrical Transformers. It explains the basic working principle and construction of the transformer, step-up transformer, step-down transformer, transformer winding and core construction. Here is the transcription of the above...
In this video, the presenter is going to construct an Induction forge i.e. he will use induction to heat metals. The idea is to produce a high-power electromagnetic field, that will induce a huge electric current in metals. He...
In this video, the presenter will review VESC Electronic Speed Control along with its working and applications. It is an Open Source ESC. He will also be building his own VESC  in order to find out whether DIYing the circuit...
In this video tutorial, the presenter is going to give you a brief explanation of the working principle of multivibrators along with its types. He would be explaining the following: Transistor switching another transistor Bistable multivibrator (flip-flop) Monostable multivibrator Turn-on time ...
In this video, the presenter is going to explain you about dual bipolar transistor zener clamp circuit and it's usefulness as a fast low leakage overload clamp. Courtesy: EEVBlog  
In this video, the presenter is going to conduct various experiments showing and sharing answer on why is a candle flame repelled by magnets. Along with he will share some insightful information regarding properties of magnets and flames. Courtesy: Applied Science