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- What are Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors?In the first article, we discussed the basic properties, examples and applications of Semiconductors. All semiconductors are not the same. There are two types of semiconductors – intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Extrinsic semiconductors are divided into two types – n-type and p-type semiconductors. In this article, we’re going to discuss What are Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors, how are they produced, their examples and their differences. Contents of this article: What … Read more
- Electrical components used in electronic & electric circuitAn electrical circuit consists of some electrical components and a source of voltage or current. These circuit components perform all the activities in a circuit. We need to know the function of every circuit component to use these properly in a circuit. Examples of some electrical components are resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors etc. In this article, I’m going to discuss some important electrical and electronic circuit components with their … Read more
- Applications of Zener diode as voltage regulatorWe already discussed the Semiconductor material and a semiconductor device p-n junction diode. From the latter one, we became to know that a normal P-N junction diode cannot operate at high reverse bias voltage because of the breakdown in diodes. To operate at high reverse bias voltage, a diode is to be designed in a special way. Zener diode is such kind of device that can operate well in the … Read more
- p-n junction diode – formation, biasing circuit & curveIn the first two articles, we learned the basic things about semiconductor materials. Now, we have entered into the applications of Semiconductors. Semiconductor materials are used to develop many electronic devices. A p-n junction diode is one of those. In this article, I’m going to discuss the formation, characteristics curves, depletion layer, potential barrier, bias circuit diagram, working principle and uses of a p-n junction diode. Contents of this article: … Read more
- Differences between NPN and PNP TransistorsTransistor is one of the basic circuit components for electronic devices. The main purpose of a Transistor is to Amplify electronic signals. There are two types of BJT Transistors – NPN and PNP. In another article, we discussed the construction, symbol and other properties of BJT Transistors. In this article, we’re going to discuss the differences between NPN and PNP Transistors based on those properties. Differences between NPN and PNP … Read more
- Introduction to BJT Transistor – NPN and PNPBipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) is one of the very important electronic circuit components in the world of electronics. Scientist William Shockley discovered the first Transistor in 1948. Modern technology is very much progressive and many varieties of transistors have been discovered. These transistors are widely used in analog and digital electronics. In short, semiconductor diodes and transistors are the basic components of electronic devices. In this article, we’re going to … Read more
- Input and output characteristics of a TransistorIn another article, we have discussed the Bipolar Junction Transistor and the differences between NPN and PNP transistors. Transistor characteristic curve is a very useful thing to understand the basic principle and operation of a Transistor. In this article, we’re going to discuss the input and output characteristics of a Transistor. The main discussion is on the transistor characteristic curves of a BJT. There are three possible configurations of a … Read more
- Electric Field Intensity – definition, formula, unitsIn the first two articles on Electrostatics, we learned about electric charges and their distributions on a Conductor. We became to know that a static electric charge produces an electric field and a moving charge produces a magnetic field around it. Electric charges can move due to electrostatic force and this force comes from the electric field. In this article, I’m going to explore the Electric Field and its Intensity. … Read more
- Classification of Power Amplifiers | types of BJT amplifiersAn amplifier can produce an enlarged but exact version of the small input signal at the output of an electronic circuit. Electronic devices like TV, radio, tape recorder, etc. require amplifiers for their operations. These devices do not operate in the same way. Some devices need to amplify the current, some devices require to amplify voltage, etc. Again, in some devices, a part of the input wave is to be … Read more
- Properties of electric field lines with diagramsIn the first four articles on electrostatics, we learned about electric charges, electric charge distributions, electric field and Coulomb’s law of electric force. We became to know that the charges of the same sign will go away and opposite charges will come closer due to electrostatic interactions. The paths through which the charges move due to the electrostatic force are the electric field lines or electric lines of force. In … Read more
- 7 types of Electromagnetic waves in the spectrumA static charge produces an electric field around it. Again, when a charge is in motion, it produces a magnetic field around it. But how electromagnetic waves are produced? An accelerating charge produces electromagnetic waves where both the electric field and magnetic field propagate together in an electromagnetic field. Electromagnetic waves are nothing but the flow of electric and magnetic energies in the electromagnetic field. In this article, we’re going … Read more
- How to find the direction of Magnetic field?Scientist Hans Christian Oersted first observed the deflection of a magnetic needle or compass placed near a current-carrying wire. This concludes that a current-carrying wire can produce a magnetic field around it. In another article, we have discussed the Origin, definition, unit and dimension of magnetic field. Since the magnetic field is a vector quantity, it will have a direction. In this article, we are going to discuss all possible … Read more
- Intensity of Magnetic Field – formula, definition (1 Tesla)If we bring a bar magnet near another bar magnet then a force acts between the magnets. Same poles of magnets repel and opposite poles attract each other. This interaction is very similar to electric charges, but not exactly. Now question is, what makes this to happen? The answer is the magnetic force in magnetic field. We already know that an electric charge can produce an electric field around it … Read more
- Properties of Magnetic field lines with diagramEarlier we have discussed the Electric field and Electric field lines. Similar to the electric field lines, there exist magnetic field lines in a Magnetic field. In this article, we are going to discuss the definition and the properties of Magnetic field lines and the diagram of magnetic field lines for a bar magnet, solenoid, straight wire and circular wire. Contents in this article: What are the magnetic field lines? … Read more
- Properties of electric charge class 12 physicsWe have discussed almost everything on electric charges in another article (link is given in the related posts section at below). In this article, we are going to discuss the basic properties of an electric charge. This will be helpful for the students of class 10 and class 12. Contents in this article: What is electric charge? Properties of electric charge Quantization of electric charge Electronic Theory of Charge Law … Read more
- Basic logic gates with truth tables and diagramsLogic gates are the basic building blocks of digital electronics that follow different logical operations. These gates have significant roles in the construction of logical circuits for different computations. Digital electronic devices contain integrated circuits (ICs) which are made of logical gates. In this article, we’re going to explore basic logic gates with truth tables, circuit diagrams, Boolean expressions, operations and uses. This will be helpful for the students of … Read more
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