Electronics

multimeter

Digital Multimeter: Working and Application

A digital multimeter is an electronic instrument which can measure very precisely the dc and ac voltage, current (dc and ac), and resistance. All quantities other than dc voltage is

Flex-PCB

How to get most of Flex and Rigid-Flex PCBs?

Almost since day one, one or another type of PCB was a necessary component in electronics. Earlier it was used as mechanical support where electronics components were attached and wired

hdl pcb

HDI PCB Boards: All you need to know

Electronic products that are compact and up to date do not call for the traditional, more densely packed PCB. To power the device without significantly lowering its performance, you will

embedded system self testing

Self Testing in Embedded Systems

The implementation of some self-testing capabilities in an embedded design is worthwhile unless available memory is completely exhausted.  Although modern electronics are amazingly reliable, they are still susceptible to failure.

PCB Assembly Process with NextPCB

Introduction to PCB Assembly Process

PCB assembly is the process of assembling electronic components on a Printed Circuit Board (PCB). In this article, you will learn the PCB assembly process and its equipment in general.

capacitor charging and discharging

Charging and Discharging a Capacitor

Charging and discharging are the two main effects of capacitors. In this article, you will learn about charging and discharging a capacitor. When a voltage is applied on a capacitor

Air Variable Capacitor

How Charge is Stored in a Dielectric?

Did you wonder how charge get stored in a dielectric material. Is it really possible? Yes, it is possible for dielectric materials such as air or paper to hold an

Current

What Are Current, Resistance and Voltage?

Voltage, current, and resistance are three properties that are fundamental to almost everything you will do in electrical and electronics engineering. They are intimately related.  In this article, we used

Arduino Digital Voltmeter

Arduino DC Digital Voltmeter

A voltmeter is an instrument used for measuring electrical potential difference between two points in an electric circuit. Analog voltmeters move a pointer across a scale in proportion to the

Controlling a Servo Motor with Arduino

Controlling a Servo Motor with Arduino

A servomotor is also defined as a rotary actuator that allows for very fine control of angular positions. This article explains controlling a servo motor with Arduino in detail. Many

emf and potential difference

Potential Difference and EMF: Are they Same?

In this article, you will study the concept of electric potential, potential difference (PD) and electromotive force (EMF) and the difference between them. Just as a body raised above the