Binary Addition and Subtraction

The addition and subtraction of the binary number system are similar to that of the decimal number system. The only difference is that the decimal number system consists the digit from 0-9 and their base is 10 whereas the binary number system consists only two digits (0 and 1) which make their operation easier. The…

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Hexadecimal to Binary & Binary to Hexadecimal Conversion Methods

The hexadecimal number are mostly used in microprocessor work. The base of the hexadecimal number is 16 and its consist the number from 0 -15. It uses the number system from 0-9 and then represents by the alphabets from A- F. The hexadecimal number system is also called hex. It is one of the convenient…

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Difference Between Current Transformer (CT) & Potential Transformer (PT)

The electrical instruments are not directly connected to the meters or control apparatus of high voltage for safety purpose. The instrument transformers like voltage transformer and current transformer are used for connecting the electrical instruments to the measuring instruments.These transformers reduce the voltage and current from high value to the low value which can be…

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Octal to Binary & Binary to Octal Conversion Methods

The base of the octal number system is 8 because it consists the digit from 0 – 7. The octal number system is converting into binary number system by grouping the binary digit in the group of three from the right of the binary number. On the other hand, the base of the binary digit…

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Binary to Decimal Conversion Methods

The decimal number system is represented by the digit 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. It consists ten digits and hence the base of the system is 10. Their base is increased by the factor of 10. On the other hand, the binary number system consists only two digits 1 and…

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Decimal to Binary Conversion Methods

The most popular way to convert a decimal number into the binary is the double dabble method. In this method, the given decimal number is progressively divided by 2 and writing the remainder after each division. When all the remainder is read in reverse order, the binary number is obtained. Steps for Decimal to Binary…

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Number System in Digital Electronics

Definition: In digital electronics, the number system is used for representing the information. The number system has different bases and the most common of them are the decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal. The base or radix of the number system is the total number of the digit used in the number system. Suppose if the…

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Static Error

Definition: A static error is defined as the difference between the measured value and the true value of the quantity. The true value is the exact value of the measurement which is generally impossible to obtain. Hence the approximate true value of the measurement should be taken into consideration. The accuracy is the most important…

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Sampling Oscilloscope

Definition: The sampling oscilloscope is a special type of digital sampling oscilloscope which is used to examine a very fast signal. It works on the principle of stroboscopic light in which sample is taken at different portions of the waveform, over successive cycles, and then the total picture is stretched, amplified by relatively low bandwidth…

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