Diodes

Diodes are the electronic components devices which allow the current to flow more easily and smoothly through any device in a particular direction. It has two electrodes, one is known as Anode, and the other one is Cathode. Semiconductor materials like Silicon and Germanium are used for the manufacturing of the diodes. Uses of Diodes …

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Half Adder and Full Adder Circuit

An Adder is a device that can add two binary digits. It is a type of digital circuit that performs the operation of additions of two number. It is mainly designed for the addition of binary number, but they can be used in various other applications like binary code decimal, address decoding, table index calculation, …

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Zener Diode Ratings

The word Ratings means the various information about that particular device is given on the nameplate of the device or data sheet provided by the manufacturer. This datasheet shows the ratings of different diodes which include Zener voltage, the tolerance range of Zener voltage, Zener current limits, the Maximum Power Dissipation, Maximum Operating Temperature, Maximum …

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Logic Gates

A Logic Gates is an electronic circuit which performs the particular logic operation. These are also known as the building block of the digital electronics circuits. It is a combination of various (one or more than one) input and output. They are built up by various integrated circuits. The integrated circuits are also known as …

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Peak Inverse Voltage (PIV)

Definition: The maximum value of the reverse voltage that a PN junction or diode can withstand without damaging itself is known as its Peak Inverse Voltage. This rating of Peak Inverse Voltage (PIV) is given and described in the datasheet provided by the manufacturer. However, if the voltage coming across the junction at reverse biased condition …

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Maximum Forward Current

Definition: The Maximum value of the forward current that a PN junction or diode can carry without damaging the device is called its Maximum Forward Current. The rating of a PN junction or a diode is specified by the manufacturer in its datasheet. However, if the forward current in a diode is increased beyond this specified …

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Maximum Power Rating

Definition: The Maximum Power Rating is defined as the maximum power that a PN junction or diode can dissipate without damaging the device itself. Usually, it is specified by the manufacturer in, its datasheet. The power dissipated at the junction is equal to the product of junction current and the voltage across the junction. If …

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Boolean Theorems

Boolean theorems and laws are used to simplify the various logical expressions. In a digital designing problem, a unique logical expression is evolved from the truth table. If this logical expression is simplified the designing becomes easier. The boolean algebra is mainly used in digital electronics, set theory and digital electronics. It is also used …

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JK Flip Flop

The JK Flip Flop is the most widely used flip flop. It is considered to be a universal flip-flop circuit. The sequential operation of the JK Flip Flop is the same as for the RS flip-flop with the same SET and RESET input. The difference is that the JK Flip Flop does not the invalid …

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