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Capacitor Inductor Calculations

Inductors can be imagined as the opposite of capacitors. The main difference between a capacitor and an inductor is that a capacitor carries a protective dielectric between its plates, which inhibits the conduction of current across its terminals. Here it acts like an open circuit. On the other hand the inductance of an inductor is … Read moreCapacitor Inductor Calculations

27 MHz Transmitter Circuit – 10 Km Range

The 10 km range, 27 MHz transmitter circuit explained here uses citizen’s band which consists of 2 main types of users: radio control (R/C) modellists and users of low-power FM transceivers for local communication. However, here it is designed and intended for testing antennas and aligning receivers. It is actually an AM/FM quartz controlled for … Read more27 MHz Transmitter Circuit – 10 Km Range

LM3915 IC Datasheet, Pinout, Application Circuits

If you are having difficulty in understanding how to use an LM3915 IC, this article will help you to easily construct any desired applicable circuit using this IC. Here, we will discuss the datasheet of the IC LM3915, its pinout functions, its main electrical specifications, and also a few useful application circuits. General Description The … Read moreLM3915 IC Datasheet, Pinout, Application Circuits

High Current Zener Diode Datasheet, Application Circuit

Zener diodes that are normally available are mostly 1/4 watt or 1/2 watt types. And it is quite valid since the basic function of zener is to create stabilized reference voltage. Zener diodes are not designed for current regulation directly. However, for some applications where shunting excess voltage and current is necessary a high current … Read moreHigh Current Zener Diode Datasheet, Application Circuit

1000 watt to 2000 watt Power Amplifier Circuit

In this article we elaborately discuss a simple to built yet awesome 1000 watt amplifier circuit, which could be easily upgraded to achieve upto 2000 watt output. It uses relatively fewer components and could be quickly set up for getting a massive 1000 watt power output on any 4 ohm, 1kva loudspeaker. This circuit was … Read more1000 watt to 2000 watt Power Amplifier Circuit

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