OPTOCOUPLERS OR OPTOISOLATORS are devices that enable efficient transmission of DC signal and other data across two circuit stages, and also simultaneously maintain an excellent level of electrical isolation between […]
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory
When we talk about electronic devices it specifically deals with active components like bipolar transistors, mosfets, diodes, opto-couplers, and basically all those electronic parts that work with semiconductors.
In this category we learn elaborately regarding all the theories related to these devices.
For example in BJTs we have various configurations which have different working conditions and factors.
The articles under this section explains all these crucial factors concerned with these semiconductors devices and enlightens us regarding the correct methods of configuring these devices in practical electronic circuit.
A triac can be compared to a latching relay. It will instantly switch ON and close as soon as it’s triggered, and will remain closed as long as the supply […]
A tunnel diode is a type of semiconductor diode which features a negative resistance on account of a quantum mechanical effect known as tunneling. In this post we will learn […]
This post will help you to understand a few of the crucial comparator parameters or specifications which are generally found in comparator IC datasheets. Some of the major parameters that […]
A varactor diode, also called varicap, VVC (voltage-variable capacitance, or tuning diode, is a kind of semiconductor diode which features a variable voltage-dependent capacitance on its p-n junction when the […]
Schottky barrier diodes are semiconductor diodes designed with minimal forward voltage and fast switching speeds which may be as low as 10 ns. These are manufactured in current ranges of […]