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Pressure Measurements

Pressure meter

What is Pressure ? Pressure is characterized as a force per unit of area. On the off chance that a similar force is connected to two areas, a littler and a bigger one, the pressure would be more noteworthy for the littler area. You will presumably concur that it is …

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Potentiometer Circuit Diagram and Working

Rheostat vs Potentiometer

Definition A potentiometer or rheostat or variable resistor is an instrument commonly utilized in a specialized field so as to decide the difference of electrical potential between two electrical terminals. The potential difference is what is usually known as voltage. It is basically a variable resistance used to control power …

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What is 5G?


Fifth-generation wireless (5G) is the most recent emphasis of cellular technology, built to significantly build the speed and responsiveness of wireless systems. With 5G, information transmitted over wireless broadband associations could go at rates as high as 20 Gbps by certain appraisals – surpassing wireline system speeds – just as …

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4-Digit 7 Segment Display Arduino Code

4-Digit 7 Segment Display Arduino Code Today We’ll learn how to create a countdown timer using a 4 Digit 7-Segment Display that can be reset with a push button. In this tutorial we listed the required materials, the wiring diagram, and source code that was used to program the 4 …

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Ohm’s Law and Definitions of Voltage, Current and Resistance in a Circuit

Ohm's Law

Georg Simon Ohm, a famous German physicist and mathematician, gave  an important concept about electrical circuits, known as  Ohm’s Law.  According to this law, the current in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage applied to the circuit and it is  inversely to the resistance. Relationship between Voltage and Current: According …

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Antenna Theory: Basic Concepts

antenna concepts

Antenna Characteristics and Important Definitions: Radiation Pattern: In Antenna Radiation pattern term refers to the directional (angular) dependence of the strength of the radio waves from the antenna or other source. Basically it is the relative distribution of radiated power as a function of distance in space. Radiation Intensity: The power radiated (i.e., emitted, …

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