# Electrical Engineering

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A resistor is a passive component in a circuit which provides resistance to the flow of current. There are many different types of resistors â learn all about them in this post.Â #Electrical4UÂ #electricalengineeringÂ #resistorsÂ #resistance

A SIMPLE explanation of QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation). Learn what QAM is, analog vs digital QAM, QAM vs QPSK vs BPSK vs OOK, and the various bit QAMs (16 bit to 256 bit). We also discuss ...

A SIMPLE explanation of an SWR Meter (Standing Wave Ratio meter). Learn what an SWR Meter is, how an SWR Meter works, and how to use an SWR Meter. We also discuss ...

A SIMPLE explanation of Cutoff Frequency. Learn what Cutoff Frequency, how to find Cutoff Frequency, and the equation for cut off frequency. We also discuss ...

A resistor is a passive component in a circuit which provides resistance to the flow of current. There are many different types of resistors â learn all about them in this post.Â #Electrical4UÂ #electricalengineeringÂ #resistorsÂ #resistance

A SIMPLE explanation of Nominal Voltage. Learn the definition & meaning of Nominal voltage, Rated voltage vs Nominal Voltage vs Operating Voltage, and the Nominal Voltage of a Battery. We also discuss ...

What is Dielectric Grease? Dielectric grease is a silicone-based grease that is used in an electric circuit to protect components from dirt, moisture, and corrosion. Dielectric grease is also known as silicone grease. It is a non-conductive material used in the electrical circuit to transfer heat from the device. It…

[latexpage] What is Permeance? Permeance is defined as a measure of the ease with which magnetic flux can be admitted through a material or magnetic circuit. Permeance is the reciprocal of reluctance. Permeance is directly proportional to the magnetic flux and is denoted by the letter P. \$ Permeance (P)…

Learn all about Induction Motors – including the working principle of an induction motor, and the different types of induction motors available. We also cover ...

What is the Seebeck Effect? The Seebeck effect (often misspelled as ‘Seeback effect’) is the build-up of an electric potential across a temperature gradient in different electrical conductors or semiconductors. For example, a thermocouple measures the difference in potential across a hot and cold end for two dissimilar materials (e.g.…

A SIMPLE explanation of Network Topology. Learn what network topology is, the TYPES of network topologies – including Star, Bus, Ring, and Mesh networks. Plus...

A resistor is a passive component in a circuit which provides resistance to the flow of current. There are many different types of resistors â learn all about them in this post.Â #Electrical4UÂ #electricalengineeringÂ #resistorsÂ #resistance

A SIMPLE explanation of a Piezoelectric Transducer. We discuss what a Piezoelectric Transducer is, its Working Principle, and look at the applications of a Piezoelectric Transducer. You'll also learn ...

A SIMPLE explanation of the different types of electrical resistors. Learn about Variable Resistors, Light Dependent Resistors, Thermistors – and much more.

A SIMPLE explanation of Moore’s law. Understand what Moores Law is, the major enabling factors, Moore’s second law, and whether the original Moores Law is still true. Plus we explain...

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