Bhuvnesh
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It turns out that for such combinations of periodic signals: Resulting Frequency will be equal to the Highest Common Factor of the all the frequencies . Resulting Time Period will be equal to the ...

This is more of an intuitive answer rather than a very technical one. Let's look at the following circuit. In layman's terms, here a power source of 5V(connected at the top) is trying to establish a ...

There can be many possible circuit designs to accomplish this task. Let's start with the circuit diagram in thread link which you provided in the comments. For switching operation you should set the ...

Firstly, be cautious not to connect the two touch terminals together, it may damage the transistor. The circuit can be manipulated in various ways to sense for a finger touch at the touch terminal. ...

Firstly, understand that there is no such thing as absolute negative voltage. Voltages are always relative. Negative Voltage means that this voltage is negative with respect to some reference voltage....

Start with applying Kirchhoff's voltage law on the path shown: In this loop only base current is unknown. Find it. Next, apply kirchhoff's voltage law in this loop: Use, Emitter Current=Collector ...

Theoretically, zero current will flow when the switch is open. This is because once the capacitors fully charges up, they will not conduct any further. Or you can say, Capacitor blocks DC. Practically,...

I also faced the same problem while designing one of my circuits. Ronald has pointed out some good ways to resolve this. But if you are not much concerned about the life of the relay here is a what ...

The real workhorse behind the current is voltage. More the voltage for a fixed resistance, more will be the current. In your first case the series equivalent voltage is 3+3=6V. In second case, ...

The term that you are asking for, is the gain of the OpAmp when the input is applied to the non inverting terminal (given there is ground instead of Vin in your circuit). The voltage at the non ...

This might possibly because of sudden change in the voltage level input to the microcontroller. The obvious solution to the problem is using a large electrolytic capacitor in parralel with the source, ...

A branch in a root locus starts from a pole and ends on a zero. These zeroes and poles may also be at infinity so you may have branches coming from, or going towards infinity. But it is easy to see ...

All the answers are pretty good but just to give a pictorial view of what jonk meant, here's an easy to digest transformation for beginners.

I want to put a point here: 'It's not the Voltage but Current that kills someone " The current rating of your power supply is not what it will always deliver. This rating simply indicates that this ...

If you are doing this with sockets connected to the same power lines and you connect live to live and neutral to neutral then it is nothing which can theoretically misbehave. But if you flipped the ...