The T flip-flop is a fundamental component of digital electronics. it used to store a single bit of information. The “T” in...
The D-type flip-flop addresses a significant drawback of the original SR NAND gate bistable circuit. The problematic indeterminate state where both the...
Resistor color codes are a system of marking the value, tolerance, and sometimes the temperature coefficient of a resistor using colored bands....
sA capacitor is a electrical component passive device that can store an electrical charge on their plates when connected to a voltage...
Binary coded decimal or BCD is another process to convert decimal data into binary equivalent data. As we seen in pervious tutorial...
The summing amplifier is an another type of amplifiers circuit combination that are use to combine voltage present two or more than...
Cutoff frequency is a boundary in a system a system’s frequency response at which energy flowing through the system begins to be...
A high pass filter is exactly opposite to the low pass filter, high pass filter pass the high frequency and block the...
The Nortons theorem is a circuit analysis theorem use to change any complex network into a simple equivalent circuit that consists of...
The Thevenin theorem is a theorem use to change the complex electrical network into a simple electrical network consisting single resistance in...
T Flip Flop: Applications Advantages and Limitations
D-Type Flip-Flop: From Basic Construction to Master-Slave Variations.
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Summing Amplifier: Circuit Diagram and Its Applications.
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What is High Pass Filter? – Circuit Diagram, Characteristics & Applications
What is Nortons Theorem? – How to Find a Norton Equivalent Circuit and Solved Examples
Superposition Theorem – Steps and Circuit Analysis with Solved Example