# Author name: Amrit Shaw

Hi, I am Amrit Shaw. I have done Master in Electronics. I always like to explore new inventions in the field of Electronics. I personally believe that learning is more enthusiastic when learnt with creativity. Apart from this, I like to strum Guitar and travel. Connect to our ex-author: LinkedIn(https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrit-shaw/)

## Astable And Bistable Multivibrator:7 Facts You Should Know

In this article we will study about the Schmitt trigger Comparator and Oscillator circuitry with different related parameters in detail. As we have seen till now that an op-amp is used in various fields of applications and being such a versatile device its importance as a part of analog circuits is immense. One of the …

## The Power of Differentiator Amplifiers in Circuit Design

Integrator and differentiator are two important concepts in calculus and signal processing. An integrator is a mathematical operation that calculates the integral of a function, which represents the area under the curve. It is used to accumulate the values of a function over time. On the other hand, a differentiator calculates the derivative of a …

## 7 Facts On Log & Antilog Amplifier:What,Working,Circuit,Use

The operational amplifier circuit configurations which can perform mathematical operations such as log and antilog (exponential), including an amplification of the input signal provided to the circuit, are known as Logarithmic amplifier and Antilogarithmic amplifier respectively. In this section, we are going to learn about the Logarithmic amplifier and Antilog in detail. Contents: Introduction Logarithmic …

## Inverting Amplifier:Application As Transresistance Amplifier

An inverting operational amplifier is a type of electronic circuit that amplifies an input signal while inverting its polarity. It is widely used in various applications, including audio amplifiers, signal processing, and instrumentation. The inverting amplifier configuration consists of an operational amplifier with a feedback resistor connected between the output and the inverting input, and …

## Differential Amplifier:Working Method & Term You Must Know

A differential amplifier is a type of electronic circuit that amplifies the difference between two input signals. This amplifier is a fundamental building block in analog devices and signal processing. The operational amplifier (op-amp) is a common type of differential amplifier that uses a transistor amplifier stage for signal amplification. The transistor amplifier stage often …

## Faraday’s Law Of Induction: 5 Important Facts

Faraday’s law of induction and Lenz’s law are fundamental principles in the field of electromagnetism that explain the relationship between magnetic fields and electric currents. These laws were discovered by the English scientist Michael Faraday in the 19th century and have since become the cornerstone of modern electrical engineering. Faraday’s law states that a change …

## Transformer:5 Important Conditions For Best Efficiency

Transformer A transformer is a simple electrical device, which uses the property of mutual induction to transform an alternating voltage from one to another of greater or smaller value. The first constant-potential one was invented in 1885, and since then, it has become a necessity as an essential device for the transmission, distribution, and utilization of …

## Hall Effect Sensors:Working Principle,5 Important Applications

The Hall effect sensor is a type of magnetic sensor that is widely used in various applications. It works based on the principle of the Hall effect, which states that when a magnetic field is applied perpendicular to the flow of electric current in a conductor, a voltage is generated across the conductor. This voltage, …

## Eddy Currents:Detailed Overview, 5 Important Applications

Introduction to Eddy Currents ChetvornoLaminated core eddy currents 2CC0 1.0 Eddy currents are circular currents induced in conductors by a changing magnetic field in the conductor due to Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction. These swirling currents then create their own magnetic field, which opposes the magnetic field that created it, as per Lenz’s Law. This …

## Magnets:What,Types,Important Facts Beginners Must Know

Contents History of Magnets Types of Magnetic materials Diamagnetic materials Paramagnetic materials Ferromagnetic materials Types of Magnet Hard magnets and Soft magnets Permanent magnet and electromagnet Applications of electromagnets History of Magnets From lodestones (or magnetite) first, people got an idea about the working of magnets, which are magnetized pieces of iron ore found in …

Scroll to Top