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An Introduction to Basic Electronics. Debapratim Ghosh [email protected] com. Electronic Systems Group. Department of Electrical Engineering. IIT Bombay. and electrical engineering will be able to devise more ideas of possible A basic understanding of electronic circuits is important even if the designer does. PDF | UNIT - I Basic Concepts of Electrical Circuits and Single Phase AC Circuits Electrical Circuits: R-L-C Parameters, Voltage and Current.
The number of holes in an intrinsic semiconductor is A. Equal to number of free electrons B. Greater than number of free electrons C.
Less than number of free electrons D. None of the above Answer: Holes act as A. Atoms B. Crystals C. Negative charges D. Positive charges Answer: Pick the odd one in the group A. Conductor B.
Semiconductor C. Four valence electrons D. Crystal structure Answer: To produce P-type semiconductors, you need to add A. Trivalent impurity B. Carbon C. Pentavalent impurity D.
Silicon Answer: Electrons are the minority carriers in A.
Extrinsic Semiconductors B. Intrinsic Semiconductors D. A p-type semiconductor contains A. Holes and Negative ions B. Holes and Positive ions C. Holes and Pentavalent atoms D. Holes and Donor atoms Answer: How many electrons does pentavalent atoms have? Negative ions are A. Atoms that obtained a proton B.
Atoms that lost a proton C. Atoms that obtained an electron D. Atoms that lost an electron Answer: Depletion layer is caused by A. Recombination C.
Barrier potential D. Ions Answer: The reverse current in a diode is usually A. Very small B. Very large C. Zero D. In the breakdown region Answer: Avalanche in Diode occurs at A.
Barrier potential B. Depletion layer C. Knee voltage D. Breakdown voltage Answer: The potential barrier of a silicon diode is A. Equal B.
Higher C. Lower D. Depends on temperature Answer: A Diode is a A. Bilateral Device B. Nonlinear Device C. Linear Device D. Unipolar Device Answer: The diode current is large for which condition A. Forward Bias B. Diode A diode allows electricity to flow in one direction and blocks it from flowing the opposite way.
Light-Emitting Diode LED A light-emitting diode is like a standard diode in the fact that electrical current only flows in one direction. The main difference is an LED will emit light when electricity flows through it. Inside an LED there is an anode and cathode. The longer leg of the LED is the positive anode side. Transistor Transistor are tiny switches that turn a current on or off when triggered by an electric signal.
In addition to being a switch, it can also be used to amplify electronic signals. A transistor is similar to a relay except with no moving parts. Relay A relay is an electrically operated switch that opens or closes when power is applied.
Inside a relay is an electromagnet which controls a mechanical switch. This circuit contains electronic components like resistors and capacitors but on a much smaller scale. Integrated circuits come in different variations such as timers, voltage regulators, microcontrollers and many more. What Is A Circuit?
Before you design an electronic project, you need to know what a circuit is and how to create one properly. An electronic circuit is a circular path of conductors by which electric current can flow. A closed circuit is like a circle because it starts and ends at the same point forming a complete loop. In contrast, if there is any break in the flow of electricity, this is known as an open circuit.
All circuits need to have three basic elements. These elements are a voltage source, conductive path and a load. The voltage source, such as a battery, is needed in order to cause the current to flow through the circuit. In addition, there needs to be a conductive path that provides a route for the electricity to flow. Finally, a proper circuit needs a load that consumes the power. The load in the above circuit is the light bulb. This arch indicates that the capacitor jumps over the trace from the battery and connects to the base of the PNP transistor instead.
Also, when building the circuit, don't forget to keep in mind that the electrolytic capacitors and LED are polarized and will only work in one direction. After you finish building the circuit and plug in the power, it should blink. If it does not blink, carefully check all of your connections and orientation of all of the parts.
A trick for quickly debugging the circuit is counting components in the schematic versus components on your breadboard. If they don't match, you left something out. You can also do the same counting trick for the number of things that connect to a particular point in the circuit. Once it is working, try changing the value of K resistor.