This is the third and last part of the series about BJT transistor polarization. Other circuit configurations are shown.
In this post, it’s shown the operation of integrated circuit 4017, from CMOS family. In addition to some projects which are possible to make with this chip.
This post’s subject is the memristor, the fourth fundamental passive electronic component, alongside resistor, capacitor, and coil.
Was created the first electronic component which alone behaves like a neuron.
Graphene is still too expensive and difficult to make on large scale. While graphene oxide is a graphite derivate, which is cheaper and easier to manufacture.
I received requests to write more about capacitance and inductance. This post can be considered as the second part of derivated electrical quantities.
This is the second part about BJT polarization. Are shown projects of circuits with fixed and emitter’s stable polarization.
Meeting requests, this post’s subject is the Möbius strip. It is a simple structure, but interesting and inspiration source for many professionals.
This post’s topic is graphene. It is one of carbon’s allotropic forms and promises to cause a technological revolution due to it’s properties.
Today are shown how Hall effect works, a magnetic sensor using this phenomena and how o use it in projects with Arduino.