Electronic engineering is an important field related to electrical engineering. Electronic engineers design and build modern day electronics, from telecommunication devices to medical machines to every day consumer electronics like your tablet. There is a large number of consumer electric appliances like dishwashers, water heaters, indoor lighting and kitchen appliances that make modern life possible. Whenever you pop a piece of bread into a toaster or move a load of laundry to the drier you have an eletrcial engineer to thank. Learn more about this wide field of consumer appliances and electronics.
Almost everyone is familiar with FM or frequency modulated radio. But what about AM or amplitude modulation radio? What do we mean by the term and what is the history of amplitude modulation as a broadcasting technique?
Ozone has been labeled both a killer and healer by mainstream and alternative medicine. When it comes to water purification which is it? What are ozone water purifiers? How do they work? Do you really need one? We’ll cover the current and historical uses of this extremely active gas in this article.
The Bose acoustic waveguide concept works on a simple principle which involves the magnification of the air vibrations formed at the rear sides of the speakers. However along with amplification, the intricate designed Bose wave radio also enhances the output beyond other compact systems.
Profibus is an industry-standard communications bus protocol used in process automation and sensor networks using programmable logic controllers. Understanding how the networks function will be beneficial to any plant engineer having to deal with PLC problems.
Many car battery problems are caused due to poor maintenance. Learn how to increase the performance and prolong the life of your batteries.
The sections of this guide provide links to many articles that explain some of the important electronic components commonly used in all types of electronic circuits. Important parts like resistors, capacitors, transistors, and ICs are all explained here.
The experience of hearing a piece of music in its amplified version can be truly thrilling. This inspired the researchers to further enhance these systems for inducing greater satisfaction to the human ears. Here we study some of these improved amplifier designs which can be build at home itself.
The article describes the science behind the little grey thing that pumps up your cell phone’s juices, i.e the lithium-ion battery. Although they cost more than the other rechargeable batteries, Li-ions are also finding applications in the military and aeronautics.
The FTC recently extended the deadline for changing to the Lighting Facts packaging label to January 1, 2012. The label is supposed to make it easier for consumers to understand the energy costs of similar bulbs, but our investigation finds the new labels more notable for what they don’t tell us.
Noisy air conditioners can be annoying and potentially troublesome. It’s best to catch problems early, while they’re easy and inexpensive to fix.