Reading time: 1 minut Among the main topics discussed in this course, we list: General information about the oscilloscope; Standard oscilloscope with a Y channel without memory; Two-channel cathodic oscilloscope; Hybrid oscilloscope; Digital memory oscilloscope; Microprocessor oscilloscope; Oscilloscope probes; Using the oscilloscope in measurements.
Reading time: 2 minute In this course will be discussed in detail guidelines for sizing the propulsion system with engine / generator components, power electronics and electricity storage units.
Reading time: <1 minut Bipolar transistors are made from germanium, silicon and gallium arsenide. The most widely used is germanium and silicon. Technological methods make it possible to manufacture the transistor in such a way as to meet to some extent the requirements for the maximum permissible parameters.
Reading time: <1 minut Unijunction transistors have a single PN junction and have a negative resistance region. This property makes them usable in the schemes of relaxation oscillators, thyristor and triac control circuits, timing circuits, etc.
Reading time: <1 minut Unlike bipolar transistors, field effect transistors use only one type of charge carrier (electrons or gaps) that flows through a semiconductor channel. If in bipolar transistors the conductivity control is achieved by varying a current between the emitter and the base, in field effect transistors the conductivity control is achieved by varying a voltage applied to a control electrode called gate or gate (with a role similar to the TB base).
Reading time: <1 minut The bipolar transistor is an electronic device made of semiconductor material, consisting of three regions (EMITTER, BASE, COLLECTOR) separated by two junctions pn. Depending on the type of regions, bipolar transistors are divided into two categories: NPN and PNP.
Reading time: <1 minut With the development of computing technology, the problem of replacing continuous time systems with discrete time systems is becoming more frequent, even in the applications of analog signals.