Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

In electronic circuits, the amplifier and receiver circuits often require the load the receive maximum amount of power. The maximum power transfer theorem sets the condition for which a load will receive maximum power from a circuit. The load resistance will receive...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

The electrical voltage dropped across a series resistor is directly proportional to its resistance. The voltage divider rule or voltage divider formula lets you calculate the voltage dropped across series resistors The formula An example Consider a series circuit...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

An voltage source provides constant voltage to external circuit, whereas a current source provides constant current to external circuit. A practical voltage source always contains some series resistance. Figure 1: Internal construction of voltage source Just like...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

In series circuits electric current always remains the same. However in parallel circuits, the current is not the same, instead, it is different based on the resistance of components. The Current Divider rule is used to determine how current splits at the node and how...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

A series-parallel circuit is a combined circuit in which some components are arranged in the series configuration while other components are arranged in a parallel configuration. Figure 1: A Series-Parallel circuit How to find Equivalent resistance First of all,...
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical and Electronics circuits are constructed using various components such as resistors, voltage/current sources, switches, and wires. Electrical circuits are visualized in papers and documentation work in the form of the circuit diagram. In the circuit...