## Power Amplifier Circuit, Classes and its Characteristics

A Power amplifier is a type of amplifier used to increase the amplitude of the signal and makes it stronger than the given input signal. It is the most demandable electronic device in the eyes of professionals because it comes in various forms and used in several circuits. The main operating characteristics of an ideal…

## Resistor Symbol, working, Color code and Types

The resistor is an electronic component that restricts or limits the flow of current and divides the voltage in an electronic circuit. It is one of the most important passive components of an electronics industry because, without these components, active devices cannot process the electrical signals. Its main purpose is to provide a precise quantity…

## Bridge Rectifier Circuit, Operation, Characteristics & Advantages

Full wave bridge rectifier is another type of full wave rectifier used to convert an alternating current input into a direct current output. In a bridge circuit configuration, it comprises of four diodes that provide the same polarity of output for either polarity of the input. The main feature of this diode bridge which makes…

## Applications and Efficiency of Full Wave Rectifier

There are 3 types of equations that we study related to full wave rectifier. These are: Efficiency Equation, Form factor, and Peak factor. These equations are very useful because they help us to understand the performance of full wave rectifier circuit. In this article, we will understand each of these equations in detail.

## Gallium Oxide: Semiconductor material with improved Heat conductivity

According to the recent work by Flosfia, a start-up in Kyoto, gallium oxide is one of the best semiconductor material with improved heat conductivity. The electronic component made from these type of material easily passes the electricity through power supplies, inverters etc are cheap and capable of handling high voltages. For the movement of electrons…

## Full Wave Rectifier Circuit, Characteristics, Advantages & Disadvantages

A Full wave rectifier is a kind of rectifier that rectifies both waves (positive and negative) of the input signal, unlike a half-wave rectifier circuit. In this way, this uses the full signal and the wastage is minimum. And so the efficiency is maximum. The full-wave rectifier circuit is also of  2 types i.e. Center…

## [Video] Half Wave Rectifier Efficiency: Equation Mathematical Derivation

In Half Wave Rectifier Only Half Cycle of Input Wave Gets Rectified. To Know Why it Happens, Understand the Equation Derication with Video and Mathematical Expression.

## Half wave Rectifier Circuit, working, operation and characteristics

We have covered the basics of Rectifier and its types in our previous article. Now we will learn about each type of rectifier individually. In this article, we will cover all about half wave rectifier. As we have read that there are mainly three types of rectifiers, namely half wave, full wave, and center tapped….

## Rectifier Circuits Introduction: Full-wave and Half Wave Rectifier Theory

A rectifier, also known as, AC to DC Converter is one of the most important devices in any electrical circuit. It is used to convert one form of the current into another. And because of this property, we have electricity in our house. So, in this chapter, we will cover rectifier definition, uses, the process…

## Oscillator: Introduction and Types

An oscillator is an electronic device which provides the source of a repetitive alternating current signal across its output terminal without needing any input because signal generated is usually of constant amplitude. Common signals generated includes clock signals, sound signals produced by video games, electronic beepers and broadcast signals by television and radio transmitters. In…