Solid State Devices:
Solid State Devices/Semiconductor
The PN Junction
Types of Diode
Solid State Devices
is a Solid State Device?
Controls and engineering sys
Diode From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In electronics, a diode is a component that restricts the direction of movement of charge carriers. Essentially, it allows an
electric current to flow in one direction, but blocks it in the opposite direction. T
Which of the following terms accurately describes a synchro?
D. All of the above *
What are the two general classifications of synchro systems?
A. Torque and control *
B. Load and control
C. Load an
Semiconductor From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A semiconductor is a material with electrical conductivity that is intermediate between that of an insulator
and a conductor.
The conductivity and other electrical properties of semiconductors are determ
MRAM Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) is a non-volatile computer memory (NVRAM)
technology, which has been in development since the 1990s. Continued increases in densi
Topic: Introduction to Microelectronics
I. History of Microelectronics
Lilienfield and Hell discussed the predecessor to what is now called the FET.
Technological challenges delayed the practical utilization of this device.
COACHING EXAM : ELECTRONICS
Direction : Select the best answer
A good electric conductor is one that
produces a minimum voltage drop*
has low conductance
is always made of copper wire
has few free electr
De La Salle University Dasmarias
Engr. Anthony O. Lopo
A positively charged dielectric has a charge of 2 coulombs.
If 18.75 x 1018 free electrons are added to it, what will be the
net charge on the sai
Transorb power supply surge protection
MGL avionics recommends placement of a transorb surge protector in the power supply to any
electronic equipment on board an aircraft. Transorbs are very effective protection for radios,
instruments or intercom system
Recall that a timer on a C is simply a counter
Basic equations that we have used:
Time = Ticks * Clock period of counter
Ticks = Time / Clock period of counter
Time = Ticks * timer_prescale / FCY
Ticks = Time * FCY / t