Category Archives: Electronics Theory

Introducing AC (Alternating Current) and DC (Direct Current) in Electronics

By | October 16, 2021

Introducing AC (Alternating Current) AC current is an electric current and voltage whose magnitude changes with time and flows in both directions. The direction of AC electric current does not move from the positive to the negative pole, but the current is alternating. An alternating current source works on the principle that the coil rotates… Read More »

Definition, Works and Functions of Microprocessor

By | August 15, 2021

Definition of Microprocessor The microprocessor is a chip (IC = Integrated Circuits) which contains an ALU (Arithmetic-Logic Unit) circuit, a CU (Control Unit) circuit and a collection of registers. The microprocessor is also called the CPU (Central Processing Unit) which is used as the brain/main processor in a computer system. The microprocessor contains combinational logic… Read More »

Definition and Functions of Microcontroller

By | August 14, 2021

Definition of Microcontroller Microcontroller is a mini computer device (micro) which is packaged in a single chip IC (Integrated Circuit) and has a certain operating program in it. The components on this microcontroller are almost similar to a Personal Computer (PC). The microcontroller in addition to having a Central Processing Unit (CPU), is also equipped… Read More »

Basic Principles of Op-Amp (Operational Amplifier)

By | August 13, 2021

Definition of Op-Amp (Operational Amplifier) Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp) is a form of linear IC that functions as an electrical signal amplifier. An Op-Amp consists of several Transistors, Diodes, Resistors and Capacitors which are interconnected and integrated so as to enable it to produce high Gain (gain) over a wide frequency range. In Indonesian, the Op-Amp… Read More »

Basic Theory of Semiconductors

By | August 13, 2021

Basic Principles and Definition of Semiconductors Televisions, Cameras and LED lighting are the result of Semiconductor Technology. Important components that make up an Electronic Equipment such as Transistors, Diodes and Integrated Circuits (IC) are active electronic components made of semiconductor materials. Therefore, Semiconductor materials have a very large influence on the development of Electronic Technology.… Read More »

Introducing Digital to Analog Converters (DACs), DACs Functions, Circuits and How DACs Work

By | August 13, 2021

Definition of Digital to Analog Converters (DACs) Digital to Analog Converters (DACs) is a device for converting a digital input which is generally in binary form into an analog input/signal which is generally in the form of current, voltage or electric charge. In addition, DACs are a link between digital circuits and analog circuits. Digital… Read More »

Introduction to Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) and How ADCs Works

By | August 12, 2021

Introduction to Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) are circuits that convert continuous (analog) voltage values ​​into binary (digital) values ​​that can be processed by digital devices so that they can function as digital computing. With another definition, that this Analog to Digital Converter allows Digital circuits to interact with the… Read More »

FLIP-FLOP In Digital Systems

Flip-flops are asynchronous bistable components. The term asynchronous means that the output will change state only if there is a trigger on the clock input. The internal circuit of a flip-flop consists of several logic gates, while the logic gate consists of basic components such as transistors, resistors and diodes. In a computer system, the… Read More »

Numbers for Digital System

This article describes the number system and the conversion process between number systems. There are four number systems that can be used : decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal. The decimal system is certainly familiar because it is always used every day. For digital techniques used binary and hexadecimal number systems. Decimal Numbers Decimal numbers consist… Read More »

Basic Definition of Digital Systems

1. Basic Definition of Digital Systems This article outline the basic definitions of digital systems,  then explain the forms of signals (Analog and Digital), interpretation of logical values ​​in various forms, and also describe their advantages. and lack of digital engineering and examples of digital engineering applications. Some definitions that are often used in digital… Read More »

DIRECT CURRENT ( DC ) CIRCUIT

By | December 4, 2020

Direct Current (DC)  In DC circuits only involve direct current and voltage, that currents and voltages that do not change with time. The elements in the DC circuit include: Battery Resistance Conductor Wire battery produces e.m.f to move electrons which ultimately produces an electric current. The term “circuit” is very suitable because in this case… Read More »

CURRENT AND VOLTAGE

By | November 30, 2020

Definition of Electric Currents Electric current occurs because of the flow of electrons in which each electron has a charge of the same amount. If we have a negatively charged object, it means that the object has an excess of electrons. The degree to which the object is filled is measured by the number of… Read More »

BASIC ELECTRONICS

By | November 30, 2020

Electronics is a science that studies electrical devices that are run by regulating the flow of electrons or electrically charged particles in a system such as mobile phones, computers, electronic devices, thermocouple, semiconductors, etc. The science of studying such tools is an offshoot of Physical Sciences, while the model and design of electronic circuits are… Read More »

The Definition of Basic Electronics

By | November 19, 2019

Electronics is a science that studies weak electrical current that works by controlling the flow of electrons or electrically charged particles in a device / equipment such as thermocouples, semiconductors, computers, and other electronic equipment. The study of tools like this is a branch of physics, while the design and manufacture of electronic circuits is… Read More »