Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV)

john March 24, 2011 18 Comments
Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) Basics of Varistor A varistor/voltage dependent resistor (VDR) is a component which has a voltage – current characteristics that is very much similar to that of a diode. This component is used to protect electrical devices from high transient voltages. They are planted in the devices in such a manner that it will short itself when a high current is produced due to the high voltage. Thus the current dependent components in the device will...
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Working of Standing Wave Ratio (SWR) Meters

john February 14, 2011 3 Comments
Working of  SWR Meters This article focuses on the concept of Standing Wave Ratio, its measurement using SWR meters, directional swr meter, Voltage Standing wave ratio (vswr), Swr bridge circuit, applications and problems with an SWR meter. SWR Meter IMAGE SOURCE SWR meters are used to measure and denote the standing wave ratio in a communication line. That is, the meter will denote the exact mismatch between the transmission line and the load, thus helping to know the degree...
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Smart Antennas

john October 19, 2011 2 Comments
What is a Smart Antenna? Smart Antennas, also known as multiple antennas, adaptive array antennas, and so on is used to increase the efficiency in digital wireless communication systems. It works by taking the advantage of the diversity effect at the transceiver of the wireless system that is the source and the destination. The term diversity effect refers to the transmission and reception of multiple radio frequencies that are used to decrease the error during data communication and also...
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RedTacton Technology

john October 19, 2011 18 Comments
RedTacton Technology This detailed article on Red Tacton technology is developed by our team for students as a Seminar topic for their academic needs. We have referenced various research papers,reports and other documentations for developing this article. We have discussed about various infrared and Bluetooth wireless technologies in our recent posts. But the technology has been advanced that these technologies have been overrated. Now, researchers are trying to develop a new path for transmission of signals called Human Area...
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Photonic Integrated Circuit

john February 24, 2011 3 Comments
Photonic Integrated Circuit Technology Photonic Integrated Circuit (also known as PIC), is a complex integrated circuit which incorporates a lot of optical devices to form a single photonic circuit. The main difference between a PIC and an Electronic IC is that PIC is analogous to an Electronic Integrated Circuit.  Many optical devices like optical amplifiers, multiplexers, de-multiplexers, optical lasers, attenuators and also detectors are integrated on to a Photonic Integrated Circuit. For a large-scale operation of such a device...
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Working of 3-D TV

john October 19, 2011 3 Comments
3-D Technology Television has been one of the biggest entertainments since its invention. From its evolution in black and white format, the television technology has later developed to bring colour visuals in CRT displays and later LCD, LED and also Plasma. Nowadays we can get TV’s that is almost 61-inches wide and that too with a very small thickness. The visuals are also in High-def format, which is so clear that we feel like sitting in front of it...
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Parallax Barrier

john January 11, 2011 No Comments
Before you know more about this technology, it is better that you go through the basics of 3-D TV. To know more about it click on the link below. TAKE A LOOK : WORKING OF 3-D TV Parallax barrier is an autostereoscopic type of display. That is, there is no need of any special accessories to watch a 3-D image. The TV will be fully equipped so that you can watch the 3-D image with your bare eyes. Out...
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Lenticular Lenses

john November 2, 2017 6 Comments
Before you know more about this technology, it is better that you go through the basics of 3-D TV. To know more about it click on the link below. TAKE A LOOK : WORKING OF 3-D TV Lenticular Lenses After the release of some major motion pictures like Avatar, UP, Alice in Wonderland and so on, the whole movie industry has been turned on by the 3D effect. Due to this boom in the 3D movie world, major TV...
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Augmented Reality (AR) Technology

john January 5, 2011 1 Comment
Introduction Since the early 70’s video games have been a great entertainment for all of us. With the recent boom in technology, computer graphics has been so advanced that graphic games are being introduced into the real world surroundings. The photo reality is mind boggling to such an extent that you feel that the games have been plucked out of your display monitors and integrated into your surroundings. Not only the video part, but also sound and also other...
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Working of MAGLEV Trains

john February 16, 2012 51 Comments
We have always thought of aeroplanes as the fastest mode of transportation. As it travels thousands of miles in an hour we do not mind the flight delays and also the risk in flying. There is no other alternative to planes that can travel such a great distance in minimum amount of time. Buses, cars, boats and even conventional trains seem to be too slow in comparison to planes. Now a new transportation mode has occurred that can clearly...
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