Basic electronics idea and Notation

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Hello friends!!!

I am a hobbyist. I have done lots of school projects when I was a secondary school student. Today I am going to share my ideas on electronics and I will obviously try to give you a concrete guideline, “How to understand and work with Electronics” in the most possible ways.

What is Electronics?

Electronics is the study of electrons. In electronics we study about the flow of electrons, the laws behind the flow and the emission of electrons in vacuum and matter. “matter is any substance that has mass and takes up space by having volume”.
Electronics deals with electrical circuits that involve active electrical components such as vacuum tubes, transistors, diodes, integrated circuits, optoelectronics, and sensors, associated passive electrical components, and interconnection technologies.

Branches of Electronics:

  1. Digital electronics
  2. Analogue electronics
  3. Microelectronics
  4. Circuit design
  5. Integrated circuits
  6. Power electronics
  7. Optoelectronics
  8. Semiconductor devices
  9. Embedded systems

We are mostly working on Digital Electronics and Embedded systems. There is a convention worldwide for the hobbyists,

“Treat your Electronic components like your child”

So, be careful in the time of handling your electronic components. We will learn more things about electronics and we will have some fun with the tricky projects of electronics and embedded systems. We will try to work with robotics in future I wish. So, you will have to have some ideas on circuits notation and electronic symbols.

Some Important Notations for basic Electronics:

Open the below images to understand the basic symbols of electronics.

You will get more symbols in future if you are continuing this journey. That’s all forĀ  today. If you find this post is important or worthy to share then please share it with your friends. Remember

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