Found 13 Articles for Electronic Products

Difference between Lithium Ion and Lead Acid Battery

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 07-Aug-2023 11:13:10


A battery is a crucial component of any portable electronic device. The battery provides electrical energy required to power the device. It basically performs some chemical reactions to produce electrical electric energy. Batteries are broadly classified into two types namely, rechargeable batteries and non-rechargeable batteries. In this article, we will explore two commonly used types of rechargeable batteries namely, Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery and Lead Acid Battery and their important differences. The fundamental difference between a lithium-ion battery and a lead acid battery is that a lithium-ion battery uses lithium salt in an organic solvent as the electrolyte, whereas a ... Read More

Difference Between LED and OLED

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 07-Aug-2023 11:11:25


Both LED (Light Emitting Diode) and OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) are popular display technologies used in various electronic devices like TVs, monitors, laptop screens, etc. However, they are completely different from each other in several aspects like technology, construction, energy efficiency, thickness, and more. The most fundamental difference between LED and OLED is in their working, i.e. LED uses backlights for its operation, while OLED uses self-illuminating organic compounds that produce bright light on the passage of electric current. In this article, we will explore all the significant differences between LED and OLED. But before discussing the differences, ... Read More

Difference between Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Cables

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 07-Aug-2023 10:57:18


Coaxial and optical digital audio cables are widely used for transmission of digital audio signals between electronic devices. However, they are absolutely different from each other in terms construction, transmission method, and many other characteristics. The most fundamental difference between coaxial and optical digital audio cables is in their transmission method, i.e. coaxial digital audio cables use copper conductors for transmitting digital audio signals, while optical digital audio cables use optical fibers to transmit digital audio signals. In this article, we will explore all the major differences between coaxial audio cables and optical digital audio cables along with their ... Read More

Difference Between Gyroscope and Accelerometer

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Aug-2023 17:58:36


Gyroscopes and accelerometers are sensor technologies that are often found in electronic devices such as smartphones, drones, game consoles, and navigation systems. While they are often used in combination to provide a more comprehensive motion sensing capacity, they serve separate functions and operate on different principles. Read this article to find out more about Gyroscope and Accelerometer and how they are different from each other. What is Gyroscope? A gyroscope is a device that measures or maintains orientation and angular velocity. It detects changes in an object's rotational motion and delivers information about its spatial orientation. A gyroscope's underlying ... Read More

Difference between Solenoid and Toroid

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 16-May-2023 16:14:41


Both solenoid and toroid are coils made of conductor wires and are used in a variety of electrical and electronic circuits to produce a magnetic field with help of electric current. The fundamental difference between solenoid and toroid is that the solenoid is a cylindrical shaped electromagnetic coil used to generate a magnetic field outside it, while a toroid is a circular (doughnut) shaped electromagnetic coil used to produce a magnetic field within itself. In this article, we will learn the important differences between solenoid and toroid, but before discussing the differences, let us first have a look into ... Read More

Bluetooth Modes

Updated on 05-May-2023 11:03:43

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Bluetooth is a technology that wirelessly connects with other systems using the radio frequency that uses 2.4 GHz frequency. Bluetooth is accessible up to 10 meters for sharing documents, media, photos, and videos. It avoids the usage of wires making it a wireless technology. It provides a secured data transmission, so the device needs to be paired before any transmission of data. Though a secure connection, the distance for transmission is less compared to today’s emerging technology. Bluetooth divides the data into packets and transmits it through the channels which use frequency hopping spread spectrum. Bluetooth Modes Bluetooth Connection Bluetooth ... Read More

Bluetooth vs Bluetooth Low Energy

Updated on 05-May-2023 10:55:07


Introduction Modern electronic devices now almost always have wireless communication advancements. These two innovations, Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) are widely used in a variety of electrical devices. Despite sharing the same central idea, they have some significant differences in terms of usability, run, and control utilization. Although both innovations are founded on the same underlying principles, there are some significant differences between them. We'll look at the differences between Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy in this article, as well as several useful examples. What is Bluetooth? Bluetooth may be a remote communication convention that empowers gadgets to communicate ... Read More

Baud Rate and its importance

Updated on 05-May-2023 10:44:25


In the field of electronics and communication, the baud rate is crucial to the transmission of information. It refers to the maximum number of flag changes that can be transmitted simultaneously across a communication connection. Bits per second (bps) are used to measure the baud rate, which is frequently referred to as the "information rate." We will explore the importance of baud rate in information transmission in this article, as well as how it may affect the accuracy and consistency of information transmission. What is Baud Rate? A fundamental parameter in serial transmission might be the baud rate. It determines ... Read More

Difference between Micro USB and USB-C

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 25-Apr-2023 11:20:05

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USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. USB is a modern communication interface used in computers and other electronic devices for connecting peripherals such as mouse, keyboard, etc. Today, USB has become a standard protocol for connections in electronic devices. USB was first introduced in mid-1990 and has become popular due to its plug and play feature. The USB interface allows peripheral devices to connect to and disconnect from electronic devices without the requirement restarting of the device. USB interface uses Bus Network Topology, allowing multiple devices to connect to a single USB port through a USB hub. Several types of ... Read More

Advantages and Disadvantages of Repeater

Updated on 14-Apr-2023 17:43:29

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Repeater is an electronic device that receives a signal to increase its power and retransmit it. They are used for long-distance transmission or received on the other side. We know Networking Architecture has a 7-layer OSI model, where repeaters and devices come at the physical layer. Repeaters are also called Signal boosters. They are cheap and easy solutions for a network device that has no impact on the performance of the network. They are useful in boosting the signal and retransmitting the signal from the transmitter to the receiver. During transmission, certain signals get lost and distorted. Repeaters are connected ... Read More