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Microcontrollers: What They Are and How They Drive the Digital World

Introduction of microcontroller Microcontroller is a type of single-chip integrated circuit that contains one or more    microprocessor cores, instruction sets, flash memory, RAM, EEPROM, external bus interfaces, and various digital/analog input/output ports. Its main function is to interact, control, monitor, and transfer data with peripheral devices based on programmed code, collect data from external signal

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Thermal Simulation and Optimization of MCPCBs

Metal-core printed circuit boards or MCPCB are increasingly being used in power electronics due to their superior thermal performance. Effective thermal management is critical to ensure the long-term reliability of power electronics, and thermal simulation and optimization can be used to improve the thermal performance of MCPCBs. This article discusses the importance of thermal simulation

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EV Battery Technology Advances

For many years now, EV battery technology has been steadily improving, but recently it has really started to get some exciting developments. The latest battery innovations have enabled EV manufacturers to create incredible electric vehicles. Recent breakthroughs have enabled longer electric vehicle ranges, making them a more viable option for consumers. Now, it appears we

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Residential vs Commercial Electricians – What is the difference?

Distinguishing Between Residential and Commercial Electricians Electricians are skilled professionals specializing in installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems. Although their work is the same, there are two distinct types of electricians: residential and commercial. While they share some similarities, fundamental differences between these two roles are worth understanding if you are considering pursuing an electrician

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NMOS vs PMOS Transistor

Overview of PMOS When p-type dopants are utilized in the gate area (the channel), the transistor is known as a p-channel metal-oxide semiconductor (pMOS) or PMOSFET. The device activates when the gate receives a negative voltage. PMOS or pMOS also referred to as P-type metal-oxide-semiconductor logic, is a category of the digital circuit built employing

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