Difference between LAN and MAN

A computer network is a group of computers connected with each other in a particular fashion to share data and the usage of peripheral devices amongst themselves. Considering the range of the network, computer networks can be divided into three categories that are – LAN or Local Area Network, MAN or Metropolitan Area Network, and … Read more

Difference between LAN and WAN

Networking is nothing but establishing a connection between devices. A computer network is a group of computers and devices connected with each other that allows them to communicate with each other. Depending on the scope of the network, primarily, computer networks are divided into three categories – Local Area Network (LAN), Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), … Read more

Difference between Forward Bias and Reverse Bias

Biasing or applying bias means applying a steady dc voltage. Usually, when we apply a voltage across components like resistors, inductors, capacitors, etc. we do not need to consider the polarity of the voltage applied. But in the case of semiconductor devices such as a diode, BJT, FET, etc., the polarity of the voltage is … Read more

Difference between Current transformer and Potential transformer

Current transformer and Potential transformer are the types of instrument transformer. An instrument transformer is a special type of transformer that is used in the measurement of high voltage and high current, not allowing measuring instruments to come in direct contact with high voltage circuits. Potential transformer is also known as voltage transformer. In this … Read more

Difference between Core and Shell type transformer

Core type transformer and shell type transformer are the types of transformer based on construction differences. In this article, we will see the difference between core and shell type transformer based on the iron requirement, conducting material requirement, leakage flux, maintenance, natural cooling, types of winding usage, applications, etc. Let us see the difference between … Read more

Difference between Zener breakdown and Avalanche breakdown

The diode is a unilateral electronic device. It has two terminals termed – Cathode and Anode. When the diode is forward biased i.e., the anode is kept at a higher potential than the cathode, then ideally, the diode acts as a short circuit (zero resistance) and a large current will pass through it even if … Read more

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