What are the Analog Meters and their Classification?

What are the Analog Meters? What are the Analog Meters and their classification? Broadly speaking, analog instruments can be classified in two ways: Absolute instruments. Secondary instruments The absolute instruments give the value of the electrical quantity to be measured in Read More …

What is the maximum Power Transfer Theorem? Formula and Examples

Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Why Maximum Power Transfer Theorem? What is the maximum Power Transfer Theorem? In electrical engineering or any other field of science that involves the analysis of linear circuit design, sometimes the learner wants to learn new patterns and behaviors of Read More …

What are the Components of a Capacitor? Series and Parallel Connection of Capacitor

Capacitor and its main components

WHAT IS CAPACITOR? What are the Components of a Capacitor? A capacitor is an electrical device used mainly for the storage of charge. Basically it stores energy in the form of electric charge. It is connected with two terminals. Also Read More …

Find Best Arduino for Robotics

ARDUINO for robotics

INTRODUCTION Find Best Arduino for Robotics. In this world we are living where the technology and science are making progress day by day, the requirement for more innovative and provoking ideas and machinery are increasing drastically. The journey from the Read More …

How to Design a 4 bit Magnitude Comparator Circuit?

magnitude comparator circuit

Two numbers are greater or less than :

To illustrate whether A is greater than or less than B, we check the relative magnitudes of pairs of significant digits, starting from the most significant digit. If the two digits of a pair are same, we compare the next lower significant pair of digits. The comparison continues till a pair of unequal digits is reached.

How to Determine the Overflow of Signed and Unsigned Numbers?

overflow of signed and unsigned numbers

Why it is necessary to get the idea of overflow?  Numbers represented in computer system have always have a specific range. It depends on how many bits your system process. Some systems are 32 bits while other are 64-bits. With the advancement in technology we have now larger bits processing systems. But they have limited range of numbers they can represent. Overflow refers to the condition when the given bits can not represent the given number. It means that number needs more bits for its representation. There is another situation where the number is small enough and not representable according to the given pattern of numbers. This is called underflow.