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What is an example of an analog device?
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Analog Transducer: An analog transducer is a device that converts the input signal into a continuous DC signal of voltage or current. Examples: * Strain gauge * L.V.D.T * Thermocouple * Thermistor

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Compare analog and digital instruments .

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Parameter Analog Instrument Digital Instrument  1 Principle The instrument that displays analog signals is called as on analog instrument.  The instrument that displays ... , etc. Logical analyzer, signature analyzer, computers, microprocessor based instruments, etc. 

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Compare analog CRO with digital storage oscilloscope (DSO).

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Analog CRO DSO 1 High bandwidth Less bandwidth due to aliasing effect 2 High  writing speed about 15 GHz Limited speed 3 No memory Has memory ... Less storage time. The digital oscilloscope is  capable of an infinite storage time, using its digital memory.

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State two advantages of digital system over analog system.

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1. They are less susceptible to noise. 2. The effect of fluctuation in the characteristic of the components, ageing of components etc. is very small in digital circuits. 3. Digital circuits have capability of memory which makes them suitable for computers. 4. More accurate.

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Explain the essential toques in analog type measuring instruments.

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List of torques in analog instruments:  1. Deflecting torque  2. Controlling / Restraining torque.  3. Damping torque.  1. Deflecting torque: To create deflection proportional to ... the speed higher will be the damping torque bringing the pointer to the equilibrium position quickly. 

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Analog multi-meter DMM Power supply is not required  Power supply is required  Less suffered from electric noise  More suffered from electric Noise Less isolation problems. More ... visual indication Visual indication is not that much better. Less cost More cost

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The standard for long distance analog signal transmission in process control industry is (A) 4-20 mV (B) 0-20 mA (C) 4-20 mA (D) 0-5 V

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The standard for long distance analog signal transmission in process control industry is 4-20 mA

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Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) Digital means binary (1 0) and 1 and 0 may be true and false or on and off or high and low. Analog means continuous signal or information ... wave. Phase Shift Keying (PSK) is transmit digital data by changing the phase of carrier wave.

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For fabrication of semiconductor devices like transistors diode, solar cell etc. we have to make use of following types of materials  1. Substrate: o It is used for deposition of thin ... . o Metal cans and sealed glass containers satisfy the extreme requirements of space and military users.

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Linear and non-linear device

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BJT is called bipolar device because in BJT current conduction takes place due to majority as well as minority charge carriers that is because of electrons as well as holes.

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The device which allows reverse power flow and withstands highest switch frequency is MOSFET

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A snubber circuit is connected to the power semiconductor device to reduce the electrical stresses

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Basically a potentiometer is a device for comparing two voltages.

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A damping device prevents the oscillation of the moving system and enables the latter to reach its final position quickly.

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A switchgear is device used for switching, controlling and protecting the electrical circuit and equipment.

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Yes, FPGA is a volatile device.

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No, IGBT is not the current controlled device. IGBT is a voltage controlled device. IGBT have combine qualities of MOSFET and BJT. The high switching speed of MOSFET and low conduction losses of BJT. Also, IGBT which stands for Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor have high input impedance.

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Thyristor can only be turned on by small gate pulse but it cannot be turn off by using gate hence thyristor is called semi controlled device.

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already answered here is mosfet current controlled device?

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