Dual +-5V Power Supply Unit

Simple +- 5v Power Supply Unit for different projects. Can be used directly with AC main no need for battery.     You can downlo...

5v Power Supply Unit for beginners to start small projects

5v Power Supply Unit for beginners: Whenever someone start any project,first hurdle comes in form of Supply Unit suitable for it. Here w...

KhodalDham,Rajokt,Gujrat,India-Couple Entry Counting System Design

KhodalDham,Rajokt,Gujrat,India- Couple Entry Counting System Design presentation given by Er. Ravi Kant Details: First of all tha...

Stepper motor Control using switches(FlowCode Simulation)

Controlling Stepper motor using switches is shown here.This simulation is good technique which can be used to detect performance of your ...

Differences between Mutex And Semaphore - Frequently Asked Interview/Job/Lab Viva Questions

Concrete understanding of Operating System concepts is required to design/develop smart applications. Our objective is to educate the reade...

What happens When Interrupt Occurs - Sequence of events - Embedded C Programming Questions

Sequence of events: Foreground code is running, interrupts are enabled Interrupt event sends an interrupt request to the CPU After co...

Difference Between Process and Thread - Programming - Frequently Asked Interview Questions

What is difference between the Process and the thread ? Process:- An executing instance of a program is called a process. Some operating s...

Input Differential Amplifier - Basics Tutorial 741 IC - Op-Amp Structure And Testing

An amplifier is a circuit which can produce an output voltage, which is the product of input voltage with a value called voltage gain. An o...

Unions-Why And When To Use - Embedded C Programming Frequently Asked Interview Questions

When should unions be used? Why do we need them in Embedded Systems programming? Unions are particularly useful in Embedded programming ...

Embedded C Basic Questions for Job Interview and Lab Examination (Viva Tips) Part - I

Q. What does the keyword const mean? What do the following declarations mean? const int a; int const a; const int *a; int * const a; int ...

Dangling and Wild Pointers - Embedded C Programming Frequently Asked Interview Questions

Dangling Pointer : Dangling pointers in computer programming are pointers that do not point to a valid object of the appropriate type. Da...

Variables and Pointers Volatile Or Constant - Embedded C Programming Frequently Asked Interview Questions

A. What are volatile variables? Where we should use? A volatile variable is one that can change unexpectedly. Consequently, the compiler ca...

Data Declarations And qualifiers - Embedded C Programming Frequently Asked Interview Questions

What is qualifiers In Embedded C Programming? Qualifiers defines the property of the variable. Two qualifiers are const and volatile. The ...

What is Storage class - Embedded C Programming Frequently Asked Interview Questions

What is Storage class? Explain with example The storage class determines the part of memory where storage is allocated for an object (pa...

Embedded C Programming Basic Questions for Job Interview and Lab Examination (Viva Tips)

A. Program to Reverse a single linked list Node *Reverse (Node *p) { Node *pr = NULL; while (p != NULL) { Node *tmp = p->ne...

C Programming Questions for Job Interview and Lab Examination (Viva Tips)

C Programming Questions Part - I A. Write a macro for set and reset, swap. #define SET_BIT( _X_, _NO_ ) ( 1<<(_X_-1)) | _NO_ #...

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