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What Is Aggregate? Its Properties & Uses

What Is Aggregate Its Properties & Uses

What Is Aggregate? Properties And Uses Aggregate is a granular material that is inert and is mixed with other binding materials to produce any building construction material such as concrete or mortar etc such as sand, gravel, crushed stones, recycled concrete, etc. Aggregate is used as a filler for increasing the volume of the building material because it is cheap …

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Register & Types Of Register

Register & Types Of Register

What Is A Register?Types Of Register Computer or microcontrollers need memory to store data & programs that it needs to process later. These memory devices may be hard drives, memory sticks but the CPU itself need some storage space to store the necessary commands & instruction for data processing. That is where registers come in. Register: A register is the …

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Difference Between Cement, Mortar & Concrete

Difference Between Cement, Mortar & Concrete

What Is The Difference Between Cement, Mortar & Concrete? If you want to fix a wall or floor, what would you use? cement, mortar or concrete? this is the type of confusion many people face when they are asked about it. It may seem like the same thing but In fact, cement, mortar & concrete each are very different building …

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Difference Between Arduino & Raspberry Pi

Difference Between Arduino & Raspberry Pi

Differences Between Arduino & Raspberry Pi Arduino & Raspberry Pi are both program development boards, mainly designed for teaching programming. But there use in DIY electronics has made them more famous. You may have heard about these in DIY projects videos over youtube or in general. Before going into the differences between these two boards lets try to discuss them …

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Difference Between RAM & ROM| With Their Types

What are the Differences Between RAM & ROM With Their Types

What are the Differences Between RAM & ROM? With Their Types A computer or digital devices use memory components to store their data for several purposes. Without any memory units, a computer cannot do any task. There are two types of memory components in digital devices i.e. RAM & ROM. In this article, we will study these two memory components …

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Types Of Flip Flops| SR, D, JK & D Types With TruthTable

SR & D Flip Flop TruthTable

Different Types Of Flip Flops | SR, D, JK & T FlipFlops With Truth Table A flip flop is a basic memory unit capable of storing one a single bit at a time. It is made from two latches in Master-slave configuration. They are edge sensitive so they are triggered by a clock pulse. There are few types of flip …

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Differences Between Microcontroller and Microprocessor

What are the Differences Between Microcontroller Vs Microprocessor

What are the Differences Between Microcontroller Vs Microprocessor The microcontroller & microprocessor are two like terms that are confused by so many people when they are asked about it. They seem to be one same thing yet they are both quite different. Before going any further, let’s discuss what is a microcontroller and microprocessor.   Microcontroller: The microcontroller is an …

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Comparison Between Latch & Flip-Flop

Comparison Between Latch & Flip-Flop

Latches Vs Flip-Flop Latch and flip-flop are two basic building blocks of any memory unit that store information in any digital devices. They store a single bit of information as long as they are powered, but their structure and triggering operation is different from each other. Before going into the differences between flip flop and latches, let’s discuss what flip-flop …

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Comparison Between Combinational & Sequential Logic

Comparison Between Combinational & Sequential Logic

Combinational Logic Vs Sequential Logic In Digital Electronics, there are two types of logic circuits i.e. combinational logic & sequential logic circuit. Both of these logic circuits are used in digital devices and perform different types of tasks based on their design logic. Before going further into the difference and comparison between these two logics, let’s look into what combinational …

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Difference Between Compiler & Interpreter

Compiler Vs Interpreter During programming, we generally write programs in High-level language, which is referred to as source code. This source code contains words & sentences from English language or maybe some other language. But a computer does not understand English words; it only understands a command written in binary 1’s & 0’s, also known as machine code. In order …

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