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Electronics and communication engineering

MegalaR
6 years 26 weeks ago
  Short wave “CURTAIN “antenna (moosbrunn , Austria) An antenna (or aerial)is a transducer that transmit or receives electromagnetic waves,In other waves ,antennas convert electromagnetic radiation into electrical current, or vice versa 
MegalaR
6 years 26 weeks ago
The human eye is a remarkable imaging device, with many attractive design features. The human eye is somewhat like a filter with a response similar to that of a tuned circuit. It has been shown that electrical stimulation of retinal ganglion cells yields visual sensations
MegalaR
6 years 26 weeks ago
Heart attack and stroke are life and death emergencies. The cardio vascular system is a complex closed hydraulic system, which performs the essential service of transportation of oxygen, carbon dioxide, numerous chemical compounds and the blood cells. Patients suffering from heart attack have to undergo regular check up of their heart functioning
MegalaR
6 years 26 weeks ago
THE MICROWAVE BENCH IS THE USEFUL FOR DOING ALL THE EXPERIMENTS IN THE NEED OF THE THINGS WHICH IS HELPFUL FOR ALL IN DOING THEIR PROJECTS WITH A EASY MANNER AND THE USEFUL WAY OF UNDERSTANDING.
MegalaR
6 years 26 weeks ago
EMC is concerned with the i)generation, ii)transmission and iii) reception of electromagnetic energy. •A source (also referred to as an emitter) produces the emission. •A transfer or coupling path transfers the emission energy to a receptor (receiver), where it is processed, resulting in either desired or undesired behavior. •Interference occurs if the received energy causes the receptor to behave in an undesired manner.
ANUKUL PANDEY
6 years 29 weeks ago
It depends on your career goal. Do you wish to work for your core company? Do you wish to be a software engineer? do you wish to be an entrepreneur, starting your own company? Do you wish to go for research? If you could more details on your career goals, then I would be able to suggest you appropriately.
L.Murthy
6 years 41 weeks ago
n cryptography, pseudorandom noise (PRN) is a signal similar to noise which satisfies one or more of the standard tests for statistical randomness. Although it seems to lack any definite pattern, pseudorandom noise consists of a deterministic sequence of pulses that will repeat itself after its period.[1] In cryptographic devices, the pseudorandom noise pattern is determined by a key and the repetition period can be very long, even millions of years. Pseudorandom noise is used in some...
L.Murthy
6 years 41 weeks ago
Pseudocode is a compact and informal high-level description of a computer programming algorithm that uses the structural conventions of a programming language, but is intended for human reading rather than machine reading. Pseudocode typically omits details that are not essential for human understanding of the algorithm, such as variable declarations, system-specific code and subroutines. The programming language is augmented with natural language descriptions of the details, where convenient...
L.Murthy
6 years 41 weeks ago
extbooks and scientific publications related to computer science and numerical computation often use pseudocode in description of algorithms, so that all programmers can understand them, even if they do not all know the same programming languages. In textbooks, there is usually an accompanying introduction explaining the particular conventions in use. The level of detail of the pseudo-code may in some cases approach that of formalized general-purpose languages. A programmer who needs to...
L.Murthy
6 years 41 weeks ago
As the name suggests, pseudocode generally does not actually obey the syntax rules of any particular language; there is no systematic standard form, although any particular writer will generally borrow style and syntax for example control structures from some conventional programming language. Popular syntax sources include Pascal, BASIC, C, C++, Java, Lisp, and ALGOL. Variable declarations are typically omitted. Function calls and blocks of code, for example code contained within a loop...