Internet of Things (IoT) – is a system of devices – such as sensors – connected to the internet, that are transmitting and storing data to the Cloud. IoT can be differentiated by the different parameters, like element of AI, connection protocols, sensors, and others. Read more
Rotating electrical machine – is a microelectromechanical system, operating on the laws of electric and magnetic fields, consisting of rotor, stator, and windings. One of the examples of microelectromechanical systems is rotating electric machines. The key role in the operation of electric machines is played by windings. Read More
Signals – are functions of one or several independent variables. There two types of signals – discrete-time and continuous-time signals. Discrete-time signals are defined at the discrete moment of time and the mathematical function takes the descrete set of values. Read more
Inductance – is a circuit element that can store magnetic energy of magnetic field and can respond to EMF of the circuit. It is characterised by the inductance characteristics or magnetic flux – current characteristics. Read more
Semiconductors – are a class of materials characterised with electron conductivity. They are capable to change their features depending on different external conditions (temperature, light, electromagnetic field and others). Semiconductors can be intrinsic and extrinsic. Read more.
Extrinsic semiconductor – is a semiconductor where electrical properties are due to impurities in their structure. Impurities can create additional energy levels in a forbidden band. Impurities in semiconductor can be two types – replacement and implementation. Read more.
Optical communication system – is a system, characterised with large capacity to carry information. It can be used can in any application where transfer of the information is required from one place to another. And can be classified into two categories – guided and unguided optical systems. Read more.