What is a standard resistor

What is a standard resistor?   it could mean the series e (e6, 12, 24, 48, 96, etc.) of the resistance values adopted by iso in iso 60063 1952, (with…

How to wire a resistor

How to wire a resistor it has two terminals. it is not sensitive to polarity. so connect one terminal to a voltage and the other terminal to another voltage. the…

Whats a bias resistor

Whats a bias resistor? Any resistance can be used to define a voltage in a circuit. for example, for the voltage at the base of a transistor to reach 2v…

Resistance

Resistance is defined as the opposition against current flow. Some materials offer more Resistance as others. An example for is rubber. Rubber has more resistance in Compared to copper because…