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Francisco Serbena@ 11:53pm 05-23-2018

College/Institute and Class

UEPG Brazil
Hi. The program is very good but in the new version the comma or dot (decimal separator) does not appear in the keyboard. Is it a bug? Best regards.
Replied on: 12:24am 05-25-2018

I presume you are referring to our 2d data plotter or the Lab Plot n fit app. Issues related to them should be posted on the corresponding google playstore pages or sent via email to the address provided on the playstore pages.

Nevertheless, I did check the same on my device and faced no problem. The dot decimal separator shows up on the soft-keyboard and can be used without any problem.

Which specific app are you referring to? Which device are you using? What is the Locale-language setting of your device? Do provide the info..I will see if I can help solve the issue.

And oh? Thanks for liking the app.

Best regards to you too.

Adalberto@ 11:58pm 04-03-2018

College/Institute and Class

CEA
Hola
Por favor puede decirme como cambiar la escala del gráfico a log-log
Replied on: 10:20am 04-04-2018

¿Te refieres a la aplicación lab plot n fit '?
Are you referring to our 'Lab plot n fit' app?

MAINAK BANERJEE@ 12:35am 07-15-2016

College/Institute and Class

DINABANDHU ANDREWS COLLEGE
SIR, I HAVE COMPLETED MY B.SC ELECTRONICS DEGREE THIS YEAR. BUT NOW I HAVE NO IDEA THAT WHAT TO DO , A B.TECH DEGREE (IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OR IN OPTO ELECTRONICS) OR M.SC ELECTRONICS FROM C.U OR J.U . I ALSO WANT TO KNOW THAT WHETHER THE B.SC ELECTRONIC SCIENCE HONS DEGREE IS EQUIVALENT TO B.S. DEGREE OR B.SC ENGINEERING DEGREE.
Replied on: 12:11am 07-23-2016

The B.S. degree is a 4 years course and the B.Sc Engineering degree offered by some institutes is also of 4 years to the best of my knowledge.

So you need to pursue at least an M.Sc. degree to be considered equivalent..or get a lateral entry to the B.tech courses you mentioned..

Whatever course you choose, pursue it diligently.

RAHUL GHOSH@ 3:00pm 07-15-2014

College/Institute and Class

WEST BENGAL STATE UNIVERSITY
SIR,I AM A 3RD YR STUDENT OF BARASAT UNIVERSITY.I WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN ELECTRONICS OR IT FIRMS SOON AFTER COMPLETION OF GRADUATION AND PURSUE M.SC IN ELECTRONICS IN CORRESPONDENCE MODE.WOULD YOU PLEASE SUGGEST ME SOME INSTITUTIONS OFFERING M.SC ELECTRONICS IN CORRESPONDENCE MODE?ALSO,IS IT A FEASIBLE IDEA TO PURSUE M.SC ELECTRONICS IN CORRESPONDENCE MODE ALONGSIDE WORKING FOR A PRIVATE COMPANY OR FIRM?
Replied on: 10:34pm 07-15-2014

Annamalai university does offer a 5 years integrated msc course in electronics through correspondence.
But you would need to make sure they offer lateral entry after B.Sc.

I used Google to find a list of other universities and centres offering degrees via correspondence: they may not run M.Sc. electronics, but could run similar courses where you could be eligible with your B.Sc. electronics backround. You need to visit their websites and look or ask for the information yourself.

Indira Gandhi National Open University (1985)
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University (1982)
Kota Open University (1987)
Nalanda Open University
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University
Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University
Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University
Karnataka State Open University
Netaji Subhas Open University
U.P.Rajarshi Tandon Open University
International Centre for Distance Education& Open Learning, HP University, Shimla
Department of Correspondence Studies , Punjab University, Chandigarh
Directorate of Distance Education, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
Department of Distance Education, University of Kashmir
Directorate of Distance Education, University of Jammu
Department Of Correspondence Course, Punjabi University
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Keep in mind that any m.sc. course especially electronics would entail a lot of practicals and laboratory work. Do ask the pertinent people how they would be able to conduct the practical classes? Maybe they would have some study centres for the purpose!

Your idea of pursuing M.Sc. while working at the same time is not bad..especially if you are inclined to take up a job right after B.Sc.

Best wishes.

PowerCom ARS@ 3:19pm 07-08-2014
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Replied on: 10:35pm 07-15-2014

Thanks.

deep@ 11:59am 04-26-2014

College/Institute and Class

rgi
describe how 8255 is used in handshake mode when Port A and Port B are configured as input port
Replied on: 12:09am 05-11-2014

Go through the relevant chapter in any good text book (e.g. Gaonkar's book on 8085) ..All the steps would be specified in details.

Note that if you want to use both the ports A and B as input ports, you may check the status of the handshaking signals IBF_A and IBF_B used with both the ports by referencing the address of port C (using either the IN XX or LDA XXXX instructions depending on whether I/O mapped I/O or memory mapped I/O has been used) in a loop and perform the desired read operation from either of port A or port B when IBF_A or IBF_B become high respectively (you may have to mask and unmask the pertinent bits). If both IBF_A and IBF_B are high then you have to have some sort of priority to decide which port the microprocessor would read from first.

The above may be implemented with interrupt I/O by connecting the INTR_A and INTR_B lines to different vectored interrupts of the 8085 microprocessor (assuming you want to interface the peripheral device with the 8085) with different priorities and writing pertinent interrupt service routines to perform the desired reading tasks.

Sunanda Banerjee@ 7:54pm 11-28-2013

College/Institute and Class

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya,Central University,Bilaspur
Sir,
I have recently completed my M.Sc. in Physics(specialized in Material Science). Now, I want to pursue the technical line and start my professional career. But, I cant find any option where to start from. If you can please guide me regarding this.
Replied on: 11:59am 05-01-2014

Why don't you appear in GATE (physics) and thereafter use your GATE score to apply for an M.Tech. course in a subject relevant to your background at IITs, NIITs and other engineering colleges?

amandeep@ 5:31pm 09-10-2013

College/Institute and Class

AIET ,Jaipur
full discription about the phase modulation
Replied on: 12:13am 05-11-2014

..need to be more specific with your question.

tonmoy das@ 1:25pm 09-09-2013

College/Institute and Class

DINABANDHU ANDREWS COLLEGE
what is the exact difference b/w a voltage regulator(as the case of a zener diode voltage regulator) and a voltage stabiliser used in houses and offices?
Replied on: 10:50am 05-15-2014

Voltage stabilizers used with household appliances are ac voltage stabilizers which ensure that the ac voltage fed to the appliance from the stabilizer is fixed in amplitude inspite of fluctuations in the ac line voltage at the input to the stabilizer.

Voltage regulators like the common zener regulator taught in basic electronics class keeps the output dc voltage of an unregulated dc power supply constant irrespective of fluctuations in the line voltage or the load current.

I found a good discussion on the topic using google which might be of help to you:

http://www.edaboard.com/thread267157.html

Arnab Mondal@ 6:44am 07-30-2013

College/Institute and Class

SURENDRANATH EVENING COLLEGE. B.SC 1ST YEAR ELTA
NAMASKAR SIR,
Ami apnader college e admission nilam,ami jante chai 1st year electronics [Hons] r class kobe theke start hobe ?
Replied on: 10:09pm 08-08-2013

An 'introduction programme' is scheduled on 12th August and formal classes would start the next day.

However, pl. check with the college notice board.

tonmoy das@ 10:46am 07-26-2013

College/Institute and Class

DINABANDHU ANDREWS COLLEGE
sir,i have completed my graduation in electronics from DAC.I am looking forward to enrolling for M.sc in electronics.could you give some idea about the topics taught in M.sc.where can i get the syllabus from?
Replied on: 10:06pm 08-08-2013

Wait for your classes to start. Your teachers would provide you the syllabus soon thereafter.

neha@ 12:37am 07-21-2013

College/Institute and Class

2nd year bsc electronics ...kthm college nashik, maharashtra
sir, please tell me competative exams after bsc electronics ..
Replied on: 10:03pm 08-08-2013

A plain B.Sc. in Electronics would not be of much help to your career unless you want to sit for Banking, Insurance, School or the Civil services exams.

Try to go for an M.Sc. degree in Electronics or related subjects. Getting a seat should not be difficult.

Even before you appear in your final M.Sc. exams, you could appear for the GATE, CSIR UGC JRF/NET or SET exams. Getting a good score or qualifying these exams would help you pursue either an M.Tech. course in a reputed institute or go for research and a PhD with handsome fellowship. Thereafter you may also try and receive fellowships to pursue research abroad. Qualifying the NET or SET exams would make you eligible for teaching positions in the universities and colleges. You may also appear in the IES (Indian Engineering Services) while still in your M.Sc. final year. There are other examinations too..but the above ones are the most important.

EJAZ AHMED@ 11:58am 07-16-2013

College/Institute and Class

SURENDRANATH EVENING COLLEGE. B.SC 1ST YEAR ELTA
Sir Do you know the date of our practical exam?
Replied on: 3:22pm 07-16-2013

College has reopened. All of you should come to the college with all your queries. If you all are interested, I will try to arrange a few theory and practical practice classes before the Part I exams.

ROHIT DAS@ 2:16pm 06-22-2013

College/Institute and Class

DINABANDHU ANDREWS COLLEGE
sir,why do we make use of Laplace transforms while solving differential equations controlling growth and decay of charge and current in LR,CR,LCR circuits athough plain differential equations can be employed?Do Laplace transforms provide an advantage?
Replied on: 7:44pm 06-22-2013

Laplace transform method involves solving algebric equations which turns out to be much simpler compared to solving differential equations. Moreover, a spin off is we get to know the solution in the frequency domain which is very important when dealing with alternating current electric circuits. I had answered in detail to an earlier post related to the same topic. Have a look.

EJAZ AHMED@ 8:59pm 06-19-2013

College/Institute and Class

Surendranath Evening College
Sir, do you know the date of first year b.sc honours examination?
Replied on: 12:16am 06-20-2013

No I don't..but I read in the papers recently that the examinations have been postponed in view of the elections.

I hope you and your classmates are studying very hard for the exams. We want all of you to get a good result and make our college proud.

BTW I have created a Moodle e-learning site where I have posted a few topics in quantum theory which could help all of you. Have a look. You can find the link to it on the teaching page of my website. I intend to include topics from quantum mechanics too in the near future. You could suggest a few topics too which I may not have covered in the class due to constraint of time.

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