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How many wires do serial cables used on computers have?
This is true, even if the cable has a 25-pin connector. Serial cables are often used to connect computers to perpetual devices.
To produce greater storage of electrons and more capacitance, capacitors should .
Connecting capacitors in parallel produces more capacitance.
Insulated fittings can be used to splice wires, thus eliminating the need for .
Insulated fittings replace soldering.
The symbol shown above stands for .
This symbol stands for battery.
Radio waves travel .
Radio waves travel at the speed of light. The speed of sound is much slower.
Changing alternating current to direct current is called .
Changing AC to DC is a process called rectification.
Millihenries are related to .
Inductors are rated in millihenries.
Radar can operate at frequencies as high as .
Radar can operate as high as 100,000 MHz (megahertz).
Newer cell phones contain a removable memory card, which is often called a .
SIM stands for Subscriber Identity Module. The card contains information such as your phone number, your billing information, and your address book. It makes it easier to switch from one cell phone to another.
When current flows through a wire, the following influences are present .
Voltage, ohms, and amperes are always present when current flows through a wire.
Another name for cycles per second is .
The number of times alternating current changes direction in one second is known as its frequency, which is measured in hertz.
Which of the following materials usually has an electromagnetic-induction device in its core?
Iron is easily magnetized and demagnetized, so it works well for this device.
How many diodes should you expect to find in a bridge rectifier?
A bridge rectifier is also known as a full wave rectifier, usually containing 8 diodes.
Ohm’s law states .
Ohm’s law states that Voltage (V) = Current (I) x Resistance (R). All other answers are incorrect expressions of this law.