Maximum Power Transfer Theorem | Applications

Whenever the load is connected across a voltage source, power is transferred or moved from the source to the load. The amount of power transferred will depend upon the resistance of the load. If the resistance of load RL is made equal to the internal resistance Ri of any source, then maximum power is transferred … Read more

Conversion of Voltage Source into constant Current Source

Constant Current Source A voltage source that has a very huge internal*impedance as compared with external load impedance or resistance is known as a constant current source. In that case, the load current approximately remains the same when the output voltage changes. Fig. 1.12 (i) illustrates a constant current source. It is a direct current … Read more