Circuit Laws

Norton’s Theorem Simplified

This is another useful theorem used in simplifying complex/linear  circuits just  like Thevenin’s Theorem. The main difference between Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem is that, Thevenin’s theorem provides an equivalent voltage source and an equivalent series resistance, while Norton’s theorem provides an equivalent Current source and an equivalent parallel resistance.…

Voltage Divider And Current Divider Rules

Voltage divider and current divider are one of the basic circuits in electronic. They are very useful principle in the building of real world products. Many electronic/electrical devices operate on this principle. In order to understand and solve calculation problems based on voltage divider and current divider; you must know:…

How To calculate Resistors Connected In Series And Parallel

Resistors can be connected in series or in parallel. Each type of connection has different way of calculating its total equivalent resistance. In this article you will learn: How to calculate the total equivalent resistance of resistors connected in series. The effect of resistors  in series. How to calculate the…