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LM338 vs LM317 Linear Regulator ICs
LM338 vs LM317 Linear Regulator ICs

LM338 vs LM317 Linear Regulator ICs

The LM317 and LM338 are popular adjustable linear regulator ICs that are easy to use – the output is adjustable using a potentiometer decoupling and other external components are…
Difference between LM393 and LM358
LM393 Dual Comparator vs LM358 Dual Op-Amp

LM393 Dual Comparator vs LM358 Dual Op-Amp

The LM358 Op-Amp and the LM393 Comparator are two common jellybean components that are characterized by their ease of use and availability. Outwardly, the LM358 and LM393 are very…
Latest Launched Electronics Components
Latest Electronics Components

New Components Introduced Last Week – September 06

The beginning of September was an interesting week with lots of exciting components being launched for various automotive electronics, industrial applications, and medical…
Difference between LM741 and LM358
Difference between LM741 and LM358

LM741 vs LM358

The LM741 and LM358 are classic and popular op-amp designs. The LM358 is a considerably newer part than the LM741, and despite the fact that they are both general-purpose op-amps…
Difference between LM324 and LM358
Difference between LM324 and LM358

LM324 vs LM358 Op Amp ICs

In some cases, the manufacturers of certain ICs make them in different packages containing a different number of units. Although they might appear similar, different op-amps on…
Latest Launched Electronics Components
Latest Launched Electronics Components

New Components Introduced Last Week – August 30

The end of August was a pretty interesting week with lots of exciting components being launched for various automotive, industrial, and space applications. In this article, we’ll…
NE555 Vs LM555
NE555 Vs LM555

LM555 Vs NE555

The alphabet prefixes in front of the part numbers of ICs are often taken for granted, since all they do is represent the manufacturer of the IC (although not in all cases) – but…
Difference between Op-Amp and Comparator
Difference between Op-Amp and Comparator

Difference between Op-Amp and Comparator: Why Should You select a Comparator over an Op-Amp?

There are many reasons why you should not use an op-amp as a comparator, which is also the reason why dedicated comparator ICs exist. In this article, we will take a closer look…
How to Choose an Oscilloscope
How to Choose an Oscilloscope

How to Select the Best Beginner’s Oscilloscope? - Features and Specifications you should look for

A Multimeter, a variable power supply, a soldering iron and an oscilloscope are arguably the most basic lab requirements for anyone working with electronic circuits. Of all the…
Understanding Slew Rate in Op-Amp
Understanding Slew Rate in Op-Amp

Understanding Slew Rate in Op-Amp and How to Measure and Calculate it for your Designs

An ideal op-amp is a voltage amplifier with infinite input impedance, zero output impedance, and infinite bandwidth. In the real world, however, these parameters are limited by…