Joined 14 years ago
Aana Edwards has been working as a Business Analyst in an IT company based in Silicon City, CA. Married recently and living a blissful life. Her interests include writing, reading and anything that comes under technology & electronics industry.
She manages all aspects of marketing, editorial, design & development of softwares and b2b portals. And has been associated with very informative b2b portals like Digitivity. And in her free time helps her friend Pattrick Savarna, in managing his blog My Electronics Blog.
Her popular hubs are Active Versus Passive Devices, Green IT.
If your want to know more on electrical, electronics and computers or consumer appliances, do keep checking out her hubs, blog and site.
11 years ago
Electronic component are classed into either being Passive devices or Active devices. Active devices are different from passive devices such as resistors, capacitors and inductors. These devices are capable of changing their operational performance, may deliver power to the circuit, and can perform...
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