It is amazing how electronic equipment works. Within its structure is a maze of science and technology. But here are the three main components that make electronics work:
- Capacitors. A capacitor is defined as an electronic element that carries charges. Capacitors were created to keep a charge of static nature while producing a foil that would act as a protective layer on both the inner and outer walls of a jar.
- Resistors. The job of a resistor is to resist the direction of electric currents within a circuit.
- Inductors. Magnetic fields are produced by regular passing of currents through wire coils (inductors). The state of the magnetic fields depends on changes that happen in the current. It is a process called inductance.
All electronic circuitry need these three elements to work hand-in-hand. The working relation is called the “RLC Effect.”