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among electrical@iitr and electronics and communication @ iitr which is better and why??? please clearify the difference about the two branches!!!! please answer it very sooon!!!!!

among electrical@iitr and electronics and communication @ iitr which is better and why??? please clearify the difference about the two branches!!!! please answer it very sooon!!!!!

Grade:12

2 Answers

Sid @ askiitian
44 Points
11 years ago

Hi shikhar

Difference is:

we can say "electrical" instruments deal with 'Analog' signals mostly defined by the equations of classical physics. They certainly obey Ohm's Law. Term 'Electrical' is associated with the typical conception of Electric Field(E) which exerts electric Force(F) on a charge particle(q) and it produces electricity, Where F=qE. 
But 'Electronic' instruments are made to deal with 'Digital' signals. Analog electrical signal is changed to Digital signals ( 0, 1). They are semiconductors devices which never obey Ohm's Law and implemented with logic gates.

An electronic device is often constructed using one or more electric elements that make it possible to manage the flow of electricity into the device. A television is a good example, since it is partially composed of a series of individual electric components that help to conduct the flow of electricity. In like manner, desktop and laptop computers are electronic in nature. Handheld devices such as cell phones are also electronic, while operating with the use of an electric component – a battery.

Now for Choosing between them is not a tuff task. Go for the thing you feel interested and more exposed

All the best!!!

Vijay Luxmi Askiitiansexpert
357 Points
11 years ago

Dear Shikhar,

Electronics is a field of electrical .. Electrical Engineer basically study machines, generators, transmission lines, power plants, power electronics, introduction to microprocessors and will have the strongest system control course.

Electronics Engineer studies electronic circuit design(both digital and analog), VLSI design , more advanced course on solid state circuits, introduction to microprocessors, modern control, Antenna theory, Microwave Engineering, optoelectronic and will have strongest communication systems course.

So i wud advise you to join electrical @ IIT R.. It is Best!

Please feel free to post as many doubts on our disucssion forum as you can.  We are all IITians and here to help you in your IIT JEE preparation. All the best .

Askiitians Expert

Vijay Luxmi

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