Electronic Devices and Circuits
The term "electronics" comes from the term "electronic mechanics," which refers to the study of an electron's behaviour under various electric field circumstances.
Definition of Electronics
Electronics is the branch of engineering that studies the flow and control of electrons in a vacuum or semiconductor. Electronics is also a subject of engineering concerned with the study of electronic devices and their applications.
Electric current is created by electrons moving through a conductor. Batteries and generators can be used to generate this electric current.
An electronic device is a device that regulates the flow of electrons. These are the fundamental components of electronic circuits.
Digital electronics, analogue electronics, micro electronics, and nanoelectronics are some of the branches of electronics.