Difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering

Difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering:

 

 Hi, here I am going to explain you a very basic and true difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering. Many got confused with these two, so I am here to clarify your confusion.

Today in recent modern era many students facing this difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering question in many interviews. At that time students all are looking like it’s very simple question but they are unable to express their clear view to main interviewer. In that lot of talented students struggling even though having very good talent. So here techslates going to help to all those candiates to get rid of fear this simple question difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering.

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Difference between Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering

Electrical Engineering deals with the generation, production, transmission and distribution of electricity. In the broader sense it deals with low frequencies and high power devices, for example transformers, electric fans, pumps, motors etc. are electrical devices. They run on AC power.

Electronics Engineering deals with the effective utilization of electricity. Electronic devices mainly require DC for its operation. In the broader sense it deals with high frequencies and low powers. Electronic devices includes mobile phones, laptops etc. I can say, every device which uses battery for its operation is an electronic device.

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Along with that I am here to say one more thing about AC power and DC power. AC power can’t be stored, it has to be used simultaneously with the generation of electricity but, DC power can be stored. We can generate only Alternate Current (AC), from that AC we can get DC, i.e. we need to convert AC to DC by using a rectifier. AC can’t be stored but DC can be stored.

 

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