Various types of fixed- value resistors , Physics

The fixed value resistors are those whose resistance are fixed and cannot be changed. The fixed resistors can be further subdivided into following categories.

(a)       CARBON COMPOSITION RESISTORS

(b)       CARBON CERAMIC RESISTORS

(c)       CARBON FILM RESISTORS

(d)       METAL FILM RESISTORS

(e)       WIRE WOUND RESISTORS

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