Electrical engineering (EE) and electrical and electronics engineering (EEE) are two common engineering fields that, although they tend to be somewhat similar, have distinct differences. Electrical engineering is concerned with the development of energy by various methods such as thermal, tidal, solar, or hydro, and can be used for electrical engines, vacuum cleaners, lamps, submersible motors, or pulverizing machines. It includes the techniques for generating electricity, as well as the various methods of processing, the production or manufacturing machine that uses electricity, and electric measurement instruments such as ammeters, voltmeters, and frequency meters.
Electronics deals with the development and application of devices that use the flow of electrons in gaseous and vacuum form in semiconductor media. In fact, electronics engineering evolved from electrical engineering, where the latter deals with the study of electricity, power generation and electromagnetism and the former deals with the study of electrons. Electrons act as the crucial part in the manufacture of transistors, circuit boards and integrated chips. Electronics engineering is a broader field that deals with analog electronics, consumer electronics, embedded systems, digital electronics and power electronics.
EE students may learn about electrical machines, power systems, controls and instrumentation, power electronics and power systems operation and control.
EEE students may learn basic electronics subjects like semiconductor devices, solid state physics, linear electronics, embedded systems, digital electronics, advanced electronics and maybe a subject related to integrated circuits as well. Studies on devices with voltages higher than fifty volts are part of the electrical engineering course. If the device under consideration has voltage requirements less than fifty volts, it is said to be a part of the course of electronics engineering. Power electronics is the study of how semiconductors can be used for high voltage engineering, and it aims to bridge the gap between the two streams.
Electrical and electronics engineering is established where the course of electrical engineering is paired with a few main subjects of electronics engineering. This is done to help electrical engineers develop a greater understanding of subjects like digital and analog electronics, microprocessors, integrated circuits, networking, and signal processing. The foundation branch is electrical, although the electrical and computer engineering course is not exclusively electrical, and contains a few topics from the computer engineering section. While some businesses actively recruit electrical engineers, the majority of employers would accept electrical and electronics engineering graduates. Electrical engineering is the only choice on some exams, such as the Engineering Facilities Test (ESE), rather than electrical and electronics engineering. They have almost identical curricula. Because of future technologies, all of these streams must now operate together.