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I have a simply question. For DC power supply, can the general 0402/0603 ceramic capacitor be used for bypass capacitor? Thanks.
In all modern equipments smd ceramic capacitors r used. If we need to replace or check smd ceramic capacitor, then how to find it's original value? This is because many times we don't hv schematics.
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should i use ceramic , mylor or electrolyte .1uf for pic micro? which one is better? i have all
Hi, I am using a 4.7nF ceramic capacitor in my board. If i test 10 boards, 2 boards are not properly working. After changing the capacitor with the newer one, this issue has fixed. I suspect that as 4.7nF capacitor contains very thin plate at it terminal, the over heating during soldering leads to the (...)
Dear Al members and senior engineers, I have soldered few smd ceramic capacitor on my board (0603), And i though of testing them by using a multimeter. Unfortunately the multimeter cant check the capacitance and so i turned the wheel to buzzer sound positing. And i went on checking the leads of all the capacitors, on some (...)
capacitors can cause noise with DC bias. Let your circuit sit for a long time before measuring it. NPO ceramic and mica and plastic dielectric types have the best performance in this area.
Try to connect RF choke (inductor) in series with 3R3 resitor and 100nF ceramic cap between PS (+) and (-) terminals .. Start with 1?H, if it is not enough, increase the choke's inductance to, say, 10?H or whatever value you can get your hands on .. Regards, IanP
Typically the large capacitor ( electrolytic, etc.) is used to reduce power supply ripple or low frequency components. The smaller capacitor is usually a ceramic or other high-frequency type to reduce digital and high frequency noise. The smaller capacitor is physically placed near sensitive components while the larger (...)
It is against the law and it is immoral to spy. The circuit you found is horrible and is very old. Where would you find a ceramic microphone today???. Use an electret microphone and a preamp for it then the preamp feeds an earphones amp.
Hi guys, Thanks for your reply. I check on Digikey, some of the Caps, mainly the TANT caps do specify ESR but not on the ceramic caps. Although ceramic caps have low ESR value but what value should we take when it comes to a calculation for a switching converter design which does take the ESR as one of the parameters? Regards, Eric
The datasheet says For the timing capacitor, CT, use NPO ceramic, Teflon?, or polystyrene. I think, polypropylene will also do.
You will find many sources of noise when you test the design with various signals. First ensure you eliminate sources of noise you can control then worry about dithering LSB noise, unless you are dealing with repetitive waveforms. 1. Consider the cross-talk of conducted ground noise between digital and analog grounds. Any shift of the reference v
High voltage capacitors probably ceramic. 1 nF is the value for the capacitance ( 1 nano Farads) 5 Kv the voltage that their are capable of withstand (5000volts). Are you talking about a Ham radio antenna tunner ?
If you can prove that your transducer delivers more output at 130.5 kHz, stay there. Transducer resonance is defined by the ceramic material and thickness. Also a load pulls the frequency. The best way to tune up your ultrasound generator is to use a test microphone (new MEMS microphones may have some response at 130 kHz), connect it to an oscillo
I try to use ISD1700 like this datasheet in page 16. I want to use with microphone . I use Rosc pin 20 = 100k(ohm) . All capacitor ceramic = 0.1uF. All capacitor electrolite = 4.7uF 25V. I don't use pin 2,3,