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this formula is for RMS... can you drawing the output voltage? Hi Oops ! sorry yeah you're absolutely right i wanted to write RMS but my typo . Anyway , average formula is this : 1/T integral over Vs dt from zero up to firing angel . Good luck Goldsmith
Avalanche operation with zero bias is like mountaineering on the sea. Good luck! :smile: Besides specified bias, a suitable load, e.g. 50 ohm resistor (passive) or TIA (active), is required.
how to make a zero crossing detector circuit using 8051
Hi, all I want design a Return to zero optical link with variable duty cycle. I started it from 50% duty cycle. Following is my block diagram. Basically, I use a and gate to generate 50% duty cycle Return to zero(RZ) signal and use D flip flop to recover the signal to Non-Return-zero.
yaa....but look at this are decleared capital J and u r using using small j....where small j will get zero values or junk values....ok Good luck
hey u means ∂^2 π=0 na? then well i dont know the exect derivation but del= partial derivatives... and the pie is a if u go for double derivatives of pie it will be zero only.. that was as per the best of my knowledge... best luck..
Hi all i need a code for zero forcing algorithm to supress interference plz help Thanks
Magnetic field outside a long solenoid can never be zero. Because a solenoid of finite length will have edges and field will come out. However, if we imagine a straigth solenoid of infonite length or a toroid, it will not have edges from where lines of force can come out. therefore field would be zero outside a toroid or a strigth solenoid of infil
Hi everyone, I am having trouble in creating an assembly drawing in P-CAD for my boards. I use my own created library, but when I try to define the assembly layer I cannot use the RefDes attribute (I already used it for the silk and P-CAD will only let me use it once). As I import the netlist for the board in Tango format, the only info I have
Hi, If you are talking about power line zero crossing, then have a look at microchip application note AN958, you will find the answer there. Good luck.
Here are some other examples of zero crossing detectors .. Regards, IanP
Give here ur VHDL example for weak zero. I will write equivalent verilog for that!
The descprepancy might originate from your hand calculation is not accurate enough: the Cgd of the input transistor is not easily calculated by hand. You should rely on the simulator to give you more precise number. A sanity check also reveals that the zero can not be at over 100GHz frequency. 40~50 GHz is a more reasonable number. Willy