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Hi All would anyone be able to help me out, or point me in the right direction of some documentation for this, i have searched the web and read through xilinx documents but cant seem to find an answer: i have a project for targer XC9500 series CPLD, has top level shematic and a pin.ucf file. in order not to clutter up my only schematic i open
Hi all, I am interested in designing a sea clutter removal algorithm, I have no previous knowledge in signal processing. Can some one point me in the right direction and help me out what method to use and how to implement it?:?:
Try: "AT\n" ..? or possible "AT\r\n" This code should do the same as yours with less clutter: receive = UART1_Read(); switch( receive ){ case 'O': case 'K': LED2=1; break; case 'A': Buzzer=1; break; default: LED1=1; break; } You could try this too: switch( (r
Is there any way to disable signatures when reading such that one doesn't have to see them? I find that they just clutter the reading process. Or if such functionality could be added?
Colleagues, I?m doing placement of the component on the board. It?s a 4-layer board. Access to ground plane is available everywhere, so the rat's nest connections for the GND net only add to clutter and don?t really help with placement. I would like to hide connections for the GND node, or display them in a different color. I always do that
Dear all, How to find clutter factor in Young propagation model ??? regards sohail.
Hey all, I am working on a program to design a digital filter that would remove chaff clutter from the echo signal. I plan to design a MTI - Moving Target Indicator, by making use of chebyshev FIR high pass filter to filter out the low doppler shift produced by clutter as against the target which would have a relatively very high doppler shift.
Hi GMTI stands for Ground Moving Target indication. GMTI radar detects ground moving targets. It Uses a moving target?s Doppler radar return to distinguish it from surface clutter. This technique is also the basic principle used in MTI radar. Radar MTI may be specialized in terms of the type of clutter and environment: airborne MTI (AMTI), gr
The thicker line is a bus. It is used to avoid clutter in schematics. D0 is connected to every other D0 on the bus. RB0 is also connected to D0. And so on. /Ram
I think sockets is the best way. It's like a virtual port. Most languages have hooks into sockets. Setting environment variables would work but it is not very elegant. Environment variables are for important, enduring things like a programs or OS settings and such. I would not want to clutter it up. If you do use environment variables, clean up aft
the query needs to be more specific. depends upon the terrai, clutter, height.
Buses are used to consolidate a group of nets into one connection. This eliminates the potential clutter of many nets going from, or to, the same location in the design. 1.Click the Add Bus button. 2.Click to start the bus, click to add the corner and double-click to finish the shape. Tip: To remove the corner you just placed, press Backspac
nguyencamly, Here is a .xls CDMA 1x capacity calculator and a .xls that caculates composite Ec/Io with several interfering signals present. The coverage for any given cell will depend on what frequency is being used, the terrain and clutter involved and how clean the Ec/Io values really are. Here is the free space loss calculation: Pat
This is an excellent FREE units conversion program for engineers. From the author (Katmar Software): "Uconeer - the units conversion program created specifically for engineers. Uconeer has over 397 units arranged in 46 categories. However, we have excluded all the archaic and esoteric units that clutter the menus of the other programs. This
Sorry if this is posted to the wrong place .... (Have browsed the whole forum .. and don't known where to post this) ... This must be the place ...... ====================================== I have a problem in calibration of a radar system. The model for calibrating a radar system without Grass-clutter is M = R*S*T where, M = measured