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a netlist is a textfile containing the description of components connection. component id , what is its value or name and the nodes its pins are connected. spice netlist is an input file where user writes them and use it for simulation. also used at the vlsi design where at the end of design phase the netslist is generated from layout an
Hi, how are the wires connected, shows a single green wire connecting to 8 reed switches. this is correct. It is like in your house. One wire coming from the grid goes to several switches in your house. Form the switches there are independet lines to the load(s). Klaus Btw: instead of connecting 8 MUXes to the 64 switc
didn't work on a breadboard at 2Hz, 3, 16, 32, 64, etc., up to 16.7kHz, and changing passive components to fit frequencies, until I connected the NOR gates as inverters See how this compares to an led chaser I experimented with in hardware recently. It has output pulses overlapping, like your diagram. Counter to normal
Could anyone help tell me what type/size components I need with this circuit diagram? 135212135211 I?m going to be using a pump as the motor rated at DC: 3.5-9v 1-3W and my power supply will be DC 8.4V 1.5A. What capacitor, diode, transistor and resistor do I need? Pin 9 will be connected to an Ard
connected how? Through power combiner? Both amplifiers fed by the sample input signal?
resent_n (perhaps a spelling mistake, reset_n?) : This signal, as per standard convention should denote a active LOW reset signal. Means this signal will do a reset of the components connected to it when it is driven to LOW/'0' state. tx_reset : As there is no "_n" here it denotes that the signal affects when it is in HIGH/"1" state. Again it is
Transceiver is a device that can be used for transmit and recieving of data. Thus, two components that do not have a tri-state output can be connected together and commmunicate without contention on a bus. If level translation is required since the two devices work at different power supply voltages, this must be done to prevent device damage. I
Hello, Attached is the circuit which I saw in a paper. Its a power on reset circuit. In the V to I section of the circuit the stability components Rz and Cz are connected between the supply VDD and the drain of pmos transistor PM7. * Why is that so ? * Is it not appropriate to connect them between tha gate of PM7 and drain of PM7 ? Wi
it would be interesting to see the LHS too..then we could see to where the controller FB pin is connected. It looks like a two transistor forward but I expect you knew that. I am looking for the feedback path to the controller but cant see it.
The "L" indentifier suggests that it's rather a common mode choke. The 5-pin IC could be an overvoltage suppressor, just a guess. To which pins of the USB connector are the signals connected?
..... Finally what is the difference between voltage and current source. Both are making current flow through the circuit. ....... In simple terms, in a voltage source, -- its magnitude is constant. --the magnitude of the current flow is determined by the components values connected in the circuit.
What are you wanting to protect? 1) OVP on each supply from line surges? - Then apply TVS or MOV direct to each PS at source with polyfuse in series. 2) OVP on signals on cables from EMI transients to prevent CMOS latchup? e.g. ESD - then apply TVS to signal and signal ground close to cable input. 3) ESD ground shift causing CMOS latchup? W
How to analyse the circuit below when M3 is connected from Vout to Vin ? I'm tempted to suggest you perform an AC and Transient analysis at some online simulator; the circuit is quite simple. Anyway, in adding some components close to M3, I would dare to say that could work as an AGC circuit, just a guess
Your previous posts suggest that you already know something about RF circuits. So I presume you know that RF components are connected by transmission lines, either cable or embedded in a PCB. Here you are asking about single ended ports, connected by coxial lines respectively PCB microstrip and striplines. They have a so-called (...)
I am trying to get s-parameters of simple LC-filter located at the micro-strip substrate while sweeping the length of the central strip. Photo Nr1 shows the circuit: just two ideal L & C components are connected in series with short MLIN and central strip. The length of MLIN is variable (VAR=L). For single values of the length (for example, L =
Use a thermistor (PTC) as temperature sensor and an opamp as comparator (with a potentiometer on the non-inverting input as reference voltage). Once temperature exceeds a value set with the potentiometer, the opamp's output will go low and can switch off a relay that is connected to your lamp. Simple circuit, $2 worth of components.
could I hook it up to my bench power supply and slowly turn up voltage and current to see how it performs You will surely burn the component to see that exceeded some specification, especially if it is not effectively connected to a sink. Semiconductor components as this do not have a body mass that absorbs he
That's probably a shield wire. It should be connected to chassis ground.
Hi, where can I purchase arm cortex (any one m0/m0+/m3..) development in Mumbai(or India)? which could be directly connected to usb something like stm32 discovery boards? Do distributor like arrow or av-net give individual boards or components to a individual? actually i am in a hurry so cannot go on farnell etc
Hi, I build some Momentum components and would like to use them in my ADS schematic simulation. However, I get an error saying that the Momentum component has n-pins, but my schematic has 0-pin. In my schematics, I just set up a S-parameter simulation like how I normally do, with 'terms' connected to the ports of the momentum component. I don