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A CMOS inverter has no static power consumption. When input is high, the Vsg across PMOS = 0; no PMOS drain current. When input is low, Vgs across NMOS =0 ; no NMOS drain current. In your case, there will be a continuous current draw until your outputs reach the supply rails. (its not really "static" though). Level shifters employ a cross (...)
yes here it is on page 31 Basso books talk of it too - - - Updated - - - also shown in ridley doc - - - Updated - - - yes so you can calculate your compensation pole frequency now...with 10uF and 5k1 it will be quite you havbe a low frequency zero in your
If you want all of those voltages from a single switch and single core you will see cross-regulation as an issue (one winner, N "also-rans"). If you are in it for amusement / education, then you can go ahead and play. If you are really looking to get a power solution for some other care-about, then I'd recommend maybe confine your design effo
RT6208 buck for the 12v output. In current mode forward, you need coupled inductors for good cross reg...but with your load difference, buck is best.............i find everywhere i work insist on loads of rails out of a single just doesnt work really.....unless they are all highly loaded all the time....evn then its not great and
The circuit doesn't work. Q1 is permanently turned on. Even with 5V supply, it's prone to cross-conduction.
Hi G_V, The DC static fields inside the capacitor should be similar to those of the transverse cross-section of the PPW mode. A lumped/wave port should excite both, but these also are a 50 Ohm impedance, so your device won't be quite a capacitor. If you need it to function as a capacitor, you need to integrate it with some sort of circuit.
Hi all I am currently doing a project to make a wireless sensor, which should have the following structure: 154714 My task is to connect the double split ring resonator (DSRR) and vector network analyser (VNA) wirelessly. DSRR is a microstrip resonator whose resonant frequency shifts if liquid is introduced to flow thro
Hi all I am currently doing a project to make a wireless sensor, which should have the following structure: 154709 My task is to connect the double split ring resonator (DSRR) to the vector network analyser (VNA) wirelessly. DSRR is a microstrip resonator, whose resonant frequency will change if liquid is introduced t
You connected the base of each BJT transistor directly to the other BJT collector, which is wrong. The DC bias of the cross-coupled VCO should look as in the schematic below:
Thanks. Is there a connector that has multiple coax signals in a group in a rectangular fashion? How bad is the digital array connector for RF signals? Noise, crosstalk... I mean for high level 1Vpp, not the antenna signals that are like -100dBm.
Hi Everyone, I am trying to simulate simple 1 turn coil to see the magnetic field created at the center of the coil on CST simulation tool. The steps I followed are as below; - I created a single turn coil which has 10cm diameter in low frequency domain. - Then I cut very small part of it, and added current path with 1Amp. - I select wire c
this explains how hysteresis works and why it is used while the discussion uses specific devices, the ideas apply to any comparator i'm an old fan of national semiconductor application notes i have always found them useful (these days they are hidden behind ti) www.mpu51.
Your colored hand sketched annotation of the drawing makes no sense, particularly the blue circle around a coupling slit. There's no tuning bolt in this position. Why don't you provide a readable cross section drawing of the resonator you are talking about? The LC circuit doesn't fit the cavity filter. Think about shunt LC resonators and ser
Clearly you are referring to datasheet of some other device. Please cross-check and confirm precisely which eeprom you are talking about. - - - Updated - - - Okay, I think I have located the variant you are using. - - - Updated - - - So back to my point, where are you
Hi I need to convert following mdl statement into spice format. export real tpCs = cross( sig=trim(sig=V(cs), from=2n, to=7n), dir='cross, thresh=(((v(cs)@ 2n) > (10*vdd/100)) ? ((100-10)*vdd/100) : 10*vdd/100))) Thanks
The PWM circuit makes no sense as drawn, please review. I guess the ?C PWM output should be controlling the switch, not feeding a switch terminal. It's necessary to analyze the exact low pass transfer function instead of assuming a theoretical "cross over" frequency. If there are PWM residuals left after the filter, the ADC should be synced with
When I try to zoom in order to see the layers of the device ,I tried to increase stop in options > display but it shows me a box with a cross on it.your help appreciated 154227 154228 154229
it's often easy to design an LNA circuit by doing impedance matching using "Smith chart utility" tool in ADS. In the layout simulation, due to parasitic introduced by the layout, the layout simulation will not correlate to the circuit simulation. Is there any commonly used method of establishing a correlation between circuit and EM simulation for t
hi, I want to implement the technique for obstacle finding , presented in the attached file. I don't have experience in signal processing. I need information regarding correlation. As described in paper ,echo pattern is per-stored for matching the received echoes. How reference patterns are determined? How reference pattern is correlated w
At first glance, it does not seem like an adequate solution; from the physical point of view, smaller motors would be less bulky and therefore would have less mechanical resistance. Keep in mind that there will be the same torsional force at any cross section of the arm. Moreover, in having more moving parts and more devices to be controlled, this