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Hi, I have a spice file like this: **test inverter .TEMP 110 **Use high temperature to simulate worst case delay and leakage power .OPTION + ARTIST=2 + INGOLD=2 + MEASOUT=1 + PARHIER=LOCAL + PSF=2 + POST .inc '/home/**/' ** I've hid the
Hi, I'm trying to measure the delay in hspice for an inverter by using .measure command. **test inverter .TEMP 110 **Use high temperature to simulate worst case delay and leakage power .OPTION + ARTIST=2 + INGOLD=2 + MEASOUT=1 + PARHIER=LOCAL + PSF=2 + P
The graph shows its typical reverse leakage current at 125 degrees C with <1V is more than 10uA but less than 20uA. Does it matter since you do not know the maximum leakage current unless you buy thousands of them and test them all. EDIT: The numbers are corrected.
Hi All, For measurements on a dual-band 2.4/5GHz WiFi antenna (printed IFA), we guess there are somewhat leakage current on the outer conductor of test cable connecting to the antenna under test. Could you please recommend some parts like ferrite and balun module (two ports) with SMA connectors? Thank you so much. Best regards,
Page 10 of ADP specs seem to indicate you are operating beyond safe limits. The problem is likely due to leakage capacitance in the isolation.
I want ask if there is some leakage current from ESD protection? I have a circuit, which is designed to use capacitor to hold the sampling voltage. But after sampling, the voltage drops quickly. Which means some current must go some path to ground to discharge the capacitor. I have already check my circuit, the only reason thing I found may be the
leakage is a practical test condition defined for the reverse polarity in diodes or Vgs=0 Ids in Mosfets or DC bias in e-caps or V=-5V in LEDs. It does not apply in the conduction mode.
Usually the relevant inductance of a series resonant converter is the transformer leakage inductance plus some wiring inductance. It's almost stable, but maybe you measured it incorrectly? A series resonant converter has low Q and shouldn't be too sensitive to resonance frequency deviations of 5 or 10 percent. Typically it's only tuned once during
Hi guys, For this part: It mentions zero reverse recovery voltage and zero recovery voltage. Am I right in saying, that normally a diode when switched in the reverse condition, the diode normally conducts in the other
That all depends on the model fidelity, and the completeness of your expression of layout parasitics and such. There is a good chance that models fail to accurately model leakage (especially if you are expecting digital "corner" models to do an analog job). And your real part on a real eval board or test jig, is subject to externalities you may
Where is your design layout and S11, S22 test results? It appears stray leakage is affecting results and finger dielectric shunts low levels to ground depending on standing wave position.
Hi, For a reliable solution you should disconnect the capacitor from any other circuitry. Else the circuitry may cause error in ohm reading. Mind to discharge the capacitor before disconnecting it from circuitry / before touching it or connecting it to measurement device.. The stored energy may hurt you and/or the measurement device. Btw. Your m
as long as you can make it rugged to withstand shock and vibration, temperature drift or thermal gradients and stray leakage and effects on tuning... phase noise, frequency drift often require rugged protection, so it depends on test results with your design specs. - - - Updated - - - I might suggest a fold
Not an IDDQ expert, but if the voltage changes then the leakage current through the part would be different (V=IR). If the IDDQ test is automated, then perhaps the acceptable limits to detect problems would no longer be valid, leading to either undetected problems or non-problems being flagged.
How do you check and test Diode leakage? in circuit test? and out of circuit test? How do you check and test transistor leakage? in circuit test? and out of circuit test?
Hello, I need to measure the leakage current of an embedded board under test (DUT). The DUT is powered by a custom voltage generator board that supply a voltage in the range V. The voltage generator must measure both current and voltage, like a SMU. I'm looking for advice about the current sensing. The voltage is sensed at the load and
You try supply VBAT power mode. After that you use command "AT+CGPSOUT=0" and this time,you use 2 pin GPS_TXD & GPS_RXD. Now, SIM wili leakage of the signal will and send to continous. You may be use Terminal and Comport uart to receive on PC to testing
During the iddq, the test is to measure the current on the digital supply. The scan chain are used to shift in a certain state to stimulate the leakage measurement.
From ESD stress test on inputs I recall that one indication is a higher leakage current if the input cicuit was stressed too much. Enjoy your design work!
Hello is available test development kit onlinethat i can buy? Where i can use to teach my students on test devlopment from scratch? From continuity adc dac leakage and the likes?