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Yes, something like that. Earthing and "potential equalization" between PE line and water pipes is strictly regulated in electrical safety standards. There shouldn't be particularly a separate grounding spike rather than sufficient potential equalization. E.g. all potentially isolating parts in the water installation must be bypassed. The water hea
Connection of a single-pole switch to live wire will be usually required by national regulations (respectively disconnection of neutral by a single-pole switch interdicted), e.g. DIN VDE 0100-460 in Germany. I presume there's a similar UK standard. nevertheless, the rule should be considered only as a supplemental safety measure, nothing you can
The "virtual ground generator" would mainly provide the difference between MAX038 positive and negative supply + signal amplifier output current. So it can basically work. nevertheless it's a bad power supply design that should be replaced by something more state-of-the-art. It's a sufficient reason against it that it will make fault diagnostic
why do we need a current conveyor? the current can also be directly given to a circuit as an input, why then we use the CC block? I don`t understand the second line of your question. nevertheless, here is my answer to the first part: A CC is an active circuit like opamp, Current-feedback amplifier (CFA) and OTA. As suc
I doubt there can be significant intensity modulation of an incandescent lamp at 500 Hz PWM, and it's about to impossible at kHz frequency. More likely, there's some kind of electrical crosstalk in your circuit. nevertheless, if you want clean DC current, you can go either for linear regulator (requires a certain heatsink size) or a buck convert
Serial GSM modems like TC35 are controlled by simple AT commands, thus you can take talk to it with any programmable device that exposes a serial interface, using any programming language of your choice. nevertheless there are AT command or GSM libraries for various devices that do the low level work for you, but they aren't specific to TC35. E
My compilation is succesfull but the fitter report shows zero registers utilised. This is an absurd. This is just a fact. Your design doesn't define any registers. I'm not sure if you know what a register is? It's a DFF in constrast to combinational logic. You'll need a clock edge sensitive always block to infer registers, or equiv
Some things should be fixed in the code, but a gated clock can't be seen. If the warning really belongs to this piece of code, the gated clock is outside the code snippet, in the place where CLK is generated. To be fair, at least the state variable is properly registered now, so the code has a chance to run in FPGA hardware (despite of the s
Generally speaking, it's not possible without a dedicated PLL block which includes an analog VCO. There are nevertheless ways to implement a kind of PLL in pure digital logic, I guess it win't fit xc9572
There is no reply for that kind of question. It looks like a troll aimed at starting a flame war. Well, there is no reply, or there are as many replies as there are processor kinds. To me, it looks like a serious but naive question. nevertheless I share your viewpoints. Two points in addition: Some of the requested features are
Bending forces with mouse bite perforation are low. You should nevertheless avoid MLCC near and oriented towards the cutting line.
Overtone crystals have a special cut that promote oscillations at the overtone and inhibit it at the fundamental. They are also tuned to a specified overtone frequency, which is usually slightly different from an integer multiple of the fundamental. nevertheless should it be usually possible to make a regular fundamental crystal work at an overt
The torque generating current of a DC motor is a DC current (average) not a RMS quantity. So the primary means to get a stable measurement would be an analog low-pass filter. A fast overcurrent information might be nevertheless interesting for stall detection. But according to your schematic, you already a filtering in ms range, so you won't ru
Dear All, I would like to excite the wire using current source in HFSS... the wire is cylinrical and its radius is 1 mm... length is 25 cm... my opearing frequency is 900mhz - 2000 mhz... In picture you can see the excitation... 96534 Also my HFSS design in atached file.. simulaion starts, nevertheless there is no
I don't guess about measuring artefacts without seeing the actual setup. I presume, you see the current peak at transistor turn-on? If the diode is a schottky as claimed in the schematic, there won't be a large reverse recovery peak, a few A might be observed nevertheless. A slow standard diode can actually show a tens of A snap-off current peak
In the present example (in post #3), there's no effect of using non-blocking versus blocking assignments. nevertheless you should follow the known coding rules (e.g. discussed in the Sunburst paper linked in post #2), because it might matter in other cases.
You are right FVM nevertheless is it possible to simulate the spike of inductive load by some softwares? is there any design kit for ADS to simulate such issue ?
1. I think, the times when discrete FETs promised an advantage over monolithic OPs for high performance amplifiers are over for 30 years or so. nevertheless you can get a few suitable devices, for replacement and special designs, e.g. 2. I guess you are asking about monolithic differential pairs? Tw
Look sharp. pjmelect talks about loading the code into MPLAB, then changing fuses, finally programming it to the PIC. nevertheless, the programmer can overwrite parts of the code, e.g. the fuses.
Ok, I thought you were in Europe due to your profile location... nevertheless, you can contact the Cadence Academic Network and try and reach an agreement with them. Probably other vendors should have similar programs too... As for my personal opinion, I can only talk a li