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My mains voltage is always stable and never changes. nobody here has ever seen or used a voltage stabilizer. What is wrong with your mains electricity for it to need additional voltage stabilizers? Why is it not fixed?
Why are you worrying about such low distortion that nobody can hear? Maybe you can hear distortion as low as -60dB but probably not lower.
Why this doesn't work or can this work ? I didn't find a topic related to motors and generators and hence I am asking the question here. The thread can be moved to proper topic. I haven't worked with motors and generators but I have a doubt. I don't remember much of AC and DC machine theory. I have asked many but nobody has given an answer to
Kind of an emergency situation here. I am with a band and the power supply to the electric keyboard died last night. They have a gig tonight and nobody sells replacement power supplies locally. I am wondering if we can find another 12VDC 3.5A source (assuming unswitched) if that will work with the keyboard or if there is risk of damaging the k
Hello friends, I am open this thread nobody help me, I have a bus pirate v3.6 but I am noob this type of things, I am the hardware guy. I am examine the MN101EF31G Lsi User Manual (datasheet) and I confused the understanding register table. Some bits are "reserved = always set 0" I am understand
Searching quite a bit for the manufacturers specification would have revealed that these are industry standard 10-turn potentiometers. Of course nobody can tell about the state of a used product. I also don't know about the general quality of the chinese manufacturer. The price is nice.
nobody talked about Spartan 6 before. What is it, a simulation program used by hardly anybody? Or is it a micro-controller? A speaker must be driven with a power amplifier.
Maybe someone should point to an article describing that nobody bothers with Karnaugh diagrams when they can just use a synthesis tool to map the logic function onto the primitives at hand. I am all for some theoretical insight, but they (the learning institute) would do better to flush the time spent on Karnaugh diagrams into lets say linear algeb
Hello, I am trying to implement an I2C interface. SCL and SDA signals are on high('b1) state if in stop/inactive state. How can i model the same? Later if i want to drive 'b0 or 'b1 from the driver, it should not throw error. And if i am not driving any value, it should go back to high('b1) state Please explain what is 'pullup" premitive a
nobody can tell without seeing the code. No attached file.
nobody can guess at the idle current of an amplifier from its photo. Its output power is only 100W so it could easily draw more than 100W at idle with a class-A output. The sales sheet keeps talking about VALVES that had a very high idle current. Its manual says it can be set to produce spongy class-A type of sounds or tight class-AB type of sound
nobody uses conformal for FPGA designs. It is used only for ASIC designs. Why would you want to do that anyways? Just get the design on a FPGA and start validating it...
i have asked this question before in this forum but get no reply nobody answers because nobody knows what your colleagues have measured, in which order. Why don't you ask the people who did the measurements?
As nobody answered, MPLAB ceased development over a year ago at version 8.92. MPLABX is it's replacement and is still the current release of IDE. Unlike 8.92 which is for Windows only, MPLABX is cross platform. Within MPLABX you can install almost any compiler you want but the best ones for continued support from Microchip are the ones they prod
A purely historical question, nobody makes NMOS (or PMOS) only ICs these days. The answer should become obvious with a brief review of logic family design principles. NMOS and PMOS are using load resistors which involve permanent quiescent currenr, CMOS doesn't.
nobody will be able to tell you without also seeing the schematic. We can't tell what the operations on the pin levels do without knowing what produces those levels and that means the external circuitry. Brian.
Hello! No, nobody will do your homework. If you write something, post the code, and ask for a specific explanation / advice, that would be another story. Beside this, you don't specify which glcd. Dora.
nobody uses 1MHz wide AM. Are you talking about something like 64-QAM ?
nobody makes an amplifier like that except a teacher. Is this homework? The common-gate FET is not needed and the common-emitter transistor has no negative feedback so its output will be extremely distorted.
All depends on so called power density or flux. It is how much power is dissipated on certain surface. Sun light has flux of 1400W/m^2 or 1.4mW/mm^2 it means that in eye through pupil can pass max 4mW or less and for known reasons nobody looks at sun directly. Sun light focused through convex lens can burn. Through lens with diameter of 5cm passes