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The loop is a bit misdrawn, and the scheme would require you to know the generator's internal voltage amplitude or the 10K resistor's current (which is not shown to be measured, nor the added series resistance of doing that). If your signal generator is the normal 50 ohms then what you measure at the 10Kohm resistor owes more to the (...)
Hi everyone, I need some help in identifying a component i found in the board. Its a 6-pin IC. It seems to be heart of my Industrial Timer. I am not able to collect any data about this whatsoever, nor can i find any datasheet... If any one can help me in finding this or something similar...could do huge favors. Plz revert here... I have also
Your picture doesn't give us any information. nor does your text. But I might guess that you've got off-grid objects.
Give me an idea to solve thisI am really puzzled trying to understand how someone expect to have some help without posting any code nor schematic diagram.
Hi I got cadence IC616 and MMSIM13 from and installed it successfully and also applyed the patch successfully but it does not have license.dat file neither in IC616/share/license nor in MMSIM13/share/license I request you pls share the license file or email me
Without further information, it's a pretty useless post. So far, you have written legal C code which can work in any C enviroment. But we neither know what writeMAX6955() does nor how the msg parameter is actually supplied in your program. I feel that the below Forum rules quote describes the information content of your post quite well [QUOT
Some gates invert their output. A dual input "OR" gate like a CD4071: with either or both inputs high, the output will be high. A dual input "nor" gate like a CD4001: with either or both inputs high, the output will be low. The difference is the nor inverts the output. There are also AND and NAND gates. You do not need a resistor to ground, (...)
There isn't any model for such circuits for neither ADS nor any.Its' characteristics are defined and you take it, use it.
1. Difference between qualitative and quantitive analysis? If we want to perform these for any electronics circuit qualitative: data are not calculated nor simulated nor measured; they are estimated - at best; quantitative analysis: data are calculated, simulated or measured. [QUOTE
The thread sounds confused. You are apparently reporting a violation of harmonic or spurious emission requirements ("radiation measurement"). It's neither related to receiver sensitivity nor transmitter output power, at least not directly. You did however not tell at which frequency the limit values have been exceeded. Neither information (...)
at first my answer is no, you can't. most tools require you to provide a list of buffers and invs, if you don't I doubt the tool will infer invs from nands/nors. We don't need to provide such info since tools can read cells and understand their attributes ( cell type, kinds, strength ...) automatically. Back t
hi every1 i have been trying to run cst solver through matlab, but it just wont work nor it shows any error. the following code is being used: Solver=invoke(mws,'Solver'); Solver.invoke('Method','Hexahedral'); Solver.invoke('CalculationType','TD-S'); Solver.invoke('StimulationPort','All'); Solver.invoke('StimulationMode','All'); Solver.inv
Hi, I don't think that one of the FFT belong to the top diagram signal. I can neither see signal amplitudes, nor frequencies, nor overtones. Klaus
Thanks. OK. Pulse frequency modulation, pulse width modulation, amplitude modulation, frequency modulation... -No expected reflections nor interference- What about the receivers for them ? Any links where to learn ?
There is not a model for the PIC18F97J60 for Proteus nor is there ever likely to be as it would be very expensive to produce. I hope that in the future that Labcenter will produce models for some of the newer processors, but I am not holding my breath. The best available PIC18F processor in Proteus is the PIC18LF47J53 this maybe good (...)
A HCMOS crystal oscillator is designed to drive digital circuits with high input impedance. It's rather intended to drive low R/high C loads, nor to achieve specific "analog" waveforms.
I was working on my project with logic, sequential and combinational ICs. And, wanted to test the 74LS10 3-input NAND gate and it wasn't working!! All other ICs are working, nor, 2-input NAND, counter, 555 timer. I've other 74LS10, if they all not working then I'd combine 2-input NAND and one AND gates to get 3-input NAND gate. I just w
i could not able to write in addr 2049, only 0-2048 addr is aces sable in ccs driver Good joke. How can a 2kx8 memory have addresses 2048 or 2049? Neither Standard EE24C16 nor FM24C16B has.
Hi, The answer you find in the datasheet. We don't know microcontroller type, nor it's periferals, nor it's supply voltage, not the load current at the IO.... So it is impossible for us to give a good answer. Klaus
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