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Hi, Anyone has any repair experience with VMI high voltage power supplies? Standard models are 40KV and 50KV with about 100-200 uA. These units are sealed with a dark gray color stuff I don't know what is it. I guess it is some good quality silicon insulator. Anyone knows the exact name of this stuff for ordering purpose (...)
Please suggest me a matlab code to find the best cell in a cell network with 19 hexagonal cells, each having 3 sectors and 4 small cell(pico cell) base stations are in one sector. The cell selection methods are Reference Signal Received power(RSRP) and Reference Signal Received quality(RSRQ).
You don't need 10 samples for a product pre-selection. One should give you an idea of the basic quality and performance. Similar about statistics. It's O.K. if the power quality parameters show sufficient margin to minimum requirements. Continuous product quality is a different matter. It needs to be (...)
Hi All , I have a help request for the signal return current path we know it need a least impedance path for return path so a GND just below the Microstrip line works as its return path ,but when it is a power Plane having relevant power of the signal does it affect the signal quality and how it return (...)
The graph has no bearing on PWM requirements for quality. For this, PWM rate must much higher than signal freq. and for impedance control of power the carrier should be at least 10x the upper baseband signal.
hi! i am trying to make a 48V 600W power supply using SCR here's the block diagram for the project 125257 my problem is there is a very large current between the mains and the SCR bridge. it is more or less 100 amperes. any comments and suggestions would be very much appreciated the scr that i am using is 2N6404 and th
Hello, i Have a full-bridge to drive a dc motor. the problem i have is that during a Current level change, i can notice oscillation with frequency in range of 50-100 HZ in the load current (switching frequency is 40KHz). i guess the reason is the resonance between the Load inductance (12mH) and the bulk capacitor(3mF) which makes the resonance fr
Phase angle power controller would be easiest....lots of modules available fro just that application from people like Crydom?
The RC combination is an optional power supply filter, intended to remove switching noise or RF signals generated by other parts of the circuit. Dimensioning isn't critical at all, in case of doubt, you'll use a larger capcitor to imoprove the filter effect.
RE2507-NC is a high quality and versatile aluminum enclosure designed for dual channels stereo Hypex NC400 digital power amplifier.This enclosure can be fit in with 1xSMPS1200 + 2xNC400 or 2xSMPS400+2xNC400. There're top venting holes which will improve heat disappation sigficantily. Hypex NC400 is an excellent digital audio (...)
I need for my tests some good quality power supply. I have 12v 2amp, 3amp etc. and few boost converters. I recently found my old ATX power supply , Odeyssey 400watt ATX power supply (dated OCT 2005). I thought may be if I could repair it without much effort it is worth keeping as an additional (...)
Hi, what are "these phone type batteries"? Do you have technical data? i want to use these phone type batteries and get 3.3v 300mA , any recommendations for battery that has higher voltage than 3.3v since i will be using a LDO to get 3.3v regulated output. Using 9V batteries to generate 3.3V / 300mA with a LDO.... is wasting about
The relay array responds for about 80% of the consumption of the power supply, but the voltage that feeds the coil do not necessarily need to be of good quality. I believe that an option to consider is an isolated power source as you have found to feed the whole board, and for digital and analogical (...)
Figure of merit with respect to circuits determine the quality of the circuit designed.They determine the performance parameters of the circuit. Common figure of merits in a circuit include power dissipation, delay time, power delay product, surface area, number of devices used.
Hello, I have an idea which I would like to discuss with you. I wanted to clean up the mains voltage of any waveform impurities, spikes etc. One could use a transformer and PSU to convert to DC and then feed this to a sinewave inverter, but I have thought of another way. Two motors from a microwave oven blowers (brushless moving magnet) will be co
i am new to dielectric resonator filters. Can please anyone help me with the feed and the excitation postion for dielectric resonator in FHSS. i even seen the tutorials of HFSS but they didnt explained about the excitation position and feed. and please help me to find the quality factor and (...)
Looking at your schematic I presume that the power supply to the RTC is 5v and the backup is 3v (not 12 as shown)? You don't need external load capacitors but you have to make sure that the load capacitance of your crystal is 12.5pF - what is the load of your crystal. Where did you get your crystal from, those on E-bay are low quality (...)
I'm talking thousands or tens of thousands of volts with the added complication of possible nanosecond pulse durations. I'm just curious how you guys would go about getting an idea of relative output values. Here is my thought, please comment. I don't want to take a chance on burning out an oscope so I thought this might work. You could
Hi all, Due to a sudden change in design requirements with regards my circuit supply voltage I'm looking to change my voltage regulation on my circuit from the classic LM7805 linear voltage regulator to a switching/buck regulator. This is my first time attempting to use switching regulator so apologies if some bits of my post sound trivial. I
My objectif is to get the quality factor of a small antenna. First , i've to get the stored electric and magnetic energies around this structure. Second, i've to calculate the radiated power. For the stored energies, i've drawn a Chu sphere in HFSS (vacuum) which encompasses exactly the greatest dimension of the antenna (it is not a (...)