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Hi all! I'm going to implement the project. I'm using syn0psys. I have some questions. 1. What order of DFT and BSD insertion is correct? - DFT ==> BSD, then the generated BSD logic will be unscannable, which will inevitably reduce the test coverage; - BSD ==> DFT, then the scan chains will cover all the logic, including BSR + TAP, howeve
If I switch out an M1 layer with M10 this will reduce the delay since R is less for higher M. But how does this affect power consumption provided there are no adjacent interconnects (No interwire capacitance). The self capacitance is higher , so does that mean M10 consumes more power than M1?
You are perhaps with a high RC time constant at the Reset pin. Try to reduce it to the minimal possible, OR As you said, invert the logic that control this pin ( keep in mind that in the 51 architecture most I/Os has built-in pullup resistors)
Hi Generally we go for matching to reduce the effects like stress and thermal gradient but how can i decide that which matching is best and how the layout effects are cancel each other ?
I want to count down from 7FF (Hex) to 000. I wonder if I have to type every single number or there is a simple way! I think you could use the PULSE function. Here's an example for 12 bit. For counting down from 0x7FF to 000 you'd have to reduce it to 11 Bits and may be change the bit order.
Generally if the code exceeds the memory limit. You get this error. You can reduce the code size and verify if it goes off.
Are you using a BAV20 diode for D4? There are specific guidelines for connection and layout to the V pin: In order to reduce the no-load input power of TOP264-271 designs, the V pin operates at very low currents. This requires careful layout considerations when designing the PCB to avoid noise coupling. Traces and com
program was working but one letter after next letter moving is not continuously not moving some No video, not clear, no effective help. Anyway, considering that the linked code was abusing on the use of delay functions, did you even try to reduce its value ?
Different implementation methods for thermal vias have their pros and cons, see this recent thread: Solder paste patterns are used to reduce the solder amount for large pads. In the present design, it looks like the QFN pads get potentially too much solder (paste pad reduction may be suitable) and the
Hi, First you need to reduce your code to the minimum. The start to implement your first task. Debug it, make it run. Then start to inplement the next task (only if the previous running as desired) If you encounter a problem, then give detailed description. Post the code, tell us what you expect it to do, and tell us what happens instead. Klaus
I do not design opamps, I just select one and use it. When you learn about opamps you will see that they have a very high voltage gain of 100,000 to 1 million without negative feedback and an output resistance of maybe 75 ohms. Then when negative feedback is added to reduce the gain and reduce distortion the output impedance becomes extremely low.
You certainly do not want to reduce the battery 'wattage'. What you need to do is limit the current the LEDs draw from it. As already stated, the easiest way if you are not familiar with electronics is to use a series resistor. The value (measured in Ohms) should be: (battery voltage - LED voltage) / LED current and the resistors power rating (m
Are you sure it is not another way around? For vertically polarized patch you can change horizontal beam width (the wider the patch the narrower the beamwidth) and can not change vertical beamwidth. To reduce further vertical bemwidth you need to make array of two patches - one on top of another.
Your simulation uses a pre run time to achieve steady state, you didn't mention this fact and hide the simulation command. Unfortunately the simulator chooses a larger automatic time step to reduce simulation time. Try with a maximum time step of 1ns or so.
It's not impossible to use a PTC for the intended purpose, but its parameters must be matched to coil current and activation time. The choosen type is simply unsuited, looking at the operation time curve in data sheet clarifies why. You should however consider that a suitable PTC protection device will also reduce the coil current by some amount
You cannot do it directly but you may reduce the input voltage of this regulator ( mV uV range ) to a reasonable level then the task is easier. It will consists of simple CV/CC adjustable regulator.Look at in order to find a proper element ..
pls .. I need some one help me by sent to me code in any method like genetic algorithm or any method to object reduce power loss in radial system .. the topic .. optimal placement and sizing distribution generation .. thanks .
I have seen something like this in the past, and it was due to noise getting back into the ramp generator. Its the same identical ramp that is supposed to drive both alternate cycles steered by a flip flop. A quick and dirty fix is to reduce the resistance of the timing resistor, and increase the value of the timing capacitor by the same amount
I want to train my support vector machine to classify human vs non human using matlab. In training phase am getting a large feature vector matrix around 1*335214 for a single human image. Is there a way to reduce the feature vector size or to select the location of human alone?
Hi everyone~ I've designed a fully differential op amp but my common-mode gain is large how could I change the parameter to decrease my ACM to -20dB at DC Thanks for the reply.. below is my hspice code .subckt op vdd vss vip vin vop von vcm clk M1 3 vip 1 vss n_18 W=20u L=1.5u m=