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Show a schematic as I don't understand what you are trying to test.
It also depends on what's connected to the parts you're testing.
What's next? Drill a hole into the chip and observe which memory cells are still working? Your test description is a bit vague, but you probably didn't consider the complexity of DDR RAM operation. After power on reset, the RAM controller performs a timing calibration sequence, writing and reading arbitrary data. With your intentional data line
The power supply current rating is mainly determined by how high the saturation current of the inductor under test is expected to be. Only you know that. The energy is delivered by the capacitor bank. Power supply current can be very low according to the duty cycle. Why not doing some basic calculations on your own? Consider t
Please take a look at this test I'm doing DC Analysis on the transistor to the left and transient analysis on the transistor to the right. I have fixed Vg to 1V and varies Vdd from 0 to 1V for DC analysis
At one stage, I had a lot of quality problems with these small cylindrical 32.768 kHz crystals for a project. The test below helped to identify possible suspect crystals. I applied a 1 Vp-p pulse train (at 1/2 the crystal frequency) as shown through a 1 pF capacitor over the crystal and monitored the response with a x100 scope probe. Using a nor
Hello...really appreciate someone can share me a circuit design that can electrically test and detect faulty capacitor (beside ESR meter or any capacitor meter). Using function generator and oscilloscope can be fine...thanks
So I made an oscillator. I put 300pF capacitor This looks like it should work okay. You should also test your other inductors, and make sure they give different values. I tried a similar method with a few inductors. I got the same value for all of them! I believe the capacitor dominated the oscillation frequency. It
As I understand, you are talking about a loss of one incoming phase. So you test each phase voltage, so any capacitor connected across the phases will not change the voltage. The reason for a loss of phase detector is because with electric motors, if a phase goes missing, if the motor is heavily loaded then it would burn out due to excessive curren
What is the real value of the capacitor, 10u or 10m? What is the intended purpose of the capacitor? (From the look of the schematic, it pulls pin 1 high briefly on power up.) Did you test to make sure it does its job? Does the capacitor need to be discharged after each use? Did you add a method to achieve this?
Obviously, there will be no inrush current without a respective load, e.g. output capacitors. The test setup will hardly show you any inrush effects with 10 k load resistance. I presume, the intended operation is dV/dt reduction by the miller capacitor. But 1 nF is unlikely a suitable value. The inrush current limitation doesn't work (...)
"Some", always. Question is "how much?". Intact ESD diodes ought to draw sub-nA (temperature dependent) but one that has already been abused, or a test escape, could pull more. You should calculate the leakage magnitude as Csample*dV/dt and see what kind of leakage it indicates. A circuit that depends on sub-pA leakages had better be designed an
Just for a blind test, had you already tried to ground some parts of the circuit ( housing, battery negative, etc ... ) at a reliable electric Earth ?
Trying to understand how the matching method is applied practically. You state to use no test equipment, also the antenna impedance will be unknown in the general case. The coax segment length is determined by trial and error (best S meter indication?). How about the capacitor value?
If you only want to test the high-side driver, you must tie the VS pin to ground and remove the high-side MOSFET (or put the load between its drain and +12V supply).
I am currently developing a test block for a mixed-signal design. The block is suposed to check if two signals differ more than a user-given tolerance. The signals to test are voltages stored in capacitors. The strategy previously adopted for this block was a switched circuit that charged a capacitor with the tolerance, then (...)
hii i write this verilog-a for variable capacitor and i test circuit in hspice but capacitor don't change While i expected capacitance change sinusoidal please help me `include "constants.vams" `include "disciplines.vams" module vccap(Cp, Cn, Vp, Vn); input Vp, Vn; inout Cp, Cn; electrical Cp, Cn, Vp, Vn;
Basic debug is verify all DC and gnd and no unterminated inputs on CMOS. Was it ever exposed to ESD during assembly, test? Then probe logic levels on all pins including clock, which may be Near Vcc/2 on output if no scope.
I need to do some high temp testing on a number of capacitors. I want to know the parameters I need to test before during and after the high temp test. The temp will be around 125C in an oven. I assume I should power the caps at their rated voltage ont sure whether I should use AC or DC. I will measure the ESR at room (...)
If the capacitor is continuously buzzing, assuming this is a continuity test, then it means that the capacitor is a short.