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Hi all, I have a data signal D that should change value at random times throughput X CLK cycles. For example, during the first cycle, D would change value e.g. at 30% of the CLK period and e.g. 54% during the next CLK period, etc. Each CLK period would see D changing at random times throughout the entire X CLK cycles. I am guessing already th
The n region already has alot of electrons so i dont see the reason......If a photon frees an e- from p region, cant they just go out from that side? Is it because of the electric field from the depletion layer? But the depletion layer isnt throughout the whole length right, so what drives them? also, If a photon frees an e- n region, why dont t
It would be not you who are designing the SMPS but the tool, you are just entering specifications as input, anyway it is allways required to have a technical backgrond in order to be able to examine the solution presented, as well as to be able make minor adjusts when necessary. Based on the history of your issues throughout this forum, you seem to
The gain plot is attached. It is a microstrip patch antenna. It has a wide impedance bandwidth between 2 and 5 GHz but its gain at broadside is negative very much throughout the bandwidth. I believe the low gain may be due to substrate edge diffraction. In which application can I use an antenna with such a gain plot? 127751[/AT
coates claimed 3.5 ?H leakage throughout this thread, unfortunately the number doesn't fit the observations of burned snubber resistor. But we didn't yet see an actual snubber circuit with component values. Of course it's possible to get much more than leakage inductance energy by choosing unsuitable values. Also, can we be sure about correct secon
Begin with the basics. Do you mean switch, like an RF / analog switch, where you already have the drivers and the summing point and only want to steer, or do you mean switch for two digital lines that acts like a logic multiplexer? Fundamental topology choices. Is this a 100-ohm differential system throughout, or are you intending to also transfor
The current in a DC loop is constant throughout so it makes no difference to the voltage you measure across the shunt if it is 'top' or 'bottom' connected but you may find one is better than the other in terms of the voltage with respect to other things. For example, if your circuit passes 100A from a 100V supply, measuring a few mV drop across a
set_driving_cell is used to define the Input port transition time, which will be same throughout the PD flow.
static tells the C Compiler that the variable will have lifespan throughout, until the program ends. extern tells the C Compiler that the variable or function is defined in another source file.
I think if the output stage is ensured to remain in triode region throughout its operating range, then the distortion will be less. I'm sure you thought of saturation region ? ... if we drive the output stage into linear I think that the signal will be distorted at it'
I seen a finished layout design that has various different impedance values on different layers. top layer has impedance different than bottom and also inner. They are all different. I always though match impedance means maintaining impedance throughout top to bottom layer. Obviously this is not the case from that example design.
Do you want to know the Electrochemical impedance of the battery to model it throughout the SOC cycle?
THe Distribution transformer uses one centre-tapped phase to supply 240Vac in North America called Line 1, Line 2 and tap is Neutral. Thus outlets are all L1+N or L2+N with safety ground. Thus every 2nd breaker taps L1 or L2 and goes throughout the home. Electric Stoves get L1+L2 for main oven heaters and only use L+ N for stove top to elim
I want to know how you would compensate for manufacturing drift/tolerance in mass production? It is possible identify some components at the bottom side of the drawing, like pads shunt distributed throughout the structure, which can be used for a calibration during assembly time.
You can refer any material on the net for this. Basically signal is global(throughout the architecture) while variable is local to the process it is defined in.
I don't see that VHDL 2008 provides a means to "copy" constraints by a signal or variable assignment as assumed in your code. I don't think that the syntax will be accepted by VHDL 2008. On the other side, there's a well established method to set the range of internal procedure variables by attributes, which is used e.g. throughout IEEE package
If you haven't, look at this first depends on your settings and the compiler on how the nets and the buses and named and carried throughout. Verify your hierarchy and rules.
I thought I would start to share my project that I am currently working on, Well it?s in the initial stage of design/testing .There is a group of us that play around with RC cars and throughout the day we use each others glow plug/rotary starters depending on who?s goes flat first so I got this idea to make one so that it runs of a 12V battery a
Hii,, I need a source code for msp430 to communicate with TRF7960.Please help me throughout this,, Thanku
Looks like it doesn't. Is that quite common throughout DSOs that they do not have XY mode, like analogue scopes do?