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Hi, Can anybody please explain me what this LTE tolerance actually is? and why it is happening? Cadence Spectre Warning says - "LTE tolerance was temporarily relaxed to step over a discontinuity in the signal" and, how can I set command-line option during spectre simulation? Cadence Spectre Warning says - "Detected possibl
Do I need to calculate CRC for each line? It's up to your fault tolerance, and the quality of electrical connections and signal integrity If it is available, why not to take advantage of that ?
I have designed a pcb which has a footprint of TO92-3 and was planned to use LM385Z which has 1% initial tolerance. Is there any other reference which has TO92-3 package with tight initial tolerance.
Input - 230Vac (15% tolerance), 50 Hz Output- 24V, 0.5A Device used- NCP1014AP06 (in built MOSFET of 700V & controller 65 KHz freq.) want to know ceramic or film capacitor to be used for clamp & for snubber. Here I am concerned with clamp now (for NCP1014AP06) but also want to know capacitor type for snubber. Flyback topology used with
Hello, These E type capacitors are said to have a tolerance of ?+/-10%? as well as ?+10%/-30%?. Do you know which it is? E type capacitor datasheet:
Hi, * a microcontroller would be much easier hardware...and more flexible * a stepper has no defined starting point, therefore a tolerance of +/- 1/2 cycle is expectable * a stepper usually needs to ramp up and ramp down speed Klaus
I believe it's a senseless question. Frequency tolerance of the generated signal depends exclusively on the initial accuracy, temperature drift and aging of the utilized crystal or reference oscillator. Allowed frequency variation is commanded by the application and in part by regulations like ETSI or FCC.
1. Is it measures the opamp offset voltage? 2. Resistor 100E is 0.01% tolerance FOIL type used. What is the purpose of it. Why excitation current is to be measured?
PLL capabilities of Cyclone II are in fact limited compared to newer types, one restriction is that PLLs can only be clocked by it's assigned dedicated clock input. But VGA monitors have typically some tolerance in frequency, you might try the nearest achievable frequency instead.
hi in this bridge (3rd diagram) do both the 27R resistors need to be better 25R? Also can the 51R be 50R? Will it be more "accurate" then with the above changes? The 51 Ohm resistor could well be 50 Ohms anyway. a 10% tolerance is likely to vary from at least 45 to 55 Ohms anyway so you are not likely
Checking previous and present voltages in the analog part is a bit problematic I think, at best it's not a good practice. You can do @cross(V(p,n)-v_previous, 0) event and set everything in this event depending on the direction output is going. This way you can actually control the time and voltage tolerance. What you're missing is probably the
Dear All, Please clarify my doubts: 1. Is there any relation between TEM Vs TE modes with respect to attenuation and frequency? 2. Is Tight tolerance (fabrication) at Very high frequency a disadvantage of planar transmission line? If we design a component @ 90GHz, in which of the following real time fabrication is difficult? plz explain
and you probably also forgot about the tolerance variations of your resistors 1.736 compared to 1.79 is not a huge difference ADS will be assuming perfect (ideal) 10 Ohm and 470 Ohm resistors Dave
I am not sure about the tolerances for the voltage ratings for electrolytic capacitors. ???? Maximum ratings have no tolerance by nature. The capacitor might have an additional surge voltage specification, e.g. +10 %. Read the datasheet. But that's not a tolerance. Most 230V operated instruments with direct rectifier use 350V
Run from process minimum to absurdly long, and look for where the (say) IDsat vs 1/L curve breaks away from linear (pick a tolerance).
HI guys, I have studies CDR for a several weeks and have read some paper. I am confused about CDR's specifications or index. In the end of paper, some papers talk about jitter tolerance(JTOL), and somes discuss about recovery data jitter and recovery clock jitter. I wanna to ask what is the relationship between JTOL and recovery data jitter and
Hello, For the VTM48? power module, what is the tolerance on the PC pin voltage during fault? The VTM48? datasheet, on page 3 says that PC pin goes to ?2.5V? during fault. But what is the tolerance on this voltage? VTM48? power module datasheet
The resistor value have tolerance and further changes to temperature
It's always good to get 3 quotes and compare tolerance capability to spec. I know a great tooling design fabricator and 3D plastic printer, heatsink fabricator using water flow thru copper sponge in Scarborough, but all my sheet metal guys were in Winnipeg.
1./ The manufacturer don't provide the BOM, so I don't have part number for all those small passive components. How to decide which one to use in terms of tolerance, X5R/X7R, Voltage, package ? Look at the component and ask the question: what will happen if the component is replaced with another with a different tolerance? In o