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• Today, 15:45
It’s not just the clock speed that’s important. Are the clocks SYNCHRONOUS or ASYNCHRONOUS to each other? Asynchronous FIFOs are more complex.
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• Today, 15:43
Assume rectangular pulse as clock. Cin is different for low level, high level, rising edge and falling edge. What Cin do you want to evaluate ? ...
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• Today, 15:37
Hi, I know what you mean. Just to be more exact: * DC means infinite time. * If time is finite ... better talk about a "pulse" And...
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• Today, 15:34
Dear Pancho, Yes I am using the Spectre, I don't want to simulate the capacitance for a specific time, rather than simply the input capacitance
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• Today, 15:29
Dear Pancho, Thank you very much for your nice links, referring to your statment ''Or enclose ac analysis statement by sweep statement in...
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• Today, 15:09
Transient signal has no meaning in AC analysis. I assume you use Cadence Spectre. If you would like to evaluate AC capacitance at specific time...
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• Today, 15:07
Here is my overview of transformers in general that might help. Online resources are actually quite poor in my opinion at covering some of this. ...
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• Today, 14:58
Hi, YES, but only theoretically with an infinite big core. NO, for real transformers. The bigger the core, the lower the frequency you may...
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• Today, 14:51
Dear friends, Thank you for your reply, after looking to the discussion between simulating the input capacitance from ac or transient I saw...
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• Today, 14:00
the object is a microstrip cavity and under the cavity a very thin substrate will be placed(height=0.1 mm) so it is a planar structure. I used...
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• Today, 13:51
@betwixt and @FvM, thanks for the answers! I'm sorry for the late reply. I decided to apply several solutions: 1) Make insulating gaps...
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• Today, 13:41
So a big transformer core that is saturated less easily, would allow DC to pass from the primary to the secondary? That's really new to me, if I...
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• Today, 12:24
Dear my friends, I have a EP4C10 FPGA (Cyclone IV). It is open (no lock bit set). I want to readback the firmware but i can not use examine...
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• Today, 12:14
Presumably also, if its an input stage to an isolated SMPS, and the oputput of the SMPS is earthed, then that also bypasses the input filter common...
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• Today, 12:04
Yes, your transformer appears to be an planar transformer, and appears to have leakage inductance designed into it deliberately so its an...
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• Today, 11:54
yes, I did put text labels using "M1PIN". All the four labels i.e., VDD, VSS, INV_IN and INV_OUT. The Layout VS schematics is passed without any...
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• Today, 11:45
Thanks, I previously thought that "Modulator gain" = And that the complete open loop comprises the "modulator", the "power stage", and the...
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• Today, 11:34
Hi, thank you for your comment. Could you also advice for resonant controller ic ? I have found resonant controller ics such as ncp1399, fan7631 and...
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• Today, 10:16
I don’t think a method using transient analysis is required. See https://www.edaboard.com/showthread.php?354680#12
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• Today, 10:05
No treez, It can be seen from the control-to-output transfer function. Even the dc gain result you get after computing Rload/Rsense with modulator...
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• Today, 09:38
Your "core" is the pan and your secondary is the pan and the secondary "burden resistor" is the pan as well. As this is highly end-user-variable...
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• Today, 09:30
If you were really keen on noise control you might put a well under it and then that feature would want its usual subfeatures and so on. Nwell...
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• Today, 09:29
Hi Friends, I need to know the exact difference Synchronous FIFOs and Asynchronous FIFOs based on its usage and applications. If the clock...
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• Today, 09:26
The N and P regions will conductivity-modulate at high injection (high being relative to the doping, lightly doped materials modulate a lot,...
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• Today, 09:20
Use a vpulse with a finite, technology-appropriate rise and fall time, plot the current, C=I/(dV/dt) which you know from setting it.
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• Today, 09:05
for a very large toroid; the first single turn with 5V applied will have its current ramping up at 5/Lpr amps per sec, the flux in the core...
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• Today, 08:46
It is impossible to slow down the clock running a huge program. Accessing the DS1307 only reads secondary registers not influencing clock operation
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• Today, 08:36
Hey, thanks for taking out time and replying to my post. It seems that the projector has 2 power supplies, one is the High voltage supply which...
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• Today, 08:27
I have no experience with these at all but the symptoms suggest either a power supply fault or something is overloading the power supply. The regular...
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• Today, 08:17
Hi yall' I have a Acer X1161 projector which(I know that this is very old) I got for very cheap like pennies and it used to work and it only used...
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