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I have a question regarding bidirectional transmission with RF and power in a coaxial cable. Is it possible to pass a RF signal from one end and a DC voltage from another end of a coaxial cable. I gone through the older posts before posting this question. Those responses are...
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When I am testing my wrist trap its showing 1Mohm but when I am checking my bands conducting lines to metal placed on the cuff its not buzzering. then how it will discharge my body's charge to ground
I want to know how an anti-static wrist strap will ground the charge of our body. I found a five line contacts on the band which has no relation with each other. so there comes this doubt.It will be helpful if I got the answer for it.
thanks in advance.
first of all thanks for replying.
Who will send the command each time when you change yur sim will it be your handset processor or processor lied in SIM. As i gone through some of the presentations I found that there separate transceivers for GSM and 3g. Also an antennae switch. By observing...
I got this doubt when I am studying about mobile technologies. " How mobile handset will detect the operator when you change your sim. As each operator has his own frequency then how handset will able switch immediately having only one duplex antenna."
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Here is another new question. I came across FMC connector in one of the projects I involved. can any one guide me what is it? and the I/O levels of the standard (which is VITA 57.1.as I have seen)
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Can any one help me to reduce the noise with PCB for RE103 and CE102 tests. I don't have a much time to change my design and going for another new PCB. And i want to know whether it is possible to reduce the noise with out altering the design.
Thanks for your reply. we too thinking of the same reason1 mentioned in your reply. Would you help me hoe to over come this.
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we have max on our board to translte the logic. We are using 3.3V icd3 which is suitable for our MCU.