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I was wondering if anyone knows what the DC pin is for and stands for? I've tried to asked Vishay tech support unfortunately there was no reply....
Data sheet can be found here
Thank you for your help!
coupled inductor equation
I was wondering if someone could help me figure the state space equation for this circuit, according to the coupled inductor equation
V1 = L1 di1/dt - M di2/dt
V2 = -M di1/dt + L2 di2/dt
which gives me
V1 = 1 di1/dt - 1/2 di2/dt
two quadrant multiplier
Yes, but if Vc is biased with 0.5V and coupled with an AC signal it would work as a 4 quadrant multiplier?
BTW, the frequency response chart in data sheet covers from 1Mhz to 100Mhz. Would this part work for audio frequency if an audio signal is placed at AMP...
four quadrant multiplier
Thank you so mcuh for your help! The reason I asked is because I am trying to figure out why this part GT4123A is a two-quadrant multiplier, because it seems that IN A, IN B and Vc can all take AC as input?
Data sheet click here
Even though you are not interested in losses but you assumed that V/2 is the steady state of a system with loss, therefore if you do not account for the loss and add that to the system how would you be able to find the steady state of the lossless system??
I suspect that you came to the...
Ok, so if that's the case what is the loss in the system? :D
Please include all the mathematical working procedure in finding the loss, as well as how you found the answer V/2 in your reply above.
Electrical conductivity or specific conductivity is a measure of a material's ability to conduct an electric current. When an electrical potential difference is placed across a conductor, its movable charges flow, giving rise to an electric current. The conductivity σ is defined as the ratio of...
Ideally, the answer should all be the same regardless if its in math or theory. They are just in different "language".
Assuming in the case of super conductor,
So because of the nature of SC, the charges can not oscillate as you've proposed in the...
What is this piece of info based on? Can you show some reference? eg. science/physics theory/facts online etc...
Or explain why would a bunch of electrons flow as a single entity instead of individual particles?
There are 2 identical tanks, no.1 filled with water and no.2 is empty...