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but I dont want to use extra poer supplies or DC for VCC for opamp,is it possible??
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if the output of the amplifier 100 volts ,what will be the out of this circuit ,and can i get a free contact signal from it without using any...
kindly help me to design a circuit to detect(supervise)the output of audio amplifier.
the case is :there is for example 10 speakers concocted to the output of audio amplifier and i need to monitor this line for open circuit or short circuit or amplifier power off .
what i need is when...
difference between simulator and emulator
I want to know what is the differensce between this
and what is realy ment by real time systems with example please?
for the egyption engineers who interested in embedded in egypt,there is a good discussion on a group about the future of embedded at egypt and threr a suggestion to make a database on the engineers and companies in this field and also a suggestion for a meeting to...
embedded systems companies egypt
i am tarek fathy electronics and comm - cairo unv-2004 grade :good
i am now work in a factory as a maintainance engineer
i have a good background on c++ and microcontroler but i have not woked in that field
can i send the cv or what do u advise...
please need some notes
what the type of the sensor?is it a thermocouple
and what is the output voltage for a certain 1 celezious degree?]
and is it linear or not?
you will need a signal conditioning circuit and a software (you may need a table if the sensor is not linear)
questions on embedded systems
Hello all members;
can any one tell us some of the question that may face anyone in the interview(i.e microcontroller architecture,c++,tricks of programming and so on.
Thanks for the great members of the forum