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    Closed: Re: readback the firmware Cyclone IV

    The configuration has to be readback from the configuration device, not the FPGA.
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    Closed: Re: NPA 201 Absolute Pressure Sensor ODR help

    There's a minimum read time spec.
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    Closed: Re: ADC output bit rate and PCB layout

    Series 7 is specified for 950 MBPS DDR LVDS speed, 910 MBPS has little margin. It's suggested to use digital phase alignment to adjust the receiver timing.

    DCO and FCO must be sent to the FPGA...
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    [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Rookie making an audio step-up transformer

    Audio transformer needs to care for main inductance which forms a high pass with the load impedance. If you want e.g. < 30 Hz lower cut-off frequency, the primary main inductance Lh1 must be > 8...
  5. Closed: Re: Mains leaking currents causing problems in my house

    Removing Y capacitors can reduce ground leakage, but it doesn't change the fact, that a PC PSU isn't designed with reinforced insulation, thus ground faults can happen. Neither appliances like dish...
  6. Closed: Re: Which transformers can pass approvals testing rergarding isolation voltage testin

    With TIW used for secondary winding, the critical clearance is pin 9/10 to primary windings, including aux. Changing the secondary pins to 7/12 slightly increases the clearance. Or use additional...
  7. Closed: Re: Which transformers can pass approvals testing rergarding isolation voltage testin

    Unless you have additional spacers, the clearance between winding and SMD pin isn't larger than about 5 mm.
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    Closed: Re: Rigid flex Cross section OrCAD PCB Designer

    O.K., the coverlay and adhesive don't continue in the rigid part, but the flex
    substrate does. In so far your stack up looks better now. The stack up still doesn't look feasible at all. You have a...
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    Closed: Re: How to calculate transformer winding losses

    Did you try to detetmine the loss components yourself? The quoted statement can't be found in the datasheet. "Loss due to parasitic leakage inductance" doesn't sound like a serious substantiation. A...
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    Closed: Re: Voltage to frequency conversion using VFC32

    Why now? What did you change?


    µF? Really?
  11. Closed: Re: Will the TVS diode protect the DC line from AC power?

    Presume you have read the SMBJ5 datasheet, particularly about limiting voltage. Presumed you have a current limiting element that can withstand 230V AC (not so simple actually), you will still face a...
  12. Closed: Re: Which transformers can pass approvals testing rergarding isolation voltage testin

    It's necessary to design the transformer with sufficient clearance in this place. By the way, what's the safety specification (overvoltage category, basic or reinforced isolation?
  13. Closed: Re: Which transformers can pass approvals testing rergarding isolation voltage testin

    Did you design the transformer yourself? What's the clearance between primary windings and secondary terminals? If it's actually an isolation failure of TIW, I suspect a handling problem.
  14. Closed: Re: Output of Nand Sequential based Phase-Frequency Detector

    You didn't report the transistor technology.

    I presume you can see how the intermediate level is achieved if you look at all voltage. I guess it's a result that will be never observed in a real...
  15. Closed: Re: question about Friis equation with very large antenna gain

    Friis equation is valid for far field. Most likely you are still in the near field range if your example achieves positive power gain. Or the assumed antenna parameters are simply unrealistic.

    How...
  16. Closed: Re: How two nodes are communicating in CAN bus protocol?

    Post #1 describes the basic CAN operation correctly.
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    Closed: Re: Magnetic flux conduit for flux concentration?

    Patience! People are taking part in the forum discussion in their free time and have usually other jobs to do.

    Thanks for visualizing your suggested eddy current pattern. Unfortunately I'm...
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    Closed: Re: Loadpull for Differential PA

    A wire between the differential output nodes is usually understood as short. Review the post #1 schematic.
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    Closed: Re: PCB type for thermal conductance

    Read about metal cladded PCB.
  20. Closed: Re: Protecting the inputs of HV7802 current monitor from damage due to inrush current

    Why? It's not suggested in the datasheet and doesn't seem to make sense. Ra is the gain setting resistor, and typically much smaller than the discussed Rp value.

    Having nominally zero bias with nA...
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    Closed: Re: Rigid flex Cross section OrCAD PCB Designer

    I have designed several combined flex/rigid PCB, but your stack up drawing doesn't yet make sense to me. Usually the layers of the flex part (polyimide substrate, copper, coverlay in case of single...
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    Closed: Re: Buffer Circuit Question

    What's the resistor tolerance?
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    Closed: Re: Voltage to frequency conversion using VFC32

    50 pF doesn't fit your formula. It get > 200 pF.

    Did you check the integrator and pulse output waveforms? How do you measure frequency?
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    Closed: Re: Buffer Circuit Question

    A few mV is well in the range of expectable MCP6002 offset voltage. When you say the error changes with input voltage, how do you measure it? DC or AC voltage?
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    Closed: Re: Magnetic flux conduit for flux concentration?

    Instead of lengthy explanations, can you simply sketch which form of eddy currents you expect?

    I presume you agree that there must be eddy currents at the metal surface if a field is passing along...
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