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I want to discuss th capabilities of the new release of the Fedora Electronic Lab, please share your experience here this software looks very promising to our freedom from the high prices.
I want to know especially about the supplied libraries for simulations, I already...
Re: Fedora 8 DVDs
Did you already start to use it? is it comparable to the professional software like Cadence for example, I want to know how really the components of the suite are integrated with each other.
You use them whem you are working with an SMD design and you have two IN4148 (say) diodes that have any common pin.
depending on the common pin you choose which of the above will fit instead of the two IN4148.
this will reduse the cost especially that the SMD parts are cheaper recently.
My experience with this problem is:
1. Decoupling capacitors beside each IC on the PCB
2. A separate transformer for each part of the design (the digital and the analogue)
3. Do not use a high speed crystal if you do not need it.
4. Do not use long PCb tracks for the relays
5. switch off every...
1. I advice you to check any LCD that writes arabic and count the pixels used for a single char (better than re-inventing the wheel).
2. Write your text in MS paint and save it to bitmap with low resolution in 8 bit (this also can help you counting the pixels)
3. Then search for a...
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I told this:
Use MPLAB C30 or the Hi-tech for simple to intermediate applications, if you are going to develope a real complicated fancy project then go up to the matlab 2007b coder.
for simulation go to labcenter proteus
The professional method is to use a high impedance op-amp to sample your negative signal, this will protect the original signal from being loaded, then tune the op-amp resistor values to get a positive output with the gain you want so that it will fit the input range of whatever ADC you will...
lcd con pic16f877a
you have to connect a potentiometer to adjust the intensity, the pot value should be in the datasheet, if this is not the case then get sure you are using the right header for the right LCD in the compiler.
Please tell me what you think about, maybe I can help.
Anyway, you can check the EPE magazine, they have a good number of projects that are open source, if they are not satisfactory to your skill level, then jump to the circuit cellar magazine, this is where to find the great ideas for new...