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I am developing using a microchip pic with usart for RS232. I think to stablish a bluetooth interface. My first idea was to use a parani interface (but it is expensive, 50euros + shipment). I read about the rs232 to usb converter, as I have a bluetooth usb dongle. Do you...
The best option is a DC compensation algorithm used in the DSP or FPGA. Depending on the application, for example WCDMA or bloetooth, the answer can be different but at least in my opinion if the A/D is not saturated the DC compensation algorithm is better.
The models are implemented in practically every simulation software.
I usually proceed the following way. For example a radial stub to substitute a open stub in the bias network of an amplifier. I design the square stub and then it its a starting point for optimization.
I am trying to connect a common mode output to a differential input in base band. I found a Differential driver for example from AD: AD8131.
The question is : Is it possible to do without an active device?
I am making a hardware to control a DC motor using the PC parallel port. I want to stop when the brushless DC motor is stopped by for example an obstacle. Does anybody have a good solution to establish a bit to enter the PC? How many time can stay the motor under this condition? The current...
I have a differential output board at baseband (f<20MHz). How can I visualize the common mode in a spectrum analizer? Can I connect directly the inner conductors to the inner of the SA and the outer of the SA respectively? Is it really so simple?