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Re: Suggestions about inductorless VCOs above 3 MHz frequenc
One way to design a VCO would be to build a ring oscillator, and control the supply. The "output" is almost "linear" around a center frequency. This should help.
Re: Bandgap Reference
What you could do is to use 1.4 V as a supply to a Nakagome charge-pump, and feed the same 1.4 V as input to the charge-pump. For instance, in the second figure, in the link
**broken link removed**
Vout is twice the supply. What say?
What is the minimum energy required for analog-to-digital conversion? Is there a lower limit?
Upper bound is infinity. That is because, the "analog" sample can always be "dissipated" before converting it to "digital" data. As such. corrupted "analog" sample means erroneous data. So, the upper...
Friends, I require help with the segmentation error in GCC. I am trying to run my mos simulation program in GCC. No, actually I am running only one of arround 20 functions that I'll be using later.But each one has dynamic memory allocation [malloc()] several times. This I suppose is the reason...
I have used Eagle, Target-3001, Pulsonix for creating a pcb design of my circuit. But what I've found is that none of them routes +Vcc and Gnd. Actually the problem is that the ICs are shown as packages w/o these pins in the schematics. eg:IC-4001 doesnt show any pin no.7 or 14 in the schematic...
The thing of beauty that one should appreciate in the fourier transforms is the way it helps in analyzing the non-periodic functions as periodic ones. for the application part you can refer to the book :
Advanced Communication Methods --- Simon Haykin
I am a preliminary student of C. I've been able to find inverse of matrix as large as 10x10.But a friend of maine needs me to do the same with a 100x100 matrix. Can you people recommend a site for finding such a programme in C or C++