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I am sure that broadcom, atheros, marvell all have them. The problem is they don't come in a development board, and if they do, the documentation and drivers are very difficult to obtain. Thanks anyway.
I am working on a project in which I need to buy an 802.11 a or g radio that can be configured and controlled completely by SPI (serial peripheral interface). Do you have any suggestions for me? It has to be a radio (MAC and PHY only, no TCP/IP stack on top). I...
It doesn't. You have to assign one to it. An IP is usually a group of 4 numbers like 10.0.0.9. It is completely up to you to decide which address a device will get. Then you configure your switch or router to handle the routing.
But the gain will be negative. So be careful if your circuit doesn't have reverse protect. I will use the op amp as an adder of two or more other op amps with both inverting and non-inverting gains.
I wonder if anyone has examples of how to use the robotic tool in matlab. I already read the pdf tutorial but still confused. So please give some matlab files that you have done using the robotic toolbox so that I can look at and learn. Thank you very much.
the sadiku textbook is probably the bes one for circuit analysis:
Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 3 edition (July 21, 2006)