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digital to analog 5v
Thanks for the replies everyone.
Sorry should have been more specific with my signal requirements:
I think the main requirement for voltage signal is stability and accuracy.
It would be use as the voltage reference of a lab power supply to control its output voltage and...
how to generate an analog signal
I am trying to build a circuit that can output a 0-5V analog signal.
This analog signal will be controlled by a mcu.
What i have in mind is to have a mcu communicate to some sort of 12bit dac.
I am familiar with the mcu portion of things, but i am not...
With regards to mp3 player circuit.
Try looking at this website. **broken link removed**
You can buy the DIY mp3 player as a kit or assembled. The nice thing is that evrything is provided, schematics, source code everything. So i guess its a good way to learn ;-)
You can download the...
To be frank i started working more indept into c lately Found the K&R to be extremely useful. thats my first reference. anything else just google for it :-)
Pointers are a little hard tp gasp. Currently I am finding difficulties in pointers to function.
think c is still mainly used in mcu...
I have a question on transformer selection for liner voltage regulator type powersupply circuit.
What is VA rating for a transformer? Is it true that if the VA is too big the transformer will heat up and waste alot of energy?
I setting up a ps circuit using 7805, 5V output about...
usually youcan find examples from microchip, ti that use the mcu to do the job of calculating total power and kw/hr consumption. but its usually single phase. just improvise to 3 channels. but really for a quick fix the analog device ics would do. and it comes in 3 phase variants too :-)
I am starting a project to build a signal generator to test the accuracy of energy meters. Do you think building one is fessible? The commercial sets on the market is way too expensive! A senior engineer suggested that it could getting a stable voltage and current source up can be done...