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  1. Marian Stofka EDN In the control of nonlinear and linear systems, sometimes a slight nonlinearity is intentionally inserted into the closed control loop. “Slight” here means that the output of the inserted element starts to vary ...
  2. Peter Winship EDN Using only six components, you can configure a circuit (Figure 1) whose output voltage is proportional to its input frequency. Moreover, only three of the components capacitor C O , resistor R, and the OP-07 op amp must exhibit ...
  3. By Darwin Tolentino The controller area network (CAN) serial-bus topology allows devices and microcontrollers to communicate with each other without the use of a host computer. Featuring arbitration-free transmission, it places a controller and a ...
  4. Subodh Johri and Prateek Johri, India EDN The H-bridge is a classic circuit used for driving dc motors in a user-defined manner, such as in forward/reverse direction or PWM-assisted controlled RPM with the help of four discrete/integrated switches ...
  5. Peter Demchenko, Vilnius, Lithuania EDN This Design Idea shows how to calculate the inductance of a multilayer air-core coil using only its dimensions and resistance. If you know the dimensions and the number of turns on an air-core coil, you can ...
  6. Aruna Rubasinghe EDN There are several ways to read multiple switch inputs using a reduced number of microcontroller-unit (MCU) pins. For example, you can use an analog MCU pin to read multiple switches by assigning a unique voltage to each switch ...
  7. Part 1 Input Card The input cards come in several types, each tailored to a different type (or types) of input. The first input card we designed is capable of measuring temperature through either a thermistor or thermocouple. Work on the next input ...
  8. PID stands for proportional-integral-derivative controller. This is a device used in control systems or simply to control other devices or other electronic systems. The main function of this controller is to help regulate or maintain the level of ...
  9. R O Ocaya EDN When designing low-power USB circuits that require power-supply voltages other than 5 V, you must decide whether to use a separate battery or a physically small mains-based power source. The problem is particularly troublesome if the ...
  10. William Swanson Electronic Design Low-voltage microcontrollers often need to control higher-voltage loads via high-side switching. This simple two-transistor circuit enables that control and provides over-voltage protection. Although ...
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