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  1. Electronic designers must be aware of the ideal charging method, as it increases the battery’s lifetime and enhances its performance. Nowadays Lithium-ion/Lithium-polymer are used extensively in portable electronic devices that are frequently ...
    18-06-2024
  2. This article explains the basis for achieving an optimized board layout, a critical aspect in the design of switch-mode power supplies. A good layout ensures stable functioning of the switching regulator and minimizes radiated interference as well ...
    29-11-2023
  1. Most engineers are familiar with boost converters, which step up the output voltage (V OUT ) to a value that exceeds the input voltage (V IN ). They are also familiar with buck-boost converters and single-ended primary-inductor converter (SEPIC), ...
    22-08-2023
  2. The linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) is an electromechanical transducer that senses the mechanical displacement of a core and produces a proportional AC voltage at the output. High resolution (infinite in theory), high linearity ...
    01-08-2023
  3. This article will describe how Bode plots can be used as a tool to quickly assess if your power supply design will meet the requirements for dynamic control behavior. Power supplies normally maintain a fixed output voltage via a control loop. This ...
    30-01-2023
  4. Integrated circuit (IC) power is responsible for controlling, managing, providing, and distributing source voltage to electrical circuits as well as other ICs in the circuit. Basically, power ICs have the function of converting, stabilizing, and ...
    02-09-2021
  5. John Bradnam hackster.io Use the latest ATtiny processors in the Arduino Environment. These have the memory capacity of ATmega chips in smaller and cheaper packages. Things used in this project Hardware components: Microchip ATTiny1614 , 14 Pin ...
    10-05-2020
  6. Jenny List hackaday.com It’s been a long wait, but our latest single board computer for review is finally here! The BBC micro:bit, given free to every seventh-grade British child, has landed at Hackaday courtesy of a friend in the world of ...
    30-01-2017
  7. Have you ever tried to design a romantic PCB for your lover or an interesting PCB for your children or friends on special day? Why not? PCB also could be an amazing gift which comes from your creativity. Here I’d like to share a romantic and ...
    06-05-2016
  8. BBC The BBC has unveiled the BBC micro:bit, a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology, which is to be given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK. A collaboration between ...
    29-02-2016
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