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  1. Clayton Grantham EDN Many process-control sensors, such as thermistors and strain-gauge bridges, require accurate bias currents. By adding a single current-setting resistor, R 1 , you can configure voltage-reference circuit IC 1 to produce a ...
  2. Stephen Woodward EDN The rise of interest in renewable energy created by soaring fossil-fuel costs and global-warming fears has created a matching interest in associated support and demonstration instrumentation. This Design Idea hops on that ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Wind Energy · Measurement » Texas Instruments » CD74HC4053, LM4040, LMC6484
  3. Praveen K Electronic Design In certain applications, like pH measurement based on electromagnetic field (EMF) changes in an electrochemical reaction, the change in voltage is very small and the voltage range varies with the solution's ...
  4. Tim Regan Electronic Design Environmental concerns are spurring the development of clean transportation alternatives. Most popular are full electric and hybrid electric motor vehicles, which use stacks of lithium-ion battery cells as the electric ...
  5. Marco Pisani EDN The circuit in Figure 1 delivers the absolute value of the input signal with an accuracy better than 10 ppm of the full-scale range. The circuit has low zero-crossing error. You can use it as an asynchronous demodulator, as a ...
  6. John Wynne EDN When two different-metal conductors connect together in a loop and one of the junctions is at a higher temperature than the other, an electrical current flows through the loop. The magnitude of this current depends on the type of ...
  7. Vladimir Dvorkin, Linear Technology EDN Whether you measure or use RF circuits that operate in the popular 2.4-GHz ISM (industrial/scientific/medical) band, cordless telephones, Wi-Fi access points, Bluetooth devices, and microwave ovens can ...
  8. Shasta Thomas Electronic Design Many industrial and control applications use analog current loops as the physical link for measurements and actuator control. Although several ranges are used, the most popular is still the 4- to 20-mA standard. Loop ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Measurement » Maxim » MAX4236, MAX6138
  9. Ricardo Jiménez, Fernando D. Pacheco, and Blanca L. Rodríguez Electronic Design Measuring the low frequencies that are common in many real-world situations, such as biomedical or speedometer applications, is a challenge due to the ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Texas Instruments » 74HC4040, CD4017B, CD4081B, CD4093B, CD4518B
  10. Marián Štofka EDN Many applications require a sampling circuit whose output is inverted with regard to the respective sample of an input signal. A simple approach is a cascade of a common noninverting sample-and-hold amplifier and an ...
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