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  1. 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 ...
    29-11-2017
  2. 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 ...
    15-11-2017
  3. 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
    20-10-2017
  4. 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
    12-09-2017
  5. 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 ...
    31-08-2017
  6. Jordan Dimitrov EDN [Editor’s note: This programmable DC reference calibrator will make a great DIY project for your lab bench. Full design files for the analog portion are provided, leaving the microcontroller part up to you. Send me your ...
    29-08-2017
  7. Abhijeet Deshpande EDN Properly maintained rechargeable batteries can provide good service and long life. Maintenance involves regular monitoring of battery voltage. The circuit in Figure 1 works in most rechargeable batteries. It comprises a ...
    17-08-2017
  8. Don Sherman, Maxim Integrated Products EDN With the aid of a simple mounting system and some soldered-on weights, a piezoelectric “bender” can detect mechanical shocks. The bender comprises a piezoelectric-ceramic element bonded to a ...
    02-08-2017
  9. Tommaso Angelino Electronic Design A microcontroller's internal ADC was inadequate to measure its own supply rail, so a circuit using standard discrete components was devised to do this with just one pin of the IC. This circuit solved a problem ...
    12-07-2017
  10. Nick Cornford EDN This Design Idea has proved as useful as it is simple. With just three or four components, it allows the monitoring of current from microamps to well over 100 mA in a single range. I was developing a PIC-based board and needed to ...
    05-07-2017
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