Thanks for replying kubeek.
The rectifier phase is supposed to have a gain of 1. The differential amplifier does all the amplifying. As for how the...
...see how you expect to achieve full wave rectification. According to my books the circuit has gain of 1, and certainly no rectification is happening.
...circuit is shown at the bottom link.
from Data books LED is established as 2V @ 30 mA.
Since this is a tutorial I will try to...
...them for an incorrect diagram. I wish we'd go after the authors of books with such vigor.
Would you have been happier if the circuit exhibited a...
Your resistance values are different that the image in the original post. Should be 470, 1k and 4.7k.
Why is the forward drop across D1 not 0.6V like the text books say?
Why are the voltages at V(c), V(d), and V(e) not the same?
Why are the...
Most electronics books (and websites) describe a red LED forward voltage as a nominal 2 volts at 20 mA.
The random LED I just measured was...
...pi model for all transistor combinations CE CB CC
i saw many books contain only a detailed information about hybrid pi model but only for CE and a...
At the moment, rather than attempting to pass the code from Arduino to PIC, or try both to do the same, I'm staring from scratch...
...to learn C, I started with the Arduino. I have downloaded so many books on C, and specifically C as it relates to micro controller programming. If...
...micro-controllers, start with C. C compiles to smaller code, and has much more user based support on the Internet and in downloadable PDF books. Joe
...electromagnet "solenoid" instead of "inductor"? Even though the electromagnet has inductance. Or at least thats what the books on electromagnets say.
...me what is happening and how to proceed. I am willing to learn . So, any kind of help( links, books etc) is appreciated. kindly go easy on me :)
The books on this site vol.1-dc for example
Does someone have a good resource to enable me to "understand" both?
Most books barely touch this issue.
...+ link if requested, I think there is a website with quite a few old books from Siemens scanned and published as PDFs, with permission. Not sure if...
...or minus saturation (even though the AOL is ~200,000x). This is in every single one of my 4 op amp/ electronics/ instrumental analysis books.
I have more like 20 _meters_ of shelves holding old data books.
I need to do an inventory. :eek:
I have the hard bound version. :D
I am hoarding all of my old data books. For instance, a friend was looking at an old National Semiconductor...
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