# Search Results for Query: synchronous

1. ### simple math problem on electrical motor

What is the synchronous speed of the motor?
Post by: Alec_t, Nov 23, 2016 in forum: General Electronics Chat
2. ### Synchronous Demodulator, why the carrier still appear?

A synchronous AM detector will indeed reproduce the carrier. It is multiplied with itself (autocorrelation). If you want to reject the carrier,...
Post by: KL7AJ, Oct 28, 2016 in forum: Wireless & RF Design

### Synchronous Demodulator, why the carrier still appear?

Hello my friends, I'm new here and I hope someone may can help with this mixer. I'm trying to do a synchonous demodulator, and multplying the AM...
Thread by: Felipe Kalinski Ferreira, Oct 28, 2016, 10 replies, in forum: Wireless & RF Design
4. ### Power out from transformer

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Post by: John Potter, Oct 28, 2016 in forum: Power Electronics

### Synchronous motor. How to identify constant direction types?

...a link, or means to query such a link, to any inexpensive synchronous gearmotor of approx 3rpm that will always run CW I'd be most...
Thread by: frascati, Oct 21, 2016, 0 replies, in forum: General Electronics Chat
6. ### Almost-Fully digital High Power PSU, am I overlooking something?

[ I attempted to open up your file, which prompted me to install some software called zippyshare, which it has all the look and feel of...
Post by: schmitt trigger, Oct 20, 2016 in forum: Analog & Mixed-Signal Design
7. ### Almost-Fully digital High Power PSU, am I overlooking something?

...a TPS54531DDAR 5 A Buck converter For the 12 V I went with a synchronous LM27222M MOSFET Driver which is also powered by the 5 A Buck...
Post by: Lorenzo Di Mauro, Oct 19, 2016 in forum: Analog & Mixed-Signal Design
8. ### Almost-Fully digital High Power PSU, am I overlooking something?

...= 3.7 * (1 + 0.005 * (120 - 20)) = 5.4575 mOhm Using Math. PDSYNCHRONOUS RECTIFIER = [(21 * 21) * 5.4575] * [1 - (12/24)] = 1.20337875 W...
Post by: Lorenzo Di Mauro, Oct 17, 2016 in forum: Analog & Mixed-Signal Design
9. ### Almost-Fully digital High Power PSU, am I overlooking something?

...you need to drive both the pass transistor, but also the synchronous FET. Maybe just something like a 7812 to produce the voltage for the gates.
Post by: ronv, Oct 17, 2016 in forum: Analog & Mixed-Signal Design
10. ### Almost-Fully digital High Power PSU, am I overlooking something?

Hi Lorenzo and welcome to AAC. I see a couple of things to at least worry about from the hardware standpoint. I think the gate to source voltage...
Post by: ronv, Oct 16, 2016 in forum: Analog & Mixed-Signal Design