# Search Results for Query: apply

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### Is Bandwidth Relative to Carrier Frequency?

You refer to a deviation of +- 75kHz in your first post.-----that is what I was referring to. "Deviation Ratio" is a useful concept,but it is not...
Post by: vk6zgo, Sep 15, 2014 at 9:37 AM in forum: Radio and Communications
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### Let's talk IR Illuminators!

Yes, the same principles apply.
Post by: doller, Sep 13, 2014 at 10:10 PM in forum: General Electronics Chat
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### Accelerometer (or something else) to detect rotary oscillations

Are you following the post " High speed Inductive proximity detector" ? same solution might apply to yours.
Post by: Bernard, Sep 12, 2014 at 12:03 PM in forum: The Projects Forum
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### Need Chinese label on my PWM Controller Translated

...do with "regulating the voltage" which supplies how much voltage you apply to the armature (or the motor) to speed up (or slow down) the spin speed
Post by: Potato, Sep 10, 2014 at 11:49 PM in forum: General Electronics Chat
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### Two point calibration; 8/16 bit MCU; complex operation

...: actually I wanted to show how much voltage value I get when I apply 0.5v & 4.5V. It code i have only 10 bit adc data Below are actual digital...
Post by: aamirali, Sep 10, 2014 at 1:42 AM in forum: Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers
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### To check Periodicity of x(t) = 2cos(t) + 3cos(t/3)

...set we dont have to explore ideas outside of that set which wont apply anyway. So in a way i was illustrating a sort of Occam's Razor. If you hear...
Post by: MrAl, Sep 9, 2014 in forum: Homework Help
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### Equivalent resistance of a network with dependant sources

I am sure you meant V/I not V/R. :D
Post by: anhnha, Sep 8, 2014 in forum: Homework Help
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### Equivalent resistance of a network with dependant sources

Hi, You should be able to do it either way, apply a test voltage or a test current. Sometimes one works better than the other. I preferred the...
Post by: MrAl, Sep 7, 2014 in forum: Homework Help
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### Equivalent resistance of a network with dependant sources

This doesn't seem to be a correct approach - notwithstanding the correct answer.
Post by: t_n_k, Sep 6, 2014 in forum: Homework Help
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### Equivalent resistance of a network with dependant sources

...is a little like tnk's view, in that it becomes clear that if we apply a voltage from a to b of Vab volts, the dependent source 6*Ix takes on the...
Post by: MrAl, Sep 6, 2014 in forum: Homework Help
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### Equivalent resistance of a network with dependant sources

It's simple. Apply a 1A source across the A-B terminal. Short the 12V source and just apply nodal analysis to find out V at C and the Rth will be...
Post by: dalam, Sep 6, 2014 in forum: Homework Help