RL High-pass Filter Trigonometry method, example 2 Assume the non-homogeneous lineair differential equation of a first order High-pass LC-filter, where \(u(t)=\hat{u}\cos(\omega t)\) is the forcing function and the current \(i(t)\) through the inductor is the response. The differential equation for this system is $$ L\,{i_p}^\prime(t)+R\,i_p(t)=\hat{u}\cos(\omega t)\label{eq:bTrigRL_DV} $$ The solution is a superposition of the natural response and a …
Soldering with Kids List of equipment used for soldering printed circuit boards. Includes a list of fun projects that kids can build together with adults.
RLC Resonator RLC circuits are resonant circuits, as the energy in the system "resonates" between the inductor and capacitor. We will examine the properties of a resonator consisting of series circuit of an inductor (L), capacitor (C) and resistor (R), where the output is taken across the resistor.
RLC Low-pass Filter Shows the math of RLC filters and visualizes the poles in the Laplace domain. Examines and visualizes the step and frequency response.
RC Low-pass Filter Shows the math of first order RC filters and visualizes the poles in the Laplace domain. Examines and visualizes the step and frequency response.
Math Talk Describes the hardware schematic for connecting a FPGA and an Arduino. Implements the protocol to transfer bytes and the messages using the Verilog HDL.
Building Math Hardware This article shows some implementation of the math operations introduced in chapter 7 of the inquiry "How do computers do Math?" The combinational logic is described in the HDL Verilog 2001.
Impedance Derives the formula for impedance of common passive electronic components using the models for energy storage of those parts.
How do microprocessors work? Implements the LC-3 instruction set using Verilog HDL. Includes an in-depth look at instruction cycle phases, the data path and the control unit.
How do computers do math? Detailed explanation of semi-conductor chemistry, semi-conductors physics, to logic gates elementary and arithmetic operations.
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