Getting started with Arduino. Breakout and shields. Development environment. «read more»

Overview soldering equipment and projects for kids «read more» Filters can remove low and/or high frequencies from an electronic signal. They can be used to suppress unwanted frequencies such as background noise. This article shows the math and visualizes the poles in the s-place, examines and visualizes the the step and frequency response. «read more» Low-pass filters remove high frequency components from a signal. A single-pole passive RC filter consists of a resistor and capacitor in series. «read more» This article is a sequel to the inquiry “Building Math Hardware“. It allows this Math Hardware to communicate with a microcontroller. We use an AVR microcontroller (Arduino) to generate the operands for the math operations, and display the results. The Math Hardware is implemented on an Field programmable Gate Array (FPGA). The communication is over a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). «read more» Evaluating transfer functions with impulse, unit step and sinusoidal input signals «read more» Introduces the formulas for Capacitor and Inductor impedance. «read more» Using Laplace transforms to solve mechanical ordinary differential equations «read more» Proof of Laplace transforms as used in my Electronics article «read more» Proof of Euler’s formula, identify and relation to trigonometry. «read more» This describes how to install the development environment for the Avnet’s Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA LX9 MicroBoard under Windows 10 x64. «read more» |

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