Data are values of qualitative or quantitative variables, belonging to a set of items

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MATLAB function fixdt() question

MATLAB has a function fixdt() that creates objects describing fixed-point or floating-point data type. So if we write ...
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Convert MP3 recording of data casette to serial data

I have a retro EMCO F1P CNC machine with a matching M1 controller that comes with mini data cassettes containing the "Machine State Data" which must be fed into registers of the controller before ...
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Thermopile Detector Datasheet question

I'm working on making a detector using a Thermopile. Here's a link to the page and datasheet. Link I've looked through and am not sure what the values for Ra, Rb, Rc, and Rd are supposed to be. If ...
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Data acquisition noise or defect?

I'm using the following setup to measure a voltage across a resistor. I measure it both by a DAQ system and an oscilloscope. Below is the illustration for the setup: DAQ is the data acquisition ...
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Code advice with minimum clock cycles

My original question was: I've a 8 bit data with only 3 bit used, for example: 0110 0001 Where 0 indicate unused bit that are always set to 0 and 1 indicate bits that change. I ...
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Acheiving high data Rate via Xbee communication

We are developing a real time monitoring system for activity detection in Smart Buildings. We are using motion sensors and noise sensors to detect various activities in a Building. We are using Xbee ...
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MOSFET Help Needed

I am working on a home project that uses a micro controller to switch a set of transistors on and off rapidly(msecs). The current through the last transistor is about 300-400 mA to drive a high power ...
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Send data to an Arduino by using an audio cable

I want to send some Data to my Arduino by using the audio jack of my smartphone/computer. (USB is no option, since my smartphone does not support USB Host mode and I also don't want to go wireless or ...
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Can we observe addresses, data and other signals on the microcomputer buses by an oscilloscope, a LED or even an ordinary DC voltmeter?

Microcomputers are dynamic devices that are synchronized by a clock oscillator. So the signals (E, R/W, CS, A15-A0, D7-D0...) appear on their buses only for parts of a microsecond and, as the buses ...
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What is data rate? [closed]

What is the definition of data rate? What is the unit of it? Is it related to successful bits?
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How can the Nyquist theorem for the maximum bit-rate of a noiseless channel be derived?

I've been given the formula: $$ I = 2* H * log_2(L)$$ where: \$ I \$ = Maximum data rate in bits per second for a noiseless channel \$H\$ = Bandwidth that the channel will carry (that is, the range ...
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How does a ps2 mouse send data to a computer? [closed]

I want to read data from a mouse with the help of Arduino. I want to calculate relative motion between two objects. My questions are 1) Is it possible? 2) How is mouse interfaced with Arduino?
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AVR USART wait for AVR's reponse to continue text stream

AVR USART wait for AVR's reponse to continue protocol I am doing a senior project, and I need to send a large text file line by line to an AVR (atmega32) which will control a piano using ~36 ...
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Can We send data using exisiting power outlets in homes

I am trying to build a project in which I want to transfer data through existing power outlets in a home through power lines while simultaneously using those outlets for power supply also. My question ...
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2.5mm Jack to USB data Cable

I was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. With the need to test my own blood upwards of 8 times a day I have a ton of data to keep track of. My testing unit has the ability to upload its data to ...
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Microwave communication systems / data transfer rate vs data transfer speed

I'm researching about microwave communication systems, and I have to distinguish the difference between data transfer rate vs data transfer speed. I comment it will be something like you have a ...
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What data format do audio cassettes use?

How do the sound pressure values correspond to the magnetic domains on the tape? Is the format analog or digital?
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1 Mbps satellite channel with a 270 ms delay

Consider 500 byte frames sends on a satellite channel with a 270 ms delay on send an receive by 1 Mbps rate. by ignore the length of ACK message and using Slide Window technique, how many bits need ...
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How does a CPU choose a path? [closed]

This is the most baffling question of all other concepts. I ask my teacher "How does the computer choose a path?" "They program it" "How do they program it?" "..." I have a basic understanding ...
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Transmission using different frequencies [duplicate]

Consider three devices and a base station. Communication is only through radio waves. The devices are equipped with a simple radio that enables them to send and receive information from base station. ...
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communication 101 [closed]

I have a couple of really basic questions. (1) When a device(Device 1) communicates to another device(Device 2), do the devices have to operate in the SAME frequency for the data transmission to take ...
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Best way to wirelessly transmit and receive data

I'm working on a project that requires wireless transmission and reception of data. I wonder what the best technology would be. It is not tons of data maybe not even a kilobyte. And the range should ...
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Failure data of high-k dielectrics

How I can get access to failure data of high-k dielectrics caused by tunneling (trap generation)? I need a dataset for my research. (if someone could help me with the data, his/her name will be ...
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Data transmission through the human body

As we all know, data can be transferred through cables using electrical pulses transferred into binary codes. My question is, is it possible to transfer data in a similar manner but through the human ...
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Statistical noise measurement

Is there an accepted measure of noise in a data set? I am taking a series of reading from an ADC, which follow a trend (they are not random data points). However, they generally lie above and below ...
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Is there a spice directive to export waveform data in LTspice?

http://www.linear.com/solutions/1815 The above web-page explains how to export the waveform data to a text file. You basically run the LTspice simulation, clicking on the waveform window, go to ...
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How does USB 3.0 negotiate power states?

I noticed, in another question, a comment regarding USB power states. I know that USB 2.0 negotiated power by tying the D+ and D- lines to specific voltages but I can't seem to find any information ...
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Continuously log data from an oscilloscope

I have a pin which is being toggled every 100ms by an MCU. I need to plot a graph which consists of the variation from the desired interval . That is the number of times it moved away and was toggled ...
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frequency allocation for telecommunication companies

For a high bit rate in data communication we need a high bandwidth. Suppose there are hundreds of carriers in a particular region and they are all allocated microwave frequencies. Minimum spacing ...
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Measuring Stress with Sensors

I wanted to ask a few questions in the hoped that someone can advise me. Basically I wish to use a sensor which will be attached to a large piece of fabric, I would then like to use the data from the ...
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Why can't Wi-Fi run at 2.4 Gbit/s?

So Wi-Fi runs in the 2.4 GHz band, yeah (and the new ones 5 GHz)? Which means that every second, a Wi-Fi antenna outputs 2.4 billion square wave pulses, right? So I was wondering, why can't ...
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Signal to noise ratio for a non-physical property

The signal to noise ratio for a voltage, current, or power is easy to understand, but how do I calculate the SNR when the signal is not a physical property, but instead an abstract quantity? I'll try ...
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I have a set of USB-classed barcode scanner and microcontroller board, how do I process the data?

Questions: Is the signal already readable for the microcontroller if I have both the scanner and the board match headed with USB? I know that the scanner was programmed to output whatever the bar ...
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Stereo to High Speed LED for Data Transfer

I am currently doing a project on optical data transfer using LED. The first hurdle I need to overcome is the LED driver circuit. I have little to no background in circuits. I do know a fair amount of ...
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Connecting DAQs in Parallel

I need to connect a DAQ to an existing system which uses a DAQ. The idea is to connect the DAQs in parallel so the existing system is not changed. It is likely that only one DAQ will be used at a ...
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What actually limits the speed of a USB flash drive? [closed]

My system outputs data through USB which is to be stored in a external memory. But it seems that flash drive is not having that much speed like that specified in USB 2.0 protocol. What actually ...
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What are the most common data storage devices in small consumer electronics?

What are the standard ways of data storage in small consumer electronics (routers, phones, etc.)? For simple devices I guess microcontrolles with in-system programmable flash are enough, but for ...
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Will an SPI EEPROM chip have the same issues with non-atomic write operations as a dsPIC's internal EEPROM? [duplicate]

A while back I had some intermittent trouble with the internal EEPROM of a dsPIC. Every so often, some value in the EEPROM would be found zeroed out on power-on. I tracked the problem down to when the ...
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Will an SPI flash memory chip have the same issues with non-atomic write operations as a dsPIC's internal EEPROM?

A while back I had some intermittent trouble with the internal EEPROM of a dsPIC. Every so often, some value in the EEPROM would be found zeroed out on power-on. I tracked the problem down to when the ...
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How to ensure data integrity when using I2C with a PIC

When master device transfers a piece of data, slave will acknowledge back once the data has been received by slave. So it's not possible to ensure the data integrity by only polling ACK. I ...
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Read/write pointer in a DAQ

I'm trying to built a DAQ on a CAMAC system using Sparrow's Kmax 9.5 . The devices I am using(which must be rather old) are Sparrow SCM-301 SCSI - CAMAC Crate Controler Philips 7164 ADC Hytec LP ...
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How to “Mirror” or “Split” bar code data scanned by one USB scanner to two computers using Y cable? [closed]

I have searched this site and many others looking for a way to "split" or mirror data from an USB device (bar code scanner) to two computers. We need to do a parallel cut-over from a legacy asset ...
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Transfering RS485 data to server using ethernet

I'm extracting data from energy meters like V, I, KW, etc. Now I want to put this data in a dedicated server through Ethernet LAN so that meter user can monitor data from remote place by logging in to ...
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What's the best storage method? [closed]

I was wondering about what's the best storage method to save files to in order to save it from natural dynamics like earthquakes, tsunamis, or just to keep them along times... We all know that there ...
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Does a table that shows how 8b/10b encoding tries to ensure running disparity on a transmission line

In telecommunications, 8b/10b is a line code that maps 8-bit symbols to 10-bit symbols to achieve DC-balance and bounded disparity. In this case we take each 8 bit data and map it to a 10 bit symbol. ...
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How to connect a Printer WIFI module wires to an Arduino?

+ I’m a digital artist, found this HP printer on the street and wanted to use its components (motor etc.) on my projects. I was wondering if any of you know if I can use this WIFI module to ...
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Dual port, serial interface, buffered, shift register

I have an "interesting" problem. The proposed design, for a system I'm working on, needs to use 16x 16-bit serial ADCs and I need to interface the results of all 16 ADCs to a synchronous serial ...
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How to monitor data exchange on single wire?

I have two modules that communicate over a single wire. Where would I even start about monitoring the data without introducing any kind of interference to both modules? One of the modules has to be ...
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Why is it not recommended to connect an output of a data acquisiton device to one of its input?

We have a DAQ board from Measurement Computing which has analog and digital outputs and inputs. It is written as a warning on it that one shouldn't plug an output channel back to the board as an ...
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Gui float data from micro controller

I am building a framework for a data acquisition system where the controller sends a (integer/float) data in to the GUI. I have done some ground work on data types and compilers and found out that ...