What is the reason that most of ICs (e.g. MCU) has multiple (A/D)GND and (A)VCC pins? If it is to increase performance of an IC, how does it help to performance? or is it easier for the IC designer ...
I'm going to take a 5V 500mA power supply and pass it through a digital potentiometer AD5235 and then step it up through an op-amp with a gain 2 to get up to 10V output and put that into voltage based ...
I wonder if unused pins of an IC, lets say an NE555 f.e., should be connected to ground via a resistor to prevent noise or not. I have an AVR with analog inputs and just realized there's huge noise, ...
can the control voltage pins 3 and 11 on the 556 timer use the same capacitor to ground? I assume that I can double the capacity of the 0.01\$\mu\$ capacitor to 0.02\$\mu\$ and share the capacitor ...