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a frequency boundary in a system's frequency response at which the power level is greater or less than a given fixed value.
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an IDE. It contains a base workspace and an extensible plug-in system for customizing the environment.
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Anything related to the behavior and properties of electrons, i.e. the elementary subatomic particles accounting for electrical conduction in most solid materials, especially metals.
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the process of managing the rate of data transmission between two nodes
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Questions regarding Flexible Printed Circuits. This is opposed to standard PCBs made of solid copper clad boards.
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Frequency Shift Keying - A digital transmission technique in which a "1" is represented by one frequency and a ")" by another. It is the digital equivalent of FM.
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POV stands for Persistence Of Vision
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Quartus (and in particular Quartus II since the original Quartus is no longer used) is a programmable logic device design software from Altera.
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Questions related to charging and interfacing with the Apple iPad series of tablet computers.
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A "Dot/Bar Display Driver".
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All related to lithium iron phosphate (or LFP) batteries
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Anything related to the noise spectral density, i.e. the function representing how the power of the noise signal is distributed among its frequency components.
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Anything related to the STM32F3 series of microcontrollers. STM32F3 is a series of of mixed-signal MCUs with DSP (Digital Signal Processor) and FPU (Floating Point Unit) instructions.
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a series of FPGAs produced by Xilinx
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a home video game console produced by Nintendo.
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Anything related to skin effect, i.e. the physical phenomenon where the effective resistance that a conductor presents to an alternating current flowing through it increases with its frequency.