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Questions tagged [analysis]

Questions attempting to analyze the mathematical properties of a formula, the inner workings of a protocol, or the design of a given circuit.

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How do I decide which method to use in circuit analysis?

I'm an Electrical Engineering student, and circuit analysis can be really confusing to me. I sort of understand the concepts of solving circuits, but I don't really know when to use which method. Are ...
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How does this flasher circuit work?

I was watching the video on Forever Flasher circuit in Advent Calendar of Circuits 2011 series by vk2zay. Below is the circuit I am talking about. However, there are some things I understand and most ...
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Nodal analysis, can't understand detail

This is a picture of the problem: Can someone please explain to me, why is to $V_1=V_2+10\angle{45°}$ why not $V_2=V_1+10\angle{45°}$ or not $V_1+V_1=10\angle{45°}$? (It's circled in the ...
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Communication between AVR and CORUS PTZ device

12 NULL bytes are being sent to CORUS device (to power on it) with this codevision code like putchar('\0'); Sending is ok , but regarding to page 9 of the ...
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What is failure analysis of PBCA?

I do not know whether this is the appropriate place to post this question but i guess its related to electronics. Basically i'm doing some research on what is the term for "PBCA" in failure analysis? ...
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Systematic construction of the ODE system of a circuit containing opamps

I want to compute the voltages and currents in a circuit containing R,L,C, opamps and voltage sources. I perfectly understand how to do this for circuits containing only R,L,C and voltage sources, ...
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Calculating Voltage

I am trying to calculate the voltage $Vw$ of the following circuit: I have little experience with these kind of problems, so I tried to solve first a more simple circuit that did not include the R2-...
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Time-series Statistical Analysis with FPGA

Suppose I have two time series, such as stock valuations or radioactive diagnosis, for which I need things such as covariances (QP -problem) among other things. Covariance calculations should be easy ...
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Supermesh Analysis of circuit of two loops

I have am having trouble moving forward with the following problem. The problem says that Find the value of Vs in the circuit below such that the power supplied by the current source is 0. The final ...
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Type 2 compensation network

I'm working through the excellent text on SMPS design "Switching Power Supplies A to Z", by Sanjaya Maniktala. Right now I'm reading the section on the feedback loop and stabilization. As a first-...
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Differentiating between a square wave or sawtooth wave with a circuit…?

I want to build a simple sensor that takes a 100 kHz square or sawtooth wave with a known amplitude and outputs a high if it receives a square wave or a low for sawtooth. I'm pretty sure this ...
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How to conduct mesh analysis on a current source in series with a resistance?

How can I do a mesh analysis of the following kind of circuit? I'd normally put up Kirchoff's voltage laws for each of the two loops. If the current source wasn't in series with a resistance, I'd ...
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How to calculate equivalent resistance?

This is not homework. Imagine an infinite resistor grid which the picture shows a part of. The question is what's the resistance measured across any of the 1k$\Omega$ resistors. I don't want you ...
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How to get started using ngspice?

I've recently finished some work with hspice, and now I don't have access to the server. I've installed ngspice on my Fedora 15 machine, but I'm unfamiliar with how it works. In hspice, I was able to ...
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Puzzled by Nyquist frequency

Say I have a 1kHz sine, so no higher harmonics, then I need to sample it at least at 2kHz to be able to reconstruct it. But if I sample at 2kHz, but all my samples are on the zero-crossing, then my ...
Reviewing some material I thought I understood, but it turns out there's some subtlety I'm not getting. The usual formula for calculating the Q of a non-ideal inductor is $\frac{Xs}{Rs}$, where Xs ...