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How to add 0.2V per Ampère that device draws? (Voltage drop compensation)

I have noticed that many mobile phone chargers already do this: For each 1 A of current that the mobile phone draws, the charger's output will be increased by 0.05V or 0.1V or something similar, to ...
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SIM800: AT-command to get connected sender ids

I want to roughly estimate where my Arduino currently is. For this, I want to fetch the identification numbers of the stations it is currently connected to, so I can put them into an API which then ...
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If I need to send GPRS commands is it better to use a “proper” modem, arduino or a mobile? [closed]

I need to send some commands from a computer via GPRS protocol to some devices. The options I have found so far are: Commercial GPRS modem Arduino GPRS shield an old phone as GPRS modem Is there ...
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Identify that connector - Is it reusable?

I have an Asus Zenfone AR which has had the screen replaced 3 times. Last time I replaced it myself, Asus the first 2 times. Screen replacement went fine but once together I discovered up volume ...
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Is fast charging a Lithium-Ion battery from 0% to 30% better or worse for the battery health than fast charging at 30% to 70%?

According to this answer, fast charging is only recommended for the battery from 30% to 70% instead of 0% to 70%, while I thought that the emptier the battery is, the higher of a C rate it can handle. ...
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Batteries have a constant charging speed from 0%→70% instead of being any faster at 0%?

A mobile phone I tested keeps charging at the same constant speed from 0% to 70%, which is 10 watts. It uses MediaTek PumpExpress (input power: 12V 0.83A, despite the wall charger is capable of 12V 1....