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How do modulations depend on transmission media? [closed]

or how is transmission media affected by modulation? Is there any relationship?
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Photodiode speed limitation

I have a system which demands optical data transmission since rotating parts are present. A mixed mechanical-electrical engineering project has led us to use photodiodes to receive data from one ...
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Two similar voltage sources equidistant from a load in opposite direction

I have two 52 VDC voltage sources, each an equidistant of 200 m from my load. For this purpose, take it as one voltage source is coming from the east and the other from the west. Along the 200 m path ...
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How do transmission lines carry both high voltage and low current

I've read several other previous posts about this, and none of them seem to address the exact conceptual doubt I'm having, so I'll take a shot at posting this... Question: How can we have high voltage ...
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What is the mechanism for charge distribution in an infinitely long conducting wire?

If we supply along conducting wire conductor an AC supply, is the charge distribution inside the wire similar to the image given below? Also, do electrons push each other to generate this charge ...
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Is there a way to sense the characteristic impedance of a transmission line?

Is there a way to sense the characteristic impedance of a transmission line? If a transmission line between a driver and a receiver is 50ohm, is it possible to design a circuit at the receiver end to ...
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Quarter wave transformer

I appreciate help on a confusion regarding a quarter wave transformer. When reflections at the feed-line on a transmission line are eliminated, how is all the power absorbed by the load when there are ...
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Are SX1276 DIOx pins necessary?

This is about a SX1276 Semtech chip dev custom board: For this project, is there anything missed when not connecting any of the DIOx pins to my microcontroller? I meant, in my project I have no pins ...
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Deriving power formulas for transmission lines

I'm trying to derive formulas for active power (\$P_s\$) and reactive power (\$Q_s\$) at the sending end of a transmission line shown below: Where: \$E_s\$ and \$E_r\$ are voltage magnitudes \$X\$ is ...
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Single wire (no ground wire) long distance low frequency communication

In a cave we are currently exploring, there is a temporary siphon that sometimes blocks our way. I was thinking about monitoring it (pressure sensor or other level sensor at the siphon, transmitter ...
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Why are coaxial cables typically faster/longer than twisted pairs?

I'm having trouble understand why coaxial cables tend to have higher bandwidth compared to twisted pairs. I couldn't find any source explaining why, they just mention the fact. For instance: "In ...
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How to find the output power of antenna including distance?

I have a PCB and antenna (1) attached to it at the output. Now I would like to measure the output power of the antenna (1) using antenna (2) which is at a distance of D. I have the readings of the ...
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Impedance matching at the generator side or the load side?

For impedance matching, are we matching in between the generator impedance Zs and Zin, or matching between the Z0 and ZL? or both? Similarly do we add the matching network in between Zs and Z0, or Z0 ...
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Impedance calculation issue

I am a strange calculation of Zin, Zline and ZL. As tan(pi/2) is 0, why can't we just cancel the j part, and yield Zin = ZL but as it demonstrated, using tan(pi/2) to divide, which should not be ...
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The speed of light is 3*10^8 m/s and data transmission rate of optical fiber is ~100 Tb/s, how do we calculate data transmission rate?

How do we calculate data transmission rate? Is there some formulas that is involved? Fiber optic cables beat copper in this department, and it isn’t even close. Fiber optic cables are made of tiny ...
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Why is digital transmission more efficient than analog transmission?

it is possible to send more data through a given circuit using digital rather than analog transmission Slide says the above thing but I am not really able to grasp this. How can we send more data in ...
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In radio transmission, aren't all forms of modulation ultimately FM?

This is a very basic question, but I am confused by this. All forms of radio transmission result in sidebands or a frequency range (channel) that is used to carry the data. Even AM somehow results in ...
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Simplest way to transmit digital data?

I have an interesting problem that's been wrecking my brain and would like some help with it. Basically what I have is a voltage readout box that has a few voltage displays on it. I would like to ...
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Maximum Achievable distance, given the maximum delay, in optical fiber (single mode) and ethernet?

I have the following problem to solve. I have to find the maximum achievable distance between two nodes of a network, given the maximum delay possible between them. The connection can be single mode ...
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Why my television provider doesn't measure the coaxial cable length?

I recently put cable TV in my room (we already had cable TV before, but not in my room). The technician from my TV provider, through a split, ran a coaxial cable up to the TV in my room. When he did ...
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Insulation and losses In transmission line

Why do we consider only P=V.I In AC transmission while designing the insulation of transmission line not the equation P=V^2/Z and consider this equation in determine the insulation in DC transmission ...
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SPI clock behavior question

Question What is causing intermittent switching on the SPI lines of my Xilinx SoC? Background I am attempting to control a Texas Instruments LMX2572 frequency synthesizer over SPI using the code ...
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Custom board causing strange oscillations on SPI lines

Question What could be causing the following corruption on my SPI lines? Background I have designed a daughter board which is connected to a Bajie Development board (first listing on this page). The ...
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How to terminate Shield of USB connector to System Ground via Resistor || Capacitor or Ferrite Bead?

I want to know the best approach to connect USB connector's (receptor) Shield to System Ground? Below are the two options. PC(Earthed)<----- USB Cable ----> USB Connector female(PCB with NO ...
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Is an (n+1/4) wavelength transmission line impedance transformer comparable to a 1/4 wavelength line of the same composition?

I use coaxial transmission line transformers for simple power splitting and combining networks. This is for connecting multiple resonant antennas in array configurations. It's a standard technique ...
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What makes RF transmission so efficient?

I'm a layman in this field. I have a question about RF transmission. How does the data transferred by RF waves (for example in mobiles, wifi) reach the users accurately in spite of losses during ...
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Sanity check: would this configuration work to address an item in a grid?

This is a follow-on to this question. The circuit that I have in mind is represented below. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab The idea is that I want to be able to ...
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In discrete memoryless channels what is meant by output probabilities?

In my book it is mentioned that P[Y]= P(X)* P(Y/X) Where P[Y] is the output probability matrix, P(X)=input probability matrix, P(Y/X)= channel matrix. I understand the physical significance of input ...
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Can someone explain me these waveforms?

During this experiment, I connected a 10m coaxial cable to pulse generator and at the load end I connected capacitor and inductor one by one, I got these waveforms. Can someone explain me the the ...
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creating symbol for Transmission gate switch in ltspice

I need to create a symbol of transmission gate to use but when putting its symbol I get a message "unknown subcircuit called in xx1_nc01_nc02_nc03_nc04 how may I fix it?
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Transmission distance with AM2320 temperature and humidity sensor

I'm about to work with a temperature/Humidity sensor, this sensor has to be wired more than 5m and less than 10 m to my PCB board, I was going to use the SHT3xx sensors, these sensors work with I2C ...
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What does it mean to short circuit a transmission line stub at a specific frequency?

I'm currently designing a microwave FET mixer right now, and I have to short-circuit the FET's drain at LO frequency and its harmonics. I've checked the "stub" article in wiki, and it says ...
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How can I simulate microwave radio link transmission?

My task is to simulate a two-way data transmission microwave link. The fixed parameters are distance, transmitter power, carrier frequencies, bandwidth, receiver noise figure, intermediate frequency, ...
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Transmitting digital signal long distances, without complex parts

I'm controlling several multiplexers from NI DO modules. The multiplexers channel select inputs, A0-A4, are 5v. The DO modules output 5v TTL. On the bench I have everything working exactly the way ...
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Voltage regulation at full load

The voltage regulation is I(Rcosa -Xsina)/Vr For leading pf Here %of regulation=(VRcosa-Vxsina)/Vr ×100 %=((4×0.8)-(6×0.6))/100 ×100% =-0.4 Where I am doing wrong?
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Data transmission through multiple IoT devices

We are implementing a device which will have multiple sensors inside multiple houses in our local area. Each house will have 1 device fixed at a place and data will be transmitted to one central ...
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for calculating the number of insulator disks needed for creepage is line to line voltage or phase voltage used?

For example, I am calculating the number of disks required for a 330kV line. Assuming medium pollution (20mm/kV) and each disk having 405mm would my number of disks be 17 (based off line voltage) or ...
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WIFI over wires [closed]

So, guys I have made wifi gun a but it seems not working as there are a lot of trees between my friend's wifi and my home ( 1km distance ), So is there a method to convert wifi to wire and transmit ...
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How to calculate how much voice channels is being multiplexed

I would like to know how I could calculate from the bitstream which has a bitrate of 2,048 Mbps into how much voice channels is being used. I know that the syn has 32 bits and sign is 16 bits. Bitrate ...
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How to choose an appropiate antenna?

I want to increase the Bluetooth Low Energy transmission range of my ESP32 with IPEX connector. How can I select the right antenna? Do I have to take a look only at a 2,4 GHz WiFi antenna, the antenna ...
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how bits are still synchronized in asynchronous transmission?

I was reading a textbook which syas: In asynchronous transmission, we send 1 start bit (0) at the beginning and 1 or more stop bits (1s) at the end of each byte. There may be a gap between bytes....
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What is a good method for wireless transmission of images in a ~2km radius?

I am working on a project requiring regular image transmission over a 2km range. This needs to be done in an area with no cellular coverage. Energy efficiency is a factor, however it does not need ...
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Can anyone explain HVDC transmission to me?

HVDC transmission system sounds strange to me because I wonder why we would need it? We have HVAC transmission system which is much more efficient and less power losses. When we use the DC for same ...
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HC-05 Bluetooth RF transmit power [duplicate]

The datasheet of the HC-05 Bluetooth module says the RF transmit power is up to +4 dBm RF, but I think that is for boundary value conditions. I am planning to use the it at a data rate of 100 kbps ...
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How far can the signals travel?

I want to build a centralized system which will be getting values from many sensors around an agricultural field. The field's large area leads to long wires going from sensors to the central ...
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Current Amplitude Distribution Lossless Transmission Line

I need to proof that the formula for Current Amplitude Distribution in a Lossless Transmission Line it's the following and I don't know where to start from... A little help would be appreciated. ...
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Conductivity and high speed transmission using aluminium slip rings

So I came across a Persistence of Vision globe based video where a YouTuber he makes DIY slip rings to power and control some LEDs as seen in this picture: My question is, given the high rate of ...
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What is the effect of the reflection coefficient?

I know that the reflection coefficient is the ratio of the backwards wave with the forward wave in terms of the characteristic and load impedances. But what does this mean? Does this represent a loss ...
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What would cause a square wave to become rounded?

I have a square wave going through a thousand feet of cable. The cable has \$120 \,\Omega\$ characteristic impedance. I measured the capacitance and inductance of the cable and they are pretty close ...
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Pspice modeling of transmission line

I'm trying to model a differential digital signal going through 4000 feet of twisted shielded pair. The nominal impedance is 120 ohms and capacitance per foot is 14.6 pF. For 1000 feet I calculated ...