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Anthony Phan
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30 votes
5 answers
46k views

Lowest voltage drop diode possible

8 votes
2 answers
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How to make epoxy blob

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2 answers
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Smoothing a High Current PWM

5 votes
2 answers
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Waterproofing USB port

4 votes
4 answers
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Food safe electrical cabling

4 votes
3 answers
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How to measure Clock frequency of PIC?

4 votes
2 answers
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Battery Level Indicator while charging

2 votes
1 answer
358 views

Inductor Q-factor for switch mode

2 votes
2 answers
355 views

Battery Life calculation

2 votes
1 answer
255 views

switching between solar input and 5V supply

2 votes
3 answers
3k views

Boost converter for high side Mosfet

2 votes
1 answer
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PCB Current Shunt Design

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2 answers
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Current limit using MOSFET

1 vote
0 answers
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XBee TX line Drop

1 vote
2 answers
583 views

Best sensor for measuring a dynamic force

1 vote
2 answers
568 views

Can an RF module be used for ZigBee?

1 vote
3 answers
2k views

Driving LED with PIC 5V

0 votes
2 answers
1k views

MOSFET driving MOSFET for reduced reduced Rds [duplicate]

0 votes
1 answer
2k views

Driving MOSFET gate using PIC

0 votes
1 answer
84 views

Low voltage PWM to logic level PWM

0 votes
1 answer
562 views

ZigBee Device types

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2 answers
165 views

Measuring Switch State using PIC

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2 answers
946 views

MLX90616 Infra Red Temperature Sensor problem

0 votes
1 answer
102 views

Is RAM always readable

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1 answer
671 views

MOSFET H-Bridge Shunt Resistor position

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2 answers
640 views

Consequence of uncomplimentary MOSFETs in Hbridge

0 votes
1 answer
811 views

Driving MOSFET with load on source

0 votes
1 answer
2k views

H-Bridge driver circuit design

0 votes
2 answers
930 views

Copper strain gauge

0 votes
2 answers
797 views

Non-Inverting Op-Amp noise on the output when touched