Monthly Archives: August 2016

[D]first order system and second order system

I recommend to read the following references. http://lpsa.swarthmore.edu/Transient/TransInputs/TransStep.html file:///C:/Users/alphacore/Downloads/laboratory_05.pdf http://www.analog.com/library/analogDialogue/archives/43-09/EDCh%208%20filter.pdf http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/filter/filter_4.html Advertisements

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[D] cadence tips: component display

In DC analysis, if you want to show different parameters of MOSFETs, the component display should be reset. And make sure you have the permit to edit that cell. Here is a youtube video talked about the settings.

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Basic about electromagnetic spectrum

This following photo was posted in wikipedia.  

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Technique & Useful Web

Media&Entertainment technologies SparkFun The Designer’s Guide Community edaboard.com Image Sensors World Ali Hajimiri for IC design All About Circuits Electronics Tutorials Skywired.net   PS: image upload&share website   specific circuit topic web material: pipelined adc web tutorial    

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[D] package and assembly info

If you are looking for a company to package and assembly the chip, you can check the following website and contact these companies. Some companies provide package components but some don’t, so you have to buy yourself and deliver components … Continue reading

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[D]relation between frame rate and sampling frequency

The sampling frequency is the number of cycles of the measured clock in one second with a unit Herz(Hz). fs=1/T=1/(one period of the measured clock) In the imaging sensor chip, frame rate is the rate at which an imaging device … Continue reading

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[D] packaging info from ADI

Designing PCB should be taken careful preparation and planning. Package size, pitch and spacing are critical to ensure that your board design is accurate and will function correctly. I recommend to search and find materials from Packaging, Quality, Symbols& Footprints … Continue reading

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