PCB simulation and layout

Started by ombz 2 years ago13 replieslatest reply 2 years ago281 views
Dear all, This is probably an always re-occurring topic within electronics forums and one that probably leads to plenty of subjective inputs and hence: discussion....

Filter-Amplifier circuit for Low Voltage I/P circuitry.

Started by mBD_char 2 years ago4 replieslatest reply 2 years ago22 views
Hello,I'm designing my first ever circuit for a hobby project. I've a sensor that outputs in mV and a controller with ADC. The ADC is 16 bits, VDDA = 3.0 V, Temp...

GSM-GPS Combined module.

Started by codestar9901 2 years ago5 replieslatest reply 2 years ago408 views
Hello,I am currently searching for integrated circuit modules that provide a combined GPS-GSM(3g/4g) functionality. I have so far found modules from simcom.ee...

Welcome to the New Forum Interface!

Started by stephaneb 3 years ago15 replieslatest reply 2 years ago512 views
After months of hard word, I am very excited to introduce to you the new forum interface.  It will be the foundation of the related sites for the next several...

New Video: Implementing the PID Controller in Software

Started by Tim Wescott 2 years ago195 views
#ControlTheory

Business-size reference cards

Started by EdNutter 2 years ago32 views
I put together a small electronics component kit that I could carry around with me.  Rather than carry books around, I started making up business-size cards to...

Building the pendulum demonstrator

Started by Tim Wescott 2 years ago34 views
I show how I built the demonstrator for my systems & stability video.  It's an electromechanical pendulum, and it's kewl -- or it was, until I broke it making...

Do animated gifs work

Started by Tim Wescott 2 years ago5 replieslatest reply 2 years ago36 views
This is a self-answering post: if the picture below is moving, the answer is "yes, animated gifs do work".  The only remaining question is for Stephane, about whether...

PID without a PhD

Started by stephaneb 2 years ago2 replieslatest reply 2 years ago371 views
@Tim Wescott just ported to his blog his famous 'PID without a PhD' article.If you are on Reddit and believe his article is worthy of an upvote, please feel free...
I have a need to connect nondestructively to an unpopulated header pin on a PCB. PCB thickness is typically 1/16" thick (1.59mm) but could be in the 3/64" - 1/10"...

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