Better watch out, better not cry, better not pout ....

Started by RichD in sci.electronics.design6 days ago

.... I'm telling you why... Donald Knuth is coming to town! His annual Xmas Tree lecture. Yessir, the biggest event on the digital...

.... I'm telling you why... Donald Knuth is coming to town! His annual Xmas Tree lecture. Yessir, the biggest event on the digital calendar, Dec. 4, 6:30 PM, PST. a/k/a today Not to be missed by any nerd, geek, or those who aspire to such felicity. 'tree' is literal, as Knuth is the Duke of Graph Theory. Hand him any problem, he'll convert to a graph model, and go from there. There...


USB cables - which is best for noise rejection?

Started by John Robertson in sci.electronics.design7 days ago 30 replies

The designers of a particular pinball game decided to go with USB A to Mini-B cabling to connect the computer (off the shelf Chinese...

The designers of a particular pinball game decided to go with USB A to Mini-B cabling to connect the computer (off the shelf Chinese motherboard) to the four IO boards. We'd been having trouble with noise rejection - the game would randomly lock up or sections would freeze - and ended up with some USB cables from Digikey made by Molex, LLC, numbers 0887328802, 0887328502, and 08873287...


Read more about How explosion proof CCTV camera helps in increasing safety at your warehouse

Started by Ada Khan in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 1 reply

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Source: https://bit.ly/2B42V4J For More Details Call Us Now +971-44541054 OR Mail Us sales@studio52.tv


SEC Consult SA-20181130-0 :: Multiple Vulnerabilities in Siglent Technologies SDS 1202X-E Digital Oscilloscope

Started by Jim Whitby in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 7 replies

Just got a news flash on this: https://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2018/Nov/68 Apperantly it uses Telnet for the network connections, Easy...

Just got a news flash on this: https://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2018/Nov/68 Apperantly it uses Telnet for the network connections, Easy root access to anyone.


GM Is Dropping the Volt

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 105 replies

I am not at all happy to say the Volt production will be ending as part of GM's cut backs. GM is laying off thousands of workers, closing...

I am not at all happy to say the Volt production will be ending as part of GM's cut backs. GM is laying off thousands of workers, closing three plants, and ending production of the Chevy Volt https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/26/18112536/gm-layoffs-factory-closing-ending-production-chevy -volt From what has been posted here the Volt was an excellent hybrid auto with a lot going for it. I'


Gilbert cell question

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 11 replies

Apparently, when used in the continuous mode, (as opposed to the switched mode) the local oscillator input to a needs to be distorted with a...

Apparently, when used in the continuous mode, (as opposed to the switched mode) the local oscillator input to a needs to be distorted with a diode circuit. What is exactly this diode circuit -- a single diode or something more complex. Thanks in advance.


Power cable label fell into power box

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 1 reply

There was one more incident, probably has nothing to do with, but can't completely rule it out. There was this very old linksys router, kinda...

There was one more incident, probably has nothing to do with, but can't completely rule it out. There was this very old linksys router, kinda cool device but it stops working with bitorrent and many tcp/ip connections. Anyway you know how many power cables have these labels stuck on them ? Some kind of paper glued to it, with some kind of text on it ?! Well guess what: This cable wa...


"HDMI with ethernet" feedback into DVI blowing up monitor ?

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 3 replies

Hello, Here is a short question for you: Is it possible for an asus GT 520 graphics card to cause a "over-voltage" feedback from "HDMI with...

Hello, Here is a short question for you: Is it possible for an asus GT 520 graphics card to cause a "over-voltage" feedback from "HDMI with ethernet cable" to "DVI cable" to monitor Setup was as follows: PC with GT 520 a/v receiver PC with GT 520 Monitor So is it possible the receiver send back a audio/video signal to the GT 520, which then ab


OT: The answer to How reindeer fly

Started by Jim Whitby in sci.electronics.design1 week ago 16 replies

Hadd this for a couple years. Changed some colors and font. Posted it. It is a png. Download if you want or just print and and...

Hadd this for a couple years. Changed some colors and font. Posted it. It is a png. Download if you want or just print and and copy. http://pics.jameswhitby.org


Monitor dies after HDMI to Receiver + DVI experiment, what is HDMI+ethernet cable ???

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 week ago

Hello, I have to report this incident. I have been experimenting with Denon 1909 A/V receiver for audio to 7 speakers. This receiver has...

Hello, I have to report this incident. I have been experimenting with Denon 1909 A/V receiver for audio to 7 speakers. This receiver has a HDMI input. So I was curious if sound quality would improve. First I connected toshiba laptop to receiver via HDMI. The HDMI cable was bought new, it has "ethernet" too which I don't know what that means. Later the PC was connected to the rece...


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