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MAX1703 Single-Cell Boost Converter Circuit

When you design a circuit with only a single-cell battery, you will need boost-converter to provide enough voltage for most ...

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55MHz Scope Sensitivity Amplifier

Scope sensitivity amplifier is a vital front-end signal processing for every scope instruments. The function of this circuitry is simple: ...

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Two-Band Bxandall Active Tone Control

Using active circuit for tone control means that we can provide cut and boost, maintaining overall amplifying factor of original ...

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Pulse Width (PWM) Controller Circuit

A LM3900 quad operational amplifier can be used to build a pulse width (PWM) controller. The LM3900 was chosen because ...

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Small TV Modulator Using A Motorola MC1374

How can television modulator be small and simple like this? First, it uses integrated circuit, and the second, any TV ...

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F/V Converter in CLosed Loop Motor Speed Control System

Closed loop or servo system has the ability to stabilize the controlled plant at a specified operating condition. The plant, the controlled sub-system, can be any form of controllable system. In motor control system, the plant is off course a … Continue reading

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RS232 Line To 5 V Level Converter

RS 232 line to 5 V converter circuit schematic diagram is shown on the following figure. The MAX680 is normally used as a charge pump voltage converter. This converter can convert +5 V to ±10V. The MAX 680 works in … Continue reading

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Basic Thyristor Switch

The silicon controlled rectifier (S.C.R.) is called as the thyristor. It is like a diode, when the cathode is negative with respect to the anode, the current flowing from cathode to anode. But, the difference of thyristor and diode is … Continue reading

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Temperature Alarm with Op-Amp Comparator

The circuit below is configured as a comparator. A fixed reference voltage at the non inverting input is provided by R1 and R2. The inverting input voltage is set by the other two resistor. The output goes to minus 12 … Continue reading

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