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Re: a question of power
Thanks! Really interesting to me. Ed
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Re:drawing schematics
Some people are like deer, when they see a multi page schematic. Oh, that bridge circuit tho.... Cheers
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Re: The end of HDMI?
Display Port might be a better alternative in the long run, it is royalty free. But it can't do everything HDMI can do.
 
Re: Serial port rates
can buy that for a few bucks yeah. sometimes oddball rates are useful. eg: DMX is 250K MIDI is 31K25 also you can do WS2812B 3 bits per byte at 250K 7N1 I came across something that was 1M, but I...
 
Re: How first cells could have formed on earth
I cite: "Next, [...] they added additional checmicals to create new mixtures." How did science journalism fall so abysmally low? Jeroen Belleman
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Re: new inductors
On Thu, 29 Feb 2024 07:49:32 -0800, John Larkin wrote: How is it possible to wind that?
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but spelling is not
Precision timing is critical to all connected embedded systems, from the board level to the network to the cloud, as all those involved must be synchronized.
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Fun with spherical cows
So I have this gig coming in to build charge amps for a French ion accelerator lab. The specs are for 1 kHz - 60 MHz, ideally less than 0.3 nV/sqrt(Hz) noise, when hung off a detector using 250-mm...
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Re: Fastener choices
If I had a vote, I say make it easy to take apart as something will go wrong - sooner or later. Unless this is meant to be tossed when it dies! John :-#)#
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clamp diodes
Assume we have a 1-ohm 2512 current shunt resistor that we don't want to fry. My thought is to put a pair of big diodes across it to limit the current. The associated ADC will be maybe +-250 mV full...
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Re: Boot from RAM feature
This is not a new idea. the only way to get an 80286 out of protected mode was a hard reset. usuing a virtual machine is probably easier.
 
Re: Compound vital for all life likely played a role in life's origin
This is the creationist "watchmaker" argument, and Richard Dawkins demolished that argument in his book Larkin provides his own counter-examples - he doesn't appreciate how electronic design works but...
 
OT : Relativity Q
I'm in a spaceship travelling at 0.866c away from Earth. AIUI, that's a time dilation of 2, and my speedometer, which of course uses my on-board clock and a set of mile markers laid down by a previous...
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'Logic'
Why is it sometimes digital alarms sometimes don't go off? Every once in a while, you find that when they reach the appointed hour, they simply remain silent. The old-style 'bell & ringer' mechanical...
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Re: Disk drive "seals"
It is an anti-tamper measure so that the manufacturer can tell if the disk has been opened up to atmosphere outside of a clean room without having to bother with a visual examination. Breaking the...
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