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PCB Design Guidelines to Minimize RF Transmissions

There are certain design guidelines for PCBs that don’t make a lot of sense, and practices that seem excessive and unnecessary. Often these are motivated by the black magic that is RF transmission. 1,444 more words

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Evolution of remote controlled wall plugs

In our house we are controlling all of our lights (And some other stuff) using remote controllable wall plugs that are switched using radio frequency. We have them hooked up to a home automation system that manages when they should switch On or Off. 115 more words

English

THE RETURN TRIP - Episode 45

THE RETURN TRIP – Episode 45

…“We are tracing the signal, we believe it originated somewhere in the Middle East.”…

“The future of the great… 372 more words

Family Saga

Colpitts Adventure

When I was young…

I used to dread this little oscillator. I think part of the issue was any time I tried to build this thing, I didn’t have access to an oscilloscope, so I’d usually be trying to check if it was oscillating by placing a tiny ear-phone on the output — inevitably I’d be rewarded with a DC current flowing through my ear-piece indicating that the circuit was oscillating as well as a 2 week old rat corpse. 994 more words

Electronics

What is a FID (Free Induction Decay)?

In magnetic resonance, free induction decay (or FID) is the temporal profile of induction of sample placed in the magnetic field in the absence of external radio-frequency (in NMR or microwave frequency in EPR) irradiation after some irradiation has been applied and then interrupted. 449 more words

NMR Application