25hz low pass filter1650 (10/5/2012 7:21:42 PM) I have got a new task I'm in a little doubt if and how it can be done..
It is a mechanical setup with weighing scale that has a vibrator attached.
I'm not able to change mechanical the construction.
The ... Pivskid
what is difference between pathloss and channel gain?1133 (10/10/2012 11:16:16 AM) hello,
what is the difference between channel gain and path loss?
is both are same?
If I've calculated the path loss between two nodes as Pr =
Pt*Gt*Gr*(lambda/(4*pi*d)^2, what is the channel gain H^2 in ... shaishavgandhi
Purpose of Detrending signal before FFT?1651 (10/1/2012 11:59:54 PM) Hi all,
In code of an algorithm I see that the author often detrends signal before FFT. I search for it in the Internet and the objective of the function is "detrend removes the mean value or linear trend fr... mbalover9(23)
Low Pass Filter: f = 1/ 2Pi RC Why 2Pi ?4057 (10/6/2012 2:26:16 PM) 1000 ohm resistor and 0.01 uF capacitor = Standard 2 element Low Pass
RC time constant = 10us
Low pass fc = 1/2PiRC = 15915.494 Hz = -3db corner frequency = Vout/Vin =
I'm trying ... ADI8421
time domain539 (10/8/2012 5:49:45 PM) Sirs,
Many times on this forum, we have discussed about how time domain and
frequency domain are mainly just representations
In case of frequency modulation, why is it necessary to convert this into
Hamming code generator matrix165 (10/3/2012 3:03:06 AM) Hi all,
Do you know how can I generate a parity check matrix for Hamming code
of parameter "m"? Basically, I want to do what "hammgen" of MATLAB
does but in a simpler way.
Pole zero plot from impulse response336 (10/7/2012 6:18:54 PM) Please forgive me if this is a dumb question - how can I easily view poles
& zeroes of a filter from its impulse response. I'm trying to analyse some
filter, but all I can get easily is it's impulse response.... jungledmnc
need help in solving this problem847 (10/4/2012 4:42:54 PM) please i really need help in solving this problem:
A random process is defined by x(t) =3D A cos(2*pi*f0*t+=CE=A6), 0=E2=89=A6=
t=E2=89=A7T, where A and f0 are constants and =CE=A6 is uniformly distribut=