Gate Turn-Off Thyristor, GTO

Description and information about the Gate Turn-Off Thyristor, its operation, applications, structure and circuit design considerations.

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Parabolic Antenna Gain

Overview or tutorial about parabolic reflector gain, the parabolic antenna gain equation or formula, and the practical factors affecting the gain of the parabolic dish gain antenna.

3G UMTS WCDMA Tutorial

Gain a comprehensive understanding of 3G UMTS using wideband CDMA, WCDMA: key facts, overview, specifications, performance and technologies all explained.

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Bluetooth Radio Interface, Modulation & Channels

An overview of the Bluetooth radio interface or air interface, the forms of modulation used, Bluetooth power levels and Bluetooth channels.

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Two Diode Full Wave Rectifier Circuit

Notes and details about the two diode format for a full wave rectifier circuit, detailing its circuit, circuit details, advantages and disadvantages.

Capacitor Dielectric Constant and Permittivity

Description of capacitor permittivity and dielectric constant with equations and a table of values for common materials and substances.

06 August 2018 | Mark Patrick | Mouser Electronics

Clarifying Machine Vision with High Quality Sensors

Automated imaging technology is everywhere we look. As cameras and their processing units get ever smaller, they are moving into ever more industries - from speed cameras and factory production lines to diagnostic medicine. For many of these applications, image quality is critical - but what does image quality really mean? Different applications will require quite distinct performance characteristics. Understanding camera specifications, differences between CCD and CMOS sensors, and features such as real-time processing or near-infrared (NIR) can help guide the camera selection process to produce better imaging results.

Clarifying Machine Vision with High Quality Sensors
 

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